Smoked Oysters & Clams, And SABERED Open Champagne!!!!

Discussion in 'Non-fish Seafood' started by leah elisheva, Nov 29, 2013.




  1. Happy Friday Great Fabulous Smokers!

    And Happy Holidays (continuing along) and to all!

    Today I smoked oysters and clams (and ate as many RAW first, that I could possibly fit in) and then I "sabered" open a fabulous bottle of Pol Roger Bubbly! Delish!

    For a lesson in sabering, (you can easily learn this act, and then suavely add it into your swanky New Year's Eve bag of sultry tricks), please enjoy my video-blog from today.

    I've posted this too, in the "Winos & Wood Chips" group, in our "Groups" section. So come join the group, and enjoy the fun!

    CHEERS!!!!!!!!!!!!!! - Leah

     
  2. moikel

    moikel Master of the Pit OTBS Member


    Full post is in wino's group.This young lady is encouraging French vignerons of the early 1900s to purchase a particular brand of chemical spray to control mildew & black rot. She is so focused on that task she hasn't noticed a wardrobe malfunction & her hands are full of grapes .She is also looking forward to a glass of bubbles after a hard days modelling.
     
  3. bearcarver

    bearcarver Smoking Guru OTBS Member

    Pic looks Great Leah !!!

    I don't have time to watch the video right now, so I'm putting my mark on it so it doesn't fall back into the archives on me!!

    Bear
     
  4. dirtsailor2003

    dirtsailor2003 Smoking Guru OTBS Member

    Looks great Leah! My father in law opens champagne that way using a $5 machete he bought at our army surplus store. They took a trip to Italy a few years back and that's where he learned the trick!
     
  5. Fantastic poster Mick!!! Let's hear it for wardrobe malfunctions!!!

    And Thank you Bear - may you enjoy the video whenever you wish! I have a question for you about shad roe - will go post that in your thread.

    And Dirtsailor, thank you too! I love the machete story!!!!!!!!!!!

    Cheers to all and happy December!!!!!!!!!!!!! - Leah
     

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