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Old 08-10-2007, 10:46 PM   #99
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Speaking of food - I'd say since we're at the beach, we should make the potluck theme "seafood". Maybe a few snacks for the fish-intolerant..
Hmmm - crab cakes, shrimp cocktails, maybe some salmon steaks...or tuna. Why am I hungry all of a sudden?
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I like it. A cocktail party and a potluck all in one.
If you freeze the water, you can then add it to alcohol, which kills the organisms, leaving you free to ingest them without risk of being laid low from the effects of the organisms in question.
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Execellent idea Terry !

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Old 08-10-2007, 11:29 PM   #102
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If you freeze the water, you can then add it to alcohol, which kills the organisms, leaving you free to ingest them without risk of being laid low from the effects of the organisms in question.
Always thinking! Great suggestion.

Then we could put it in the blender and make Margaritas.

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Old 08-10-2007, 11:32 PM   #103
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Speaking of food - I'd say since we're at the beach, we should make the potluck theme "seafood". Maybe a few snacks for the fish-intolerant..
Hmmm - crab cakes, shrimp cocktails, maybe some salmon steaks...or tuna. Why am I hungry all of a sudden?
Seafood sounds good for a change.

And it goes nicely with the surf theme.

Anyone know where we could get a tiki themed moho bar???
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Old 08-10-2007, 11:36 PM   #104
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Seafood sounds good for a change.

And it goes nicely with the surf theme.

Anyone know where we could get a tiki themed moho bar???
Let's make one.
A little plywood, some 2x4's, a few sheets af reed, a sub zero reefer bar set, some stainless for sinks and worktops, a few blenders, and we're there. Or, we just raid the mothership...
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Let's make one.
A little plywood, some 2x4's, a few sheets af reed, a sub zero reefer bar set, some stainless for sinks and worktops, a few blenders, and we're there. Or, we just raid the mothership...
I will bring the hammer.

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Anyone know where we could get a tiki themed moho bar???
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Let's make one.
A little plywood, some 2x4's, a few sheets af reed, a sub zero reefer bar set, some stainless for sinks and worktops, a few blenders, and we're there. Or, we just raid the mothership...
mr uwe,

i see you have a knack for group activities...

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Always thinking! Great suggestion.

Then we could put it in the blender and make Margaritas.

Life is good...
So would they be notreallymargaritamargaritas?
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So would they be notreallymargaritamargaritas?
Depends on how much tequilla is added...
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So would they be notreallymargaritamargaritas?
overlander63,

Coming from a member on the notreallyacoastcoast, I am impressed on how quickly you have caught on to the notreallyarallyrally thought process.

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There are just so many notreallyreallyclever and notreallyreallysmart people on this forum...it's notreallyreallyamazing!
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