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August 31, 2011


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Wow! That's really exciting! It's so difficult to have to go to a number of places after your trip to the farmer's market. I've looked in to the community supported fisheries but none is comprehensive enough (like they have fish but no lobsters or oysters)to justify the expense.

T.W. Barritt at Culinary Types

Let's hear it for one-stop shopping. What a great option for seafood, and a beautiful dish. I'm salivating!

tasmanian fishing

Looks very cool! Thanks for the post!Its a great trip to the farmer's marke has a fish...

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