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Sunday, 04 July 2010

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kat

that is a LOT of seafood, happy 4th!

sawyer

those are some beautiful pictures! what's that stuff two pictures down from the crabs? is that uni? hope you had a good 4th!

Chris

all that seafood and not one ramekin of cocktail sauce in sight!

Kirk

Hi Kat - There's an amazing amount of seafood in QingDao!

Hi Sawyer - Yes, that's uni.

Hi Chris - LOL! This stuff is so good, you won't need cocktail sauce!

RONW

try wait until the BP disaster really starts to affect the US seafood supply. We'd be shopping from the same market.

bill

Yum female crabs are the best.

Kirk

Hi RONW - Have checked where your seafood is coming from now? You don't have to wait....

Hi Billy - Yes..... eggs.... mmmm

Rosa

Da-yum...that's some seafood market!

Foreign seafood markets always have seafood I've never seen at the markets here. It both freaks me out and intrigues me. Sea animals are funky looking....

Kirk

Hi Rosa - There was a staggering variety of shellfish.

gina

Yummy Seafood!!!! yes!!!
www.bazaarofserendipity.blogspot.com

Kirk

Hi Gina - Yes, tons of yummy seafood.

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