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Chilled Asparagus Soup--The Blue Marlin

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Chilled Asparagus Soup--The Blue Marlin

Postby universitylad » Sun Jun 26, 2005 10:23 am

Since The Blue Marlin has arguably the best Caesar salad in Madison, I usually order it; however, due to the oppressive heat this past week, I decided to try the Chilled Asparagus Soup with creme freshe! Very creamy and tasty! I highly recommend it on these warm summer nights.

Actually, if one wasn't that hungry, a nice light dinner could consist of oysters followed by chilled aspagus soup followed by the best Caesar salad in Madison. I really enjoy their fresh from the oven bread with a slight honey taste to it.

Blue Marlin's salmon is also some of the best I've had. (Incidentally, I had a great piece of salmon at Lombardino's last fall as well.)
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Re: Chilled Asparagus Soup--The Blue Marlin

Postby universitylad » Sun Sep 18, 2005 8:47 pm

universitylad wrote:Since The Blue Marlin has arguably the best Caesar salad in Madison, I usually order it; however, due to the oppressive heat this past week, I decided to try the Chilled Asparagus Soup with creme freshe! Very creamy and tasty! I highly recommend it on these warm summer nights.


I still love the Blue Marlin, but I have to take back my "Best Caesar Salad in Madison" award. Lately, it has not been the same. I think I'll switch to ordering greens or soup.
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Re: Chilled Asparagus Soup--The Blue Marlin

Postby nevermore » Sun Sep 18, 2005 10:22 pm

universitylad wrote:creme freshe!

You meant to type cr�šme fra�®che.
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Postby aaron » Mon Sep 19, 2005 9:15 am

Asparagus makes your cum bitter, in case you didn't know. Stay away from it. Seriously.
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Postby Chuck_Schick » Mon Sep 19, 2005 11:30 am

aaron wrote:Asparagus makes your cum bitter, in case you didn't know. Stay away from it. Seriously.

Or you could just quit drinking your own cum.
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Postby Marvell » Mon Sep 19, 2005 7:09 pm

Chuck_Schick wrote:
aaron wrote:Asparagus makes your cum bitter, in case you didn't know. Stay away from it. Seriously.

Or you could just quit drinking your own cum.


I've tried, Chuck. God knows I've tried. But the jism jockey is a hard and merciless rider.

Perhaps you can recommend a good twelve-step program. Is there a local chapter of 'Cum-guzzlers Anonymous?'
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Postby RatThing » Mon Sep 19, 2005 7:32 pm

Marvell wrote:
Chuck_Schick wrote:
aaron wrote:Asparagus makes your cum bitter, in case you didn't know. Stay away from it. Seriously.

Or you could just quit drinking your own cum.


I've tried, Chuck. God knows I've tried. But the jism jockey is a hard and merciless rider.

Perhaps you can recommend a good twelve-step program. Is there a local chapter of 'Cum-guzzlers Anonymous?'

Would you two just get married already?
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If nothing else, it would presumably piss-off Flanders

Postby Marvell » Tue Sep 20, 2005 4:05 pm

RatThing wrote:
Marvell wrote:
Chuck_Schick wrote:Or you could just quit drinking your own cum.


Perhaps you can recommend a good twelve-step program. Is there a local chapter of 'Cum-guzzlers Anonymous?'


Would you two just get married already?


Well, whadda ya say, C.S.? Think yer wife would be okay with a complex marriage?

Of course, any marriage that involves me is gonna be complex...
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Re: If nothing else, it would presumably piss-off Flanders

Postby Chuck_Schick » Wed Sep 21, 2005 9:20 am

Marvell wrote:Well, whadda ya say, C.S.? Think yer wife would be okay with a complex marriage?

Of course, any marriage that involves me is gonna be complex...

You stole my line.

"You must be a very patient woman."
-- JJoyce, to my wife, upon first meeting her
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