Char and the Flirty Apron

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Char and the Flirty Apron
Char and the Flirty Apron

The Traveling Twosome is giving away a free Flirty Apron from www.FlirtyAprons.com in our March 2010 blog contest.  Furthermore, all entrants in our February 2010 Pic of the Week contest are automatically entered in our March 2010 Flirty Apron Giveaway!   In anticipation of our blog giveaway (or is it give-a-way?), Char and I decided to publish a cooking post using the Flirty Apron!

Char prepared a Seafood Sensation featuring grilled Mahi Mahi, crab cakes, soft shell crabs, grilled shrimp, and alligator sausage served with bacon wrapped scallops, home grown green beans, shrimp cocktail, a ham / cheese / salami / and olive platter, sweet potatoes, and a fresh salad.  She also prepared a gluten free bread that tasted almost exactly like rye bread and a gluten free cake for dessert.  A little overboard for a romantic dinner for two?  Maybe… but we certainly had fun preparing (and eating) it!

Before we get into the video of our good time in the kitchen, let’s talk about the Flirty Apron.  OK – you might ask… it’s an apron – how can it be flirty? You’d be surprised!  Without going into much detail – um, without going into any detail – let’s just say these aprons are HOT!  And just think – thanks to The Traveling Twosome and Flirty Aprons teaming up, you can win one for yourself!  Enter our blog giveaway by clicking the CONTEST page link in our website header!  That is, if you are reading this post during the contest month.  If you are reading this post sometime in the future (which will be your present day) we might be giving away something else – like a brick or something.  But fret not – just visit www.FlirtyAprons.com and buy one for yourself – they are worth it!  The aprons from Flirty Aprons are cute, durable, well made, and go well with a romantic dinner date night IN.

OK, so without further ado… the video of Char and the Flirty Apron (48 MB MP4 file, 8 minutes – I know, it’s a large one).  Hope you enjoy the video as much as we enjoyed making it!

Until our next post, go cook… go eat… and go enter our contest to win your own Flirty Apron!

6 thoughts on “Char and the Flirty Apron

  • February 20, 2010 at 7:18 pm
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    Ok…first of all…anytime you say “you have to cut the eyes off of it” IT’s NOT A GOOD THING!!!! lol Ah GUGGY!!! Just gross man!!

    Second of all…a conversation from my house:
    Child: Mama, what’s wrong with Mr. Louis??
    Me: Nothing Honey…why?
    Child: It sounds like he’s choking or something.
    Me: No Honey…that’s Mr. Louis trying to speak like a Cajun.
    Child: Has Mr. Louis ever heard a Cajun?
    Me: Well…he might have…but I think he must have been under water when he did.

    ROFLOL

    Apron: VEEEEERY Cute…can’t wait till I win mine!!! :o) (thinking positive here!!)

  • February 20, 2010 at 11:50 pm
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    OH, but Laura, honey!!! You would be missing out on many scrumdiddlyumptious foods!!! There was a day I would whimper at the thought of a squealing lobster boiling to it’s death, of cutting a crabs eyes off (to spite it’s face?). *grin* The very first time I learned how to scale a fresh gutted salmon I actually cried and thanked the salmon for feeding my daughter. I know, I had a vegetarian disorder! LOL I remember hitting a pregnant doe with my car in the middle of a dark, windy road out in the country of Northern California. I almost flipped my car several times. The man behind me thought I would be seriously hurt and my car would be totaled. However, God protected me and my car. Could I be Joyous and Praise-filled at the time? NO! I CRIED LIKE A BABY for the unborn Bambi and it’s momma! I once was a very sensitive vegetarian…. but now I have learned to enjoy the yummilicious foods of the the critter-world. I should have a show on the Travel channel! I would sooooooo live with tribes and eat their foods! Hey, I think I just found the perfect weight loss program!! *grin*

  • February 21, 2010 at 5:24 am
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    OK, Char? You know that I am ALWAYS there for ya and I’ll do anything for ya & you’re my Sistah – but. . . . . . . if you ask me to go and eat some weird food from the “tribal” countries, well, hun – I think I’ll pass on that! lol I’ll still love ya though! :o)

  • February 21, 2010 at 5:30 am
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    That’s ok, Char, I’ll eat tribal foods with you! 🙂

  • February 21, 2010 at 3:35 pm
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    Char,

    Couple of problems: 1. Louis’ Cajun is really bad. 2. We do not cook out soft shell crabs like that. We deep fry them! 3. If you are cooking a Cajun meal you left out the Nutria Rat.

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