||[Sep. 19th, 2006|07:27 pm]
"A pickled Okra pod may be used to replace the olive in a Martini to create an Okratini."
They mean a "Slimertini," don't they?
I think I need to create a sample of 50 low- to high-end bars and order an Okratini, to find out if even one keeps pickled okra around.
Thats ummmmmmmm.....whats the word.....NASTY!
I don't know how it would taste, but the picture of it in my mind is pretty cute - face it, it's an attractive looking pod.
Whaddya call it if use one of those tapioca balls from boba tea? Bobatini?
Using a pickled cocktail frank will get you a tini weenie, of course.
Oy... I'll stick with the olive.
Heh, where's your sense of adventure? ;-)
2006-09-20 07:53 pm (UTC)
I'll be there in less than a week and we can go search for one :)
whoops, wasn't logged in. that was me!
What are you kids doing tonight? octal
is flying in and we're thinking Long's Bar. =)
sorry to have missed out. my plans of getting sleep backfired and I woke up at 4 am. I should have come with. See you Friday, though!!
boggles throws up quietly to itself
2006-10-11 01:49 pm (UTC)
Hi Susan, hisashiburi, how is it going? let me know the next time you come to Japan, I owe you a night of drinking I think. Did you ever visit Masako in Singapore? My new email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi. I know this seems odd and strange and out of the blue, but - I work with octal
, at Balad. I apologise for intruding, but I urgently need to get ahold of him, for incredibly time-sensitive work reasons. Do you know how I can do this, preferably via phone? Any help is greatly, greatly appreciated - I can be reached (for the next 12 hours or so) at tcmann[at]gmail[dot]com, or tamara[at]blueiraq[dot]com. Thank you again.