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Fiddle heads taste like lawn clippings. it really is only a way to ingest butter and lemon.
Dulse is another story. Imagine the smell of the Bay of Fundy (or other large body of water) at low tide and imagine eating a pair of socks that have marinated in tthe water. Thats dulse. salty, fishy, stinks and has a poor texture. It is served dried, and used somewhat like chewin' t'bacca.
I did not think that Fredericton would be mistaken for interesting places. Here are the answers to the clues.
1) The first picture is Old Govenrnment House. It is the official home of the Lt Governor, and technically the Queen's when she visits.
2) Is a picture of the Beaverbrook Art Gallery.
3) The name on everything that is not Irving is Beaverbrook or Aiken after Max Aiken. He was born here and became a Lord.
4) This is a picture of some of the homes on the main street in the city.