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I'm calling shenanigans on the asparagus- that looks too damn consistent from one meal to the next to be real.

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@Sequitur, where did you get the nifty ribbed white plates? know the mfg.? pattern name?

Portabellas w/ my secret Crab stuffing cooked en-route and something I make onboard to wash it down with
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I think we have that same pattern on our dinnerware.

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2 fridges and a freezer, a stove and an oven? I would hope you could make a decent meal. I have a cooler and a one burner camp stove. Suits my needs.
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Michael... great post but really.... now you're just bragging!
Yes, but similar all your splendid cruising photos, if we don't share it, who would know? We really miss the splendour of the BC Coast, so we have to compensate somehow
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@Sequitur, where did you get the nifty ribbed white plates? know the mfg.? pattern name?
We got them at Stokes, a Canadian tableware chain, with over 100 stores across Canada. They are Stokes brand, and the pattern is called Waves, I think.
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Nice-looking crab-stuffed mushrooms! I do see, however why you were asking about the china.
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We got them at Stokes, a Canadian tableware chain, with over 100 stores across Canada. They are Stokes brand, and the pattern is called Waves, I think.


Thanks, I've been looking for a really nice dish set for the china closet that I made. (it's behind the fold up table)


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Nice-looking crab-stuffed mushrooms! I do see, however why you were asking about the china.
HEY! the Dixie's are just casual! lol
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I was impressed with all those great looking dishes of food (I'd like to crew on that boat), but the wise cracking that I knew was coming got me laughing to no end..LOL Fine dinning and funny company...What more can you ask for?
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@MacGyverRI do you ship you merlot (no pun intended. . .well, maybe a little, but I'd still drink it if you mailed it)
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