Tasty Burger

Monday, June 06, 2005

a surf and a tasty dilemma

Pete, Serge and Lockie head down the east coast to Smith's Beach to find a solid swell sneaking 2-4" waves into the bay and a north-easterly providing clean conditions... Pete's brief exchange of pleasantries with a local only helped to confirm our choice of beach. No baywatch style rip rescues this weekend, just lots of time spent standing on boards, nice.

Post surf eats back at Tracey's Place near the bridge sampling the mexican and parmigana burgers with an easy verdict, indeed a tasty burger! It was then put to the group that perhaps a burger's tastiness was influenced by a surf induced hunger... were we in fact tainting our careful analysis? Would a surfless burger pass the tasty test? To this end we'll endeavour to bring a non-surfing control subject along next trip to act as our burger benchmark.

Lockie

5 Comments:

  • I should also add that if you want to get the "muffin and coffee special" you cannot choose a piece of slice:

    -- Countergirl: can a piece of slice count as a muffin?
    -- Tracey: no a piece of slice is a piece of slice

    Oh countergirl... that is why it is called Tracey's Place

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12:38 pm  

  • Nice work boys. Sorry I couldn't make it. Contrary to popular belief I do like Phirrip Iceland, so hopefully can free up a day for the next trip.. I would still be up for the vegetarian fish and chips over the tracey burger.

    By Blogger surfnoosa, at 1:41 pm  

  • Post open division, Matt and Pete go down to GBC to make notes. We were tired and hungry and the burgers were still tasty. Which adds absolutely nothing to this thread.

    By Anonymous Pete, at 10:18 pm  

  • we all know why you want the fish and chips my friend!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:04 am  

  • Actually, I think I have the perfect solution, which is to have some fish and chips first, then do the critical taste stuff.

    By Anonymous Pete, at 8:01 am  

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