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Saturday, 13 October 2007

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Sara, Ms. Adventures in Italy

You're in my 'hood! :) Looks like you had spectacular weather, too. You're more adventurous than me - I like Oyster shooters with alcohol and Tabasco but not a big fan of them on their own. :)

amanda

man i am so jealous of the oyster tasting you guys got to do! 7 different species all at once. mmm mmm... you know, anchor steam has a distinctly different flavor on tap vs. in the bottle. i don't know what's different, but it is sooooo different.

Boots in the Oven

Sara, the weather was pretty variable, but definitely more enjoyable than the heat we've been having in Texas! And hey, oyster shooters are fun too.

Amanda, we were so excited to try all of the oysters! And I'm normally not a big anchor steam fan, but it was totally delicious out of the tap.

Brady

wow! great post.

Boots in the Oven

Thanks!

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