Friday, May 27, 2011

Happy Don't Fry Day!

The Scallops of Success! by bkfrogma
The Scallops of Success!, a photo by bkfrogma on Flickr.

Fry the scallops.

Fry the clams!

But please don't fry the human beings!


JP said...

Good advice - wish I'd remembered it last weekend!

bonnie said...

Yep, seemed like a good reminder for the weekend that kicks off "official" boating season. Lots of icy-winter-rainy-spring-bleached hide coming out from under wraps around now!

O Docker said...

Good day sunscreen
Good day sunscreen
Good day sunscreen

I need to laugh, and when the sun is out
I've got something I can laugh about
I feel good, in a special way
SPF fifty on a sunny day

Good day sunscreen
Good day sunscreen
Good day sunscreen

We take a walk, the sun is shining down
Burns my nose to a golden brown

Good day sunscreen
Good day sunscreen
Good day sunscreen

So we lie beneath a shady tree
I slather her and she slathers me
We look goofy, but we're feeling fine
Greasy noses and we're sipping wine

Good day sunscreen
Good day sunscreen
Good day sunscreen...

Baydog said...

O Docker is brilliant with lyrics. Tillerman, are you seeing this?

sewa mobil said...

Very nice, thanks.

bonnie said...

I have let Lord T know that there's something he might want to take a look at over here!

Pandabonium said...

He should be a sailing blog writer.

PeconicPuffin said...

When I see scallops all I can think about are scallops. The best thing I ever had in a restaurant in my entire life was a scallop. My wife makes great scallops.

I must lay plans for scallops.

bonnie said...

Personally, I'm trying to lay plans for trying these soft-shell crabs that are such a big thing here.

But goodness, it seems like you & Sally should be driving past Rockville Center all the time. These scallops were seriously some of the best I've had in a long time - the only competition they had on the scale of scallop lusciousness were the ones that Dan Kim recommended when we went out for dinner after he took us for a sail on the Pretty Gee last Fall.