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From: "Cerumen" <>
Subject: Re: Win a trip to Cork, Ireland!
Date: Sat, 17 Feb 2007 17:25:14 -0000
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"norman castle" <> wrote in message
news:...
> On 17 Feb, 06:54, "Cerumen" <> wrote:
>> "John McGimmie" <> wrote in message
>>
>> news:4cvBh.12497$...> Just slapping
>> some fish in the pasta doesn't make mac and cheese much
>> > better, but Irish restaurant critics often confuse price with quality
>> > in
>> > Kinsale.
>>
>> Sadly very true. I have eaten some good meals in Kinsale, some average,
>> and
>> returned one truely awful one. None were worth the money with the sole
>> exception of the yacht club which is not open to the public.
>>

>
> You'd better off buying some off the great fresh fish in Fishy-Fishy
> and cooking your own.
>
I catch my own, then cook it, even better. Or buy in Union Hall right off
the boats.


--
Chris, West Cork, Ireland.



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