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  1. Interestingly, in the first episode, one contestant did actually cook with preserved seal flipper. Apparently this is an actual delicacy from the Maritines. There are actually some very talented chefs on the show, one being Dale Mackay, who was the executive chef for Daniel Boloud's Lumiere. Definitely only available on Bravo Canada though. I was joking (obviously) but I know it’s popular and a staple up north. Bourdain did an episode where he sat on a kitchen floor with an eskimo family while they gutted and consumed a large portion raw over a tarp. A wonderful and somewhat disturbing scene. Nothing was wasted of course. You know, if the chef was from Tuktoyaktuk or some little eskimo village way up north, it wouldn't be surprising. He's from St. John's, Newfoundland. Definitely not a small town up north and more known for it's love of all things cod. Seal flipper pie is a traditional Newfoundland specialty. Apparently it's an acquired taste.
  2. "Other than that, how did you like the play, Mrs. Lincoln?"
  3. Who in hell is Josh Duhamel when he's at home.
  4. Hell, we get by with one of these Same price as your original, same function as the fancy-ass one. h One could easily get by with a cast iron pan & a
  5. It's a belt sander, a teeny-weeny belt sander. I've used my Delta Shopmaster 1" machine with pretty good results and you can get all sorts of 3M microabrasive belts to fit.
  6. Makes my all time horrible "Desert island, then nuke it) top ten list along with the coprophagic "honey" by Bobby Goldsboro. Ugh!
  7. Sounds like a great idea, except... we don't live in Toronto either. We're spongeing off my bro.
  8. One must realize that the stats are mainly designed to assuage the latent prohibitionist that lurks in the American psyche.
  9. Speaking as a Taff (25% Welsh anyway) I'd advise you to tread Caerphilly. ;^) Any way, I need a reliable source for really, really good Venezuelan Beaver Cheese. I hope to god that's not like dick cheese. But if it is, I had a very beautiful acquaintance from Venezuela that I could introduce you to. . . .
  10. Speaking as a Taff (25% Welsh anyway) I'd advise you to tread Caerphilly. ;^) Any way, I need a reliable source for really, really good Venezuelan Beaver Cheese.
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