When the steak arrives, I feel a w
When the steak arrives, I feel a wave of comfort wash over me. The steak is masterful: a full pound of loin muscle as thick as three decks of cards, ever so lightly charred around the edges, with a ribbon of fat running along one side and just enough caramelization on top to give the meat a subtle crispness as I cut into it.
I watch as juices begin to slowly puddle on the plate. However I got a call from one of the lads I was going with at 6:33am on Saturday morning saying his car had been smashed up and his front window put out after a day of heavy boozing on Friday had gone catastrophically wrong. Being the good egg I am I went straight down to survey the damage and help with the clean up operation. However, he unwisely handed me a freezing can of Fosters as we hoovered up shards of broken glass. Fortune Abalone is for serious abalone lovers you can tell by the wicker baskets boasting huge dried abalone, some bigger than the size of your hand. Abalone is available dried, tinned or frozen, and luxury gift boxes are aimed at high end customers. Whole bird’s nests, Japanese dried scallops and New Zealand deer sinew are held in gleaming glass canisters. Pine Avenue was a child of redevelopment, said Hankla, who had been the RDA executive director that negotiated with bar owners using threat of eminent domain. “The city has from my perspective, the time I was there paid a great deal of attention to Pine,” said Hankla, who was city manager from 1987 to 1998. “We considered it an important statement to make. Take, for example, the Amish man on the far side of the room. Though I completely respect the Amish, I told the man that I am against puppy mills. Puppy mills are breeding grounds for thousands of dogs that live without love and nurture; they are locked in cages and reproduce all their lives. Consumers, he said, have to be told very clearly what the different price points will get them. No one should arrive at the airport with a carry on bag and be surprised that it’s not included with their fare, he said. (And if they are, they’ll be socked with a fee not yet determined to allow them to carry it on board, according to United.). We have our own volunteer fire dept. The highways we use to get to town are maintained also by the provincial government. Snow plowing, well if it’s a school day, we see the plow, but without a four wheel drive I would not get out of my road. The Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini is the cheapest Sony Ericsson smartphone running on Android. It runs Android 1.6 and seems unlikely to get any upgrade.
It has a 5 MP camera with autofocus and LED flash and can record VGA video at 30 FPS.