How dare the ‘princess’ in Vancouver complain about her sad plight. Let’s see….she lives in extreme comfort – $15 million home, servants, nice warm, comfy bed to sleep in, great meals at her whim, the ability to see and talk with family and guards to watch over her all the time. We also brought family to come over and stay with her.
On the other side of the world they are holding, in retaliation, two Canadians who are placed in two separate jails, meals ???, sleeping on cots, abuse from the guards and, until this past week, no contact with family.
She thinks she is hard done by….GROW UP YOUNG LADY. We got hosed into this via MR. t in the south and we allow you all the comforts imaginable. Time to get off your self imposed throne and show some empathy.
Never before have I ever done something like this, but it looked and sounded so darn good, I jumped on it. This was a celebration birthday dinner for our daughter and the cooking show we were watching was on the various parts of P.E.I foods that went from farm to farm to ocean. However, the lobsters came from Nova Scotia.
I made the order for 6 lobsters, because I wanted to be sure there was enough for lobster rolls the next evening for dinner. OMG! Why? Just because fabulous.
They arrived so well packaged, cold, looking great enough to be devoured. SOON!
I was going for the big lobster boil meal but after looking at the size of our lobsters, I opted simply for baked potatoes with butter and sour cream. We had melted garlic butter for the lobsters and, of course, ended up licking all our ten fingers I think.
This was more than advertised and we decided yesterday we will be doing this again for Christmas. Clearwater be prepared…we are returning.
I made a Cannoli Cheesecake for dessert and that celebration was a wrap.
Thank you Chefs, P.E.I. and the wonderful service and product you have to offer.