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    That's why we like the SEAFOOD Keshi Yena at Gasparito's - no raisins. LOL! It's slightly different than the original version - just melted Dutch cheese with shrimp, scallops, calamari, and fish.


    ~Amy~® -- 37th trip to Aruba: New Year's Eve 2018/2019 -- Napa: March 2019 -- 38th trip to Aruba: April/May 2019 -- Boston: July 2019 -- Paris: Sept/Oct 2019 -- 39th trip to Aruba: Nov. 2019


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    The seafood version sounds fabulous!
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    Mmmmmm Dutch cheese!
    Jacki ~ loving Aruba from NJ
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    We usually try a few different app's where ever we go.. this way it's not wasteful if we don't like it.
    I am more adventure than the rest of the family...
    Working with different cultures I have tried goat, ox tails, frog legs, aligator and etc.
    But like some I don't want to know what's in it cause I wont' eat it. lol
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    I need to know what's in it so I can say "Of course I've had sauteed aardvark heart, hasn't everyone?" Actually, when I know what's in it, it makes it more exotic and then I have to try it. I might hate it, but I tried it!

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    you'd hate it walt
    Quote Originally Posted by WaltVB View Post
    I need to know what's in it so I can say "Of course I've had sauteed aardvark heart, hasn't everyone?" Actually, when I know what's in it, it makes it more exotic and then I have to try it. I might hate it, but I tried it!

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