[Sca-cooks] Lethal drinks

Maria Buchanan scarlettmb at sbcglobal.net
Mon Jul 21 15:46:33 PDT 2008

And in the beginning of my email I agreed with that. 
I'm just wondering how many people have seen bay
shrimp in a HOUSE salad, the salad that comes with
dinner, not something that you order seperately. 
Expecially back in 1987.  That was the really weird
thing.  I'm no stranger to 4 star restaurants, and
that's what this was.  I would expect a 4 star
restaurant to tell you on the menu if they had
something strange in their house salad, that's all.  
The whole thing is totally moot, I didn't die. 
Actually the point I was trying to make was that I
didn't try to sue.  
With the litigation happy society we live in, that's
an amazing thing.
--- Audrey Bergeron-Morin <audreybmorin at gmail.com>

> > steak and that steak comes with a house salad,
> should
> > I assume it doesn't have bay shrimp in it, even
> though
> > it's not noted on the menu?  That happened to me. 
> A
> Yes, but this conversation was about a packaged
> product listing all
> ingredients. Any good restaurant will be able to
> tell you what's in
> the dishes they're serving. Having ingredient lists
> would work well
> for McDonald's, but not for the small restaurants
> that cook according
> to what looks good at the market that day...
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