Cockles and mussels and karaoke

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A few pics of Framily members Pat and Jim Dick:

  • Jim & Tom in a marathon mussel eat-off.
  • Pat thinks it's hilarious.
  • Pat & Tom practice vocals.
 

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thebrits

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Yum.  We had  some New Zealand green mussels the other day.  Scrumptious.

 

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The fun was short lived Ron. The video from the karaoke machine qui displaying on the TV. Jim the technical analyst went to work. Chris snapped a photo of him crawling behind the TV, with his head sticking out one side and his feet sticking out the other. But it turned out to be a poor photo. I'll try to improve it up a little with Photoshop.
 

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Peggy

We tried getting Jim to eat laverbred (seaweed), but he politely said "no thanks"  :)
 

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MPEG will wait for the barbershoppers at Moab (hint).
 

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No Ron! It's a hint to Ned to get his barbershop voice in tune.
 

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I doubt I can do baritone any longer, and certainly without music.  The vocal chords are quite rusty, but can handle a tenor after sufficient lubrication :)
 

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I'll have the music, so start oiling your larynx. I'll do base, and we also need the other two parts.
 

thebrits

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My friend Margaret from Swansea usually serves that for Sunday breakfast when we stay with her.  We can usually manage a SMALL portion.



We tried getting Jim to eat laverbred (seaweed), but he politely said "no thanks"? :)
 

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LOL Peggy, I'm impressed. It's definitely an acquired taste.

For the benefit of others, here's more information on laverbred.
 

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Karl

Just make sure you add a liberal helping of malt vinegar.
 
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