Using the Net’ for Christmas

When it comes to Christmas shopping I’m all about letting my “fingers do the walking.” Although I have said that I like to pick one day, usually the 24th, have a couple of great martinis and then hit the mall. . .I do most of it online. Oh yea, I can send a new robe for my mother in New Jersey or a pretty poinsettia to my sister in Georgia but the best gift, in my opinion, is food. Meals from all over the country sent out to you fresh and most already cooked.

How about some Salmon, Halibut or King Crab. Fresh shrimp or clams? You can order them all right from the oceans and fresh water streams of Alaska and have them delivered usually within two days.

Got ribs? Try delicious BBQ ribs, chicken and their famous pulled pork from Memphis, Tenn. Mmmm! They all come cooked with all the seasonings and you can order side dishes also.

Steaks from Omaha? Oh yea, one of my favorites. Steaks, boneless pork chops, boneless chicken, gourmet hamburger and even stuffed potatoes. There are desserts and appetizers to choose from and of course side dishes and seasonings.

Got someone you love who likes seafood from Florida? The best seafood on the planet comes from Key West. Stone crab claws and lobster make great gifts. You can also choose from a variety of fish. My fav’ is Yellow Tail Snapper. Gaaawwwd it tastes like candy! In addition, you can pick from Dolphin, (no not Flipper, dolphin the fish), Grouper and Red Snapper. The shrimp is deep water, caught in 1500 ft, and tastes like King Crab.

So there you have it. Finish your Christmas shopping off in an hour and, by the way, don’t forget to send yourself a little something while your at it. Merry Christmas!

1 Comment so far

  1. SD (unregistered) on December 5th, 2006 @ 1:53 pm

    Shopping online really is awesome and easy.

    I like how most places have no tax because you get it from a different state, and shipping fees really dont account much since you dont have to drive anywhere and you can offset it by using coupon codes which are usually found, not to mention using services like Froogle gets you cheaper than retail prices.

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