Mall Discount Liquors US Map & Phone & Address

Mall Discount Liquors US Map & Phone & Address

202 Ale wife Brook Pkwy. Cambridge; (617) 864-7171

Lots of bargain wines in this large store next to the Stop & Shop in Fresh Pond.

Reservoir Wines and Spirits

1922 Beacon St, Brookline; (617) 566-5588

A large selection of wines at discount prices, for the student crowd in Cleveland Circle.

Sav-Mor Discount Liquors

15 McGrath Hwy. Somerville; (617) 628-6444

A huge, no-frills warehouse with great monthly specials.

Brookline Liquor

Mart Free weekly wine tastings, plus their very own Bargain Basement

Upper Falls Discount Liquors

150 Needham St. Newton; (617) 969-9200

Fits right in on Newton’s discount mile stretching from Route 9 to Route 128.

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Recently, the staff manning a remotely-controlled camera on an oil rig in the North Sea were amazed to see one swim past their camera at well over l00 metres. Eggs of the guillemot, along with the eggs of many other birds, formed part of a very lucrative trade in the 1800s, when people from the coastal villages collected them in their thousands. Some were kept for local consumption, but the vast majority were sent down to London to be sold in gentlemen’s clubs for a lot of money. They were often used to make puddings while the eggs of the gulls were boiled and eaten cold for breakfast. Many wealthy families considered them a luxury when eaten like that. They are said to taste very nice when eaten cold, but have a very strong tangy flavour when they are still warm. The fowlers used to place narrow planks of wood from Staple Island across to the Pinnacles, then more planks from one rock to another, before clambering around precariously with their baskets, collecting the eggs. The Pinnacles are a major breeding area where at least a thousand pairs of guillemots cram together with hardly a body’s length between them, so the collectors must have had a field day. The guillemot is the most sociable of the auk family and unlike most birds, is tolerant of its neighbours, in spite of the vocal uproar and gesticulatory movements in the densely-packed colonies. It is surprising that the chicks, which take around 16 days to fledge, are able to breathe, let alone be reared successfully.

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