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Old 23-10-2003, 11:06 AM
Oz
 
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Default Smoked salmon: croft smoked.

Gerald L R Stubbs writes

The salmon, of course, is still ongoing, and the same very reasonable
price as it was last year. Orders being taken for Christmas.


I have taken the opportunity to x-post to a number of groups that might
be interested in stubbsy's smoked salmon. After all we need to keep him
in business if we want our supply to continue.

For those not cognisant of stubbsy's salmon, as a consumer I am able to
say the following:

1) Smoked in stubbsy's smokehouse on his croft. Stubbsy is a one man
band.

2) Delivered anywhere UK mainland (I believe).

3) It's positively scrumptious, like smoked salmon used to taste.

4) It's not available off the shelf, you have to order so stubbsy has
time to select, salt and smoke it. So order now.

5) Normally farmed salmon (no depradations of wild stocks) personally
selected from his local *tide-washed* salmon farm, I believe he has a
supply of organic salmon too. Also it's impossible to obtain estuary-
caught natural salmon of the top quality without a mortgage.

6) It's absolutely delicious. I make no apology for repeating this.

7) If enough of you order, I might be able to screw stubbsy for a
discount, although this is most unlikely, him living in scotland.

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Oz
This post is worth absolutely nothing and is probably fallacious.
DEMON address no longer in use.

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Old 23-10-2003, 11:15 AM
Jack Schidt®
 
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"Oz" wrote in message
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Gerald L R Stubbs writes

The salmon, of course, is still ongoing, and the same very reasonable
price as it was last year. Orders being taken for Christmas.


I have taken the opportunity to x-post to a number of groups that might
be interested in stubbsy's smoked salmon. After all we need to keep him
in business if we want our supply to continue.


Why did you post to rec.gardens? Is his salmon good fertilizer too?

Jack Nitro


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Old 23-10-2003, 12:37 PM
 
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On Thu, 23 Oct 2003 10:15:47 GMT, "Jack Schidt®"
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Why did you post to rec.gardens? Is his salmon good fertilizer too?

Jack Nitro

Only after it's been "processed"...and then only by those who don't
shudder at the thought of using "night soil".

Bob

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Old 24-10-2003, 08:03 AM
Dennis P. Harris
 
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On Thu, 23 Oct 2003 10:15:47 GMT in rec.food.cooking, "Jack
Schidt®" wrote:

Why did you post to rec.gardens? Is his salmon good fertilizer too?

no, just SPAM




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