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Post Wed Sep 19, 2007 2:51 pm

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Ok guys, here we go...
I will keep the 1st post up to date as much as possible, as the menu is added to and changed.
Magnaryder, HouseMouse and I will be hashing out the menu, with the help, and advice of the rest of the forum...
So advize away !!!


So far, the menu consists of:

Breakfasts:

Prime Rib and Eggs along with French toast made from fresh baked bread, peaches and blueberries.
NEED MORE IDEAS GUYS ?!?!?!

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Lunches:

Seafood Bisque
Clam Chowder (possibly)
"Surf and Turf" lIf the funds are available, I would love to see it for lunch one of the days.... ??

??Buffalo and BBQ wings with blue cheese and ranch dips. Plus celery and carrots.
Cheese/hard salami/crackers/veggies??


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Dinners:

Chicken Parmesean w/sweet itialian sausage on a bed of angelhair pasta and an amazing blend of meat sauce and freshly grated parmesean... and guaranteed, (the best garlic bread you have ever had)

Prime Rib with smoked asparagus in garlic and olive oil, and a spinich salad with a honey/mustard/bacon dressing with freshly grated parmesean and croutons.

Pork Tenderloin in a rootbeer reduction, garlic mashed potatoes and fresh creamed corn....goes great with watermelon.

Honey/peppercorn T-bone bathed in Maker's Mark lightly charred,served with grilled mushrooms and onions, homemade bread, baked beans and/or rice pilaf with a fresh greens salad with a raspberry and balsalmic vinagrete.

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Deserts

Carrot cake
Cheese Cake with a Blackberry
Eclair Cake


Munchies


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List to grow and be revised
Last edited by Toy Maker on Wed Sep 26, 2007 8:44 pm, edited 3 times in total.
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Post Wed Sep 19, 2007 9:06 pm

More seafood bisque... PLEASE....Magnaryder
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Post Wed Sep 19, 2007 9:10 pm

Yeah, I gotta admit that shiznit was off the hook! Plus it's a great "grab me" snack. Could you slow cook it in the slow cooker [7qt.] so it's ready whenever for whomever?
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Post Wed Sep 19, 2007 9:11 pm

Do y'all like SPICEY food? Bobbie and I love to make Ethiopian food (she lived there for 2 years, when she was a "military brat".), but about 75% of the dishes are at least "whoah" hot, and a few are "HOLY S#!^" hot...

We also like to make a Szechaun Chinese dish called "Ma-Po Dofu", which is ground pork, tofu, some veggies, and a REALLY spicey (and slightly sweet) brown sauce. If you dig Szechaun, this dish is the shizznit... :)

We'd LOVE to do one dinner next year if y'all dig hot stuff. If not, we can make either dish, toned down for the "western palatte" too, but they're not nearly as much fun... ;)

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Post Wed Sep 19, 2007 9:53 pm

If you dig Szechaun, this dish is the shizznit... Smile

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Post Wed Sep 19, 2007 10:07 pm

I'll be working with the 'crew' to formalize next years menu, and any offers of help will be kindly accepted....Dreamer..hint,hint. I don't do Tofu but the idea of some burn-your-face-off food intrigues me.

Here's some other ideas we came up with before leaving Monday....

James offered Chicken Parmesean

Prime Rib with smoked asparagus in garlic and olive oil, and a spinich salad with a honey/mustard/bacon dressing with freshly grated parmesean and croutons.

Pork Tenderloin in a rootbeer reduction, garlic mashed potatoes and fresh creamed corn....goes great with watermelon.

Honey/peppercorn T-bone bathed in Maker's Mark lightly charred,served with grilled mushrooms and onions, homemade bread, baked beans and/or rice pilaf with a fresh greens salad with a raspberry and balsalmic vinagrete.

Hungry yet?

We'll redo the Seafood Bisque, Carrot cake, and Ill do a Ceese Cke with a Blackberry Coulis and maybe we should add another soup...
...ideas will be entertained

This is just spit-balling at this time...but I would like to know if anyone has food allergies or something they REALLY can't eat.

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Post Wed Sep 19, 2007 10:32 pm

How about some Robique ?
Slap it on a piece of Bred & Butter and grab a Beer..............OH MY GOD !
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Post Wed Sep 19, 2007 10:41 pm

Magnaryder wrote:Prime Rib with smoked asparagus in garlic and olive oil, and a spinich salad with a honey/mustard/bacon dressing with freshly grated parmesean and croutons.

That's for breakfast, right?
In search of accurate reproduction of music. Real sound is my reference and while perfection may not be attainable? If I chase it, I might just catch excellence.

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Post Wed Sep 19, 2007 10:59 pm

Damn, I just ate and I'm hungry again. I'm making the next one if for nothing else than the food!

I'm another non-tofu eating mofo. If you ever saw, nay smelled that stuff being processed, you'd never touch it again.

Food allergies......yeah, garlic. I only come out at night....LOL.
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Post Thu Sep 20, 2007 8:41 am

I can't eat real spicy foods at all... I really don't even like pepper on my food. Can't say I am down with the Tofu thing either...
Dice up a few pounds of Fillet, and throw it in there, and we might be getting somewhere.

I'm a real pain in the ass when it comes to food. Captin Crunch, Italian (no alfredo), Fillets, Godiva, whole milk, REAL butter, white bread...
Fuk all that green leafy crap... that just fills you up before you get the good stuff.
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Post Thu Sep 20, 2007 10:25 am

I'm not even sure what half that stuff you guys named is! :-k
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Post Thu Sep 20, 2007 11:17 am

F1nut wrote:I'm another non-tofu eating mofo.


Yeah. I dated a vegetarian briefly, and that stuff smells something awful.
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Post Mon Sep 24, 2007 8:48 pm

On a previous episode of Carverfest '08....

Bill and jesse wrote

F1nut wrote:
I'm another non-tofu eating mofo.


Yeah. I dated a vegetarian briefly, and that stuff smells something awful.


and James threw in....

I can't eat real spicy foods at all... I really don't even like pepper on my food. Can't say I am down with the Tofu thing either...
Dice up a few pounds of Fillet, and throw it in there, and we might be getting somewhere.

I'm a real pain in the ass when it comes to food. Captin Crunch, Italian (no alfredo), Fillets, Godiva, whole milk, REAL butter, white bread...
Fuk all that green leafy crap... that just fills you up before you get the good stuff.


I'll take care of the folks that can't eat the stuff that's off the beaten path and fix y'all something special out of my bag of tricks 8)

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Its going to be used equipment when I sell it, so it may as well be used equipment when I buy it.

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Post Mon Sep 24, 2007 9:35 pm

He!! I'm easy, steak and taders. Fancy it up all you want as long as there's steak and taders under there some where.
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Post Tue Sep 25, 2007 6:46 am

Ray's a man that knows how to cook. Put Makers Mark on anything and it tastes great. O:)
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