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Fill your freezer with an oceanic bounty of creative seafood treats from Chef Big Shake Fine Foods with today's Groupon. For $30, you get $60 worth of tasty chowders, bisques, cheese cakes, and Chef Big Shake's original land-sea ultrahybrid, the shrimp burger. Seafood normally takes a bit of planning to prepare, but today's deal lets you net a yummy cache of prepared, crustaceous meals delivered straight to your door.
Give your taste buds a light, buttery surprise more socially acceptable than eating a handful of butter. Instead of a chicken breast the exact color and consistency of boiled wall, sink your fork into a flaky lobster pot pie ($39.99 for a two-pound pie, $79.99 for four 10-ounce pies), or fortify your lunch with a nourishing bowl of New England clam chowder ($45.99 for 32 ounces). Woo the reluctant epicurean of your dreams by taking culinary credit for Chef Big Shake's lobster bisque ($45.99 for 32 ounces) on date night. Seal the deal with a slice of apple caramel cheesecake ($39.99 per whole cake for the absolute best school lunch ever). It's the original shrimp burger that made Chef Big Shake famous, so don't forget to order a pack of tender, shrimp-filled—but not at all shrimpy—four-ounce patties.
Chef Big Shake will send a tidal wave of frozen sea goodies to your door free of charge anywhere in Nashville and Middle Tennessee. Deliveries outside Middle Tennessee will be subject to shipping charges.
Under the Sea (Under the Sea)
Seafood fans might feel a little twinge of guilt when they bite into their delicious fruits de mer, knowing that life "under the sea" is a nonstop musical number, as proclaimed by Sebastian, the overbearing crab from The Little Mermaid. Through song, Sebastian insists that "the newt play the flute" and "the carp play the harp," but not every fish is a musical prodigy. What are some of the lyrics he had to cut?
- The fluke plays the uke
- The flounder plays the hammered dulcimer at Renaissance fairs on weekends.
- The catfish played some bassoon in high school, but now just brings it out as an affectation at parties.
- The walrus comes through periodically and eats a fifth of us, but that's basically cool.
- Finding the music garish and coarse, the clownfish prefers to express himself through the refined art of mime, but is unable to compete with the nearby spectacle. He quietly returns home to his coral reef to find a grant application rejection letter waiting for him. Again.
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