This dish gained a bad reputation during the Seventies and Eighties because it was often cooked so badly – drowned in an overpowering sea of rich, cheesy sauce. If it’s made with a just a little sauce that’s been carefully flavoured with small amounts of mustard, tarragon and Gruyère, it’s still one of the best hot lobster dishes there is.
How profound Mr. Urban! » "To me, the core of Star Trek has always been that it’s about a group of people who aren't necessarily geared to get along perfectly with each other, but who always overcome their differences to defeat a common adversary. I see Bones as being the opposite extreme of Spock. If Spock is logic then Bones is humanism, and Kirk has to find the middle ground between the two to be a great Captain." - Karl Ur