Lobster Pot Pie et al

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2010/01/30 20:31:26 (permalink)

Lobster Pot Pie et al

I bought these potpies after a mention from Dawn on a RF survey.  I took her advice an included asparagus.  The crusty bread she suggested was the sourdough loaf I made yesterday.  Ribeye thrown in for good measure.

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    sk bob
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    Re:Lobster Pot Pie et al 2010/01/30 20:48:22 (permalink)
    good lookin plate susanll
    how were the lobstah pot pies?
    ribeyes & assparagus always measure up
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    Michael Hoffman
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    Re:Lobster Pot Pie et al 2010/01/30 20:56:04 (permalink)
    What pot pies?
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    Re:Lobster Pot Pie et al 2010/01/30 20:57:17 (permalink)
    Very good pies..chunks and whole claws in a sherry sauce.  I would buy them again.
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    susanll
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    Re:Lobster Pot Pie et al 2010/01/30 20:59:27 (permalink)
    Mr Hoffman - it would be the thing that looks like a roll.
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    Re:Lobster Pot Pie et al 2010/01/30 21:30:28 (permalink)
    Oh, OK. Thank you.
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    Re:Lobster Pot Pie et al 2010/01/30 22:17:29 (permalink)
      Oh, Yay!  I'm so very glad that you liked them!  the lobster Mac& cheese is pretty darn tasty too; Plus you get 4 bigger ceramic ramekins. they are quite handy for many things.
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    Re:Lobster Pot Pie et al 2010/01/30 23:04:58 (permalink)
    Michael Hoffman

    What pot pies?


    I agree with Mr Hoffman. What BRAND or recipe are you talking about? Sounds like you assume we know what you're talking about based on someone's previous post somewhere else. Guess what----we don't! 
    Your post is about as clear as Mud--------Pie!
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    Re:Lobster Pot Pie et al 2010/01/31 11:33:18 (permalink)
    Foodbme

    Michael Hoffman

    What pot pies?


    I agree with Mr Hoffman. What BRAND or recipe are you talking about? Sounds like you assume we know what you're talking about based on someone's previous post somewhere else. Guess what----we don't! 
    Your post is about as clear as Mud--------Pie!

    My apologies.  Mail order from Hancock Lobster in Maine.  Was trying not to include an advert in the post.
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    Re:Lobster Pot Pie et al 2010/01/31 13:35:57 (permalink)
    susanll

    Foodbme

    Michael Hoffman

    What pot pies?


    I agree with Mr Hoffman. What BRAND or recipe are you talking about? Sounds like you assume we know what you're talking about based on someone's previous post somewhere else. Guess what----we don't! 
    Your post is about as clear as Mud--------Pie!

    My apologies.  Mail order from Hancock Lobster in Maine.  Was trying not to include an advert in the post.


    You're confused about the difference between advertising and supplying information. Advertising consists of blatantly promoting a product for self gain or the gain of people you know. Supplying information is letting others know your opinion of a product, good, bad or otherwise.
    Don't worry about promoting a product. The Moderators will let you know if you cross the line by deleting your post or sending you an email.
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    Re:Lobster Pot Pie et al 2010/02/02 22:57:47 (permalink)
    Foodbme

    susanll

    Foodbme

    Michael Hoffman

    What pot pies?


    I agree with Mr Hoffman. What BRAND or recipe are you talking about? Sounds like you assume we know what you're talking about based on someone's previous post somewhere else. Guess what----we don't! 
    Your post is about as clear as Mud--------Pie!

    My apologies.  Mail order from Hancock Lobster in Maine.  Was trying not to include an advert in the post.


    You're confused about the difference between advertising and supplying information. Advertising consists of blatantly promoting a product for self gain or the gain of people you know. Supplying information is letting others know your opinion of a product, good, bad or otherwise.
    Don't worry about promoting a product. The Moderators will let you know if you cross the line by deleting your post or sending you an email.


    What Foodbme said, we'll let ya know. We look very hard at what new people say and post. 3 posts and a link to a website or company? Treated as spam. 1K posts, not a problem, if done ocassionally.

    MikeS.
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