I spent a pleasant 20 minutes at Capt'n Chucky's in Blue Bell (Route 202 near Route 73) today. I was given tastings of numerous items, every one of which was so delicious that I couldn't resist purchasing them all.....plus some unbreaded, creamy lobster cakes. Useful cooking tips were provided to ensure that I would get maximum pleasure from my purchases. I brought my feast home and treated myself to a heavenly lunch for less money than a mediocre lunch would have cost at a nearby restaurant. Chucky's shrimp salad is excellent! The jumbo shelled shrimp with Sami sauce (horseradish, cream and seasonings) were huge and exceptionally flavorful. The Sami sauce is a wonderful dipping sauce with just the right amount of kick (spice, life!) and it'll sure to go perfectly with meats and other fish. The jumbo assorted grapes (in what I call "heavenly sauce") were dusted with pecans, comprising a refreshing, delicious dessert! Lastly, I purchased lobster cakes which I'll bake/broil for dinner tomorrow night. The cakes aren't huge but they are loaded with chunks of lobster and if they are as good as the other items I purchased, they will be well worth the money. After my pleasant shopping spree at Chucky's, I stopped at the Pepperidge Farm outlet in the next door shopping center. Lucky me! It was Senior Citizen Discount Day and I've just turned 65. I saved enough money at Pepperidge Farm to offset the extravagance of Chucky's......but since when is excellent food extravagant!