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Old 15-11-2011, 00:52   #16
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Come to Nevis for the Goat Water. It's kinda like a Caribbean gumbo.

INGREDIENTS:
  • 10 lb Goat Meat (Mutton)
  • 2 lb (1kg) green pawpaw (diced)
  • 2 lb (1kg) breadfruit
  • 1 lb (500g) flour
  • 1 lb (500g) onions
  • 1/2 pt. (125 ml) cooking oil
  • gravy browning
  • bouquet garni
  • 1 lb (500g) cooking tomatoes
  • 6 tbsp (30ml) tomato ketchup
  • 2 oz (50g) margarine
  • Salt & black pepper to taste
  • 3 maggi cubes
They don't serve it in the Four Seasons Resort here. You have to go to the local spots or the take out truck by the ferry dock.
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Old 15-11-2011, 01:00   #17
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That's a cauliflower lol.
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Greetings and welcome aboard the CF, Capt Bob and Connie.
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Old 15-11-2011, 12:39   #19
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How do you do it keeping up with a girlfriend, fiancee and wife at the same time.

best Pizza I have had was in Port Douglas, north Qld.
Now, I could say that they were one & the same, but where's the fun in that? On a related note, yesterday I noticed a sign, here in Ensenada, that says the store sells viagra for 20 pesos a pill!
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+2 for Alfonso's. They have great food. Even a simple casadilla on corn tortilla is a work of art there.

Best fish dish EVER. There is this restaurant in La Paz (really just a big tent with sand floors) that serves a Pescado relleno con camarones (fish stuffed with shrimp) baked in aluminum foil. They mix a light sauce with the shrimp & top it with what looks like a cheese slice. It is amazing!
Ooh, thanks for the heads-up, we'll have to search for that restaurant when we get to La Paz!
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fish tacos 3 for 2 dollars in ensenada at the row of taquerias across fromthe fishmarket-- the one on the end of the row at the street--- they are good.
I remember you mentioning this before. Haven't looked for them, yet, but what's another inch or two on the waist-line? I could live on fish tacos! Thanks, again, for the clearing-in info., it made the process less stressful, by far.
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Don, how about New hampshire for some shoft shell crabs
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Re: Food Cruising

And then there's Penang (Malaysia) where "local" cuisines include Indian, Chinese, Thai, and Malay. Add to this "foreign foods" for yuppies and you have a gustatory paradise... if only there were a few Mexicans there it would be perfect.

And please, where in Port Douglas is the super Pizza? I sure missed it when we were there!

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Don, how about New hampshire for some shoft shell crabs
I'm only a transplant of 3.5 years years, but if those are a NH great food I've never noticed them on the menus. Lobster pots all over the place in the area so you can get a good deal on lobster (like $0.50 less than elsewhere).
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Re: Food Cruising

Jim,

was the Rattle & Hum on main St not far from water. Rattle N' Hum Bar and Grill

What I liked was light crust and not too much cheese.

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Heck I'm a michigander I only knew they came from some place over on the east side. I do know they have to molt there shell (loose it) to make them soft. That was just me trying to be funny, at least you would'nt have to go far
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The best pizza I've ever had was in the Brass Rail Pub, in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. My girlfriend/fiancee/wife & I ate there at least 2 times per week for 5 months & never grew tired of it.
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How do you do it keeping up with a girlfriend, fiancee and wife at the same time.

best Pizza I have had was in Port Douglas, north Qld..
The best pizza ever made was is the Yucatan, in Playa Del Carmen, a little palapa on the beach named "La Mascara," where they baked lobster pizza in an adobe oven. Basically a cheese pizza with an intact lobster tail sitting atop it.
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Re: Food Cruising

Bahamas
Great Exuma Island
Georgetown
Town Cafe (Assuming they're still open)
Saturday morning
Sheep's Tongue Souse
To die for!
And the best hangover cure I've ever found.
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