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jimandi
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Re: Cooking Lobster [Re: WayneH]
      #988099 - 04/07/09 02:17 PM (70.35.68.180)

Sorry, those are my Grandmother's Ukarinian terms. Kavbasa or Kubasa. About the same taste but we love to pick these up if we are in a Ukarinian market. Sweet Italian works just as well and some do not even include the sausage in the low country boil.
What every makes your heart happy, then dump it in the Low Country Boil
Hope this helps.
Regards,
Sylvia


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peconic
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Re: Cooking Lobster [Re: BobandJeana]
      #988223 - 04/07/09 06:40 PM (173.70.202.81)

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BobandJeana said:
Brian,

Neilly's Long Bar is now the Broadway. The long bar is now long gone, but atmosphere is very similar. Presently owned by a woman I went to school with, fine people.
Bob




HeeHee... Kool... a nestegg of Seashore Americana!
smelly, dirty, (the customers, mostly fishermen) and a great old bar by the docks!
Neilly's was a legend...

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