Saturday, January 07, 2006

garçon!

Our dinner tonight





The big red crustacean (that had been lurking in our freezer for at least a year and just had to go) was supposedly Canadian.





But how did they know for sure?

Do you think they checked his passport?

12 Comments:

At January 07, 2006 10:43 PM, Blogger Sal DeTraglia said...

Well...he appears to be wearing goalie gloves.

Sal "Had a mere chicken for dinner" DeTraglia

 
At January 07, 2006 11:32 PM, Blogger Dixie said...

Ooo. Lobster. I never get lobster because B would shriek and scream like a girl. He's all freaked out that lobster and crabs look like aliens.

He don't know nuttin' about good eatin'.

 
At January 08, 2006 1:01 AM, Blogger Sandra said...

They could probably tell by his accent. He said "aboot" instead of "about."

 
At January 08, 2006 1:11 AM, Blogger christina said...

Sal and Sandra - Wow, both able to spot a Canadian lobster at a thousand paces. :-) You guys are good!

Dixie - well they DO kind of look like aliens, but I bet they taste a lot better. At least this one was dead and frozen when we got it.

 
At January 08, 2006 1:47 AM, Blogger Betty said...

Personally, I couldn't eat Sponge Bob's pal no matter where he's from.

 
At January 08, 2006 2:59 AM, Blogger Cathy said...

Christina;
This is so funny. I watch the lobster fishermen from my window as I type. Maybe it was one that came off one of their boats!
We had lobster last week. Was yours good?

 
At January 08, 2006 10:21 AM, Blogger CanadianSwiss said...

Well, I can't quite make it out. There is a resemblance to the photo on the packaging. Furthermore, the text is in German with a Canadian flag. Does that make it an official document?

 
At January 08, 2006 5:28 PM, Blogger christina said...

Betty - I know how you looooove seafood. ;-) but SpongeBob hangs around with a starfish and a squid. I'd eat the squid, but maybe not the starfish.

Cathy - that IS funny. It probably was from one of the ships, too. It tasted really good, considering how long it had been in the deep freeze. I guess you guys get your fill of lobster over there. Once when we were in B.C. there was some kind of dispute among the Atlantic fishermen and lobster was dirt cheap so Mr. M went wild.

Canadian Swiss - you know, that MIGHT just be the new official expat lobster ID card! But the poor guy won't be needing it any longer. :-)

 
At January 08, 2006 5:57 PM, Blogger Ginnie said...

Your dinner "tonight!" Someone was lucky. If I eat lobster once a year in a restauraunt (I don't care where it's from) I feel lucky :)

How fun! Hope your boys liked the photo op as much as you. What a dish!

 
At January 08, 2006 8:10 PM, Blogger Haddock said...

I haven't eaten Lobster for a while. I used to eat it a lot in my Scuba Diving days. They are pretty tricky to pick up underwater due to those very dangerous claws.

The best way I found to cook them was to throw them on the barbie :)

 
At January 08, 2006 9:00 PM, Blogger christina said...

Haddock - Yes, I don't know that I'd like to wrangle with a live one with those giant claws of theirs. We bought that one from Aldi. :-)

 
At January 08, 2006 11:01 PM, Blogger christina said...

Ginnie - it is a fun dish. Boy9 won't touch either mussels or lobster but but he wanted to keep the claws as a souvenir. Boy12 is more adventurous and will try just about anything.

Tonight we had "use up all the old vegetables in the fridge" for dinner! :-)

 

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