William Brand

Tsunami Kate

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Ah Mr. Pew, wasting yer time in that regard ye are, as I do not believe William actually remembers as much as he makes claim to...t'was that bump on the head...when I pulled him off the roof...which roof? Church roof or Bawdy house roof? Hmmm must have been the church as the brothel was a blaze...I land'd in a pile of straw, he made contact with the cobblestones...head first...odds are he land'd in that pile of manure as the stables were directly next door and does not... and ...oh dear... never mind.. he did hit his head on the street...damnation..William I believ'd ye when ye said it were straw....

I think I will have that glass of sack right about now and some water if ye please...

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To be told well, the story must be told in person. There's positively no good way to wave my arms about in this medium. As it stands, I've always stated that I will tell the tale if asked at an event, but every time we gather it doesn't happen. Fear of the unknown? Fear of me flailing as I talk?

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I shall ask when next we meet ...then I shall step too paces out of arms reach.

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Ah, the plot thinnens.

In the meantime, the help was able to scavenge up some brekkie.

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William, any need for a barkeep at present?

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Is that tea? For breakfast? What kinda pirate are you? It should be rum, whiskey, or nothin'!

Though the croisannt be a good choice... 'Specially if it be havin' apricot preserves on it...

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To be told well, the story must be told in person. There's positively no good way to wave my arms about in this medium. As it stands, I've always stated that I will tell the tale if asked at an event, but every time we gather it doesn't happen. Fear of the unknown? Fear of me flailing as I talk?

**buries face in hands** Damnation here we go again... he always has to act out that bit...

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Is that tea? For breakfast? What kinda pirate are you? It should be rum, whiskey, or nothin'!

Though the croisannt be a good choice... 'Specially if it be havin' apricot preserves on it...

Not all of us are criminals lad. William will not be drinking tea, he hates the poison. I on the other hand I would enjoy both tea and croissant. Thank you Mr. Pew.

(Who says there is no spirit in said tea?) :D

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What kinda pirate are you?

One that has remained alive for 38 years.

William tends to have bottles of non-descript libations about. Privy to these, I'd like to offer thee a sample.

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Seems like a good bit of libations. I'll try both. An' if consumin' all of them kills me, make sure ya toss my carcass into at least 30 feet o' water...

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Good morning all. Breakfast is served.

Gallo Pinto and plantains.

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William, any need for a barkeep at present?

Aye, and the Kate still has a spare room.

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Excellent.

I shall move in my things this afternoon.

In the meantime, lunch is served.

Panko-crusted Crab Cake Bites with Roasted Pepper-Chive Aioli

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And a Heavy Seas triple hop infused IPA to wash it down.

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Raise a glass! We have with us a pubmaster of both experience and a refined palate for all things distilled, brewed, left alone too long in dark cellars, and mysterious, untried bottles.

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Seems like a good bit of libations. I'll try both. An' if consumin' all of them kills me, make sure ya toss my carcass into at least 30 feet o' water...

Drowned by drink and weighted down with enough ballast stone to rest awhile 'til the Judgement. Aye-aye.

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Drowned by drink and weighted down with enough ballast stone to rest awhile 'til the Judgement. Aye-aye.

Good sir, that be the best way ta go! Well, next ta dyin' on a big pile of booty that is...

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Thankee William kindly . . . The time afforded brings a mere smile . . .

Dinner special:

Key West Paella

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A Sierra Nevada paired with the offerings . .

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Some roasted pineapple would go well with that.

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Very tempting gentlemen. No insult intended.

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None taken.

I have the strongest craving for deviled eggs, which I've learned today can be traced back to the Romans.

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None taken.

I have the strongest craving for deviled eggs, which I've learned today can be traced back to the Romans.

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"Ah, yes",I say, walking in the door," La Varenne included them in his cookery book, calling them "farced eggs", a version of forced, like forcemeat".

Check out this link for a receipt: http://18thccuisine.blogspot.com/2005/09/farced-eggs.html

Sounds mighty tasty right now! The smells around this place have been mouth watering, I couldn't stay outside any longer biggrin.gif

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The Kate is an exercise in needing to exercise.

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That explains why I am always here! ;)

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The conversation alone could make lesser men (and women) faint upon entry.

A long day for myself today. I think a fine 23 yo Ron Zacapa paired with a Paul Garmirian Gourmet Series cigar will set the evening to rights.

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A late sup mayhaps.

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Dinner?

Grilled Mahi Mahi with Ginger and Wine served over Asparagus spears

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Oh... very nice..link... there Mistress Dobyns

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