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Monday, August 15, 2011

CNN: Bring the beach to the table

This may sound very enticing, relaxing and exciting, but it may turn out to be your worst nightmare. First of all, you have to be careful which beach you pick; you don't want to serve too much oily stuff to your family and friends.

Secondly, you can't just bury your head in the sand and ignore the fact that we are talking about tons and tons of that material. You need to ensure you have the space and the place to dish it up. It may well be that you have to draw a line in the sand.

Don't be surprised if you have more dinner guests then you intentionally had anticipated; you may find some unwanted and uncooked seafood crawling along the table, sampling the results of your cooking abilities.

Last, but not least, I don't think you and your guests would be so delighted with all those grains of sand seasoning the food. Your meal may even end before it started and you shouldn't expect to have guests for dinner ever again.

They left gnashing their teeth!



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