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Post Wed Jun 11, 2008 9:23 pm

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Well, sir that's not what we are going to be having for dinner. [Yuck!] Less than three months to go. Post away and give your input or deal with the gourmet dishes we have planned.
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Post Wed Jun 11, 2008 9:34 pm

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Magnaryder wrote:
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MaddHouseMouse wrote:Have you done a veal parmesan? My mom used to make it when I was a kid, loved it. A great sauce can hide a multitude of sins 8)


Veal or Chicken... same thing to me in the end.
I personally prefer chicken, veal isn't worth the $$ in my opinion.
I will make it once in a while, but am never THAT impressed with it.
Chicken, is ALWAYS better in the end... much bigger, juicier, and softer. Just me I'm sure.
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Magnaryder wrote:I've got a hankerin' for a steak and eggs breakfast. I like Tom's idea of Prime rib for b-fast too...hmmm...Prime Rib and Eggs along with French toast made from fresh baked bread, peaches and blueberries.

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Hey Ray if you like steak and eggs and are thing of trying something new try skirt steak with your eggs, hell you can even throw it on a roll and that make a hell of a breakfast! Eddie!
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Post Wed Jun 11, 2008 10:26 pm

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Well, sir that's not what we are going to be having for dinner.


Nor breakfast, lunch or snacks. Have you ever smelled tofu as it's being processed? I can only discribe it as a combination of a decomposing corpse, rotten fish, ass and rotten veggies. Gawd awful smell.
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Post Thu Jun 12, 2008 1:42 am

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I would rather deal with the tofu than have to deal with a beef stroganoff M.R.E. as it's about half way done heating. (Anyone who relates to this is considering a trip to the toilet now)

From what I have read and heard I am quite pleased that I will not be asked to show anyone how to use their MRE heater to either heat food or make a small explosion. It will be very nice to go somewhere and have great food! That is an interesting concept for me. You would be amazed at some of the things, stuff, and items that I have consumed spending 22 years at about every racetrack you can think of. Have you ever heard the term "mystery meat?" Well that is exactly what some racetracks serve.
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Post Thu Jun 12, 2008 9:24 am

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How bout a nice baked country ham that could be sliced up for breakfast biscuits? Not all may like it, but us southern boys do.
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Post Thu Jun 12, 2008 10:13 am

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Boy, that reminds me of growing up in Richmond, VA. Smithfield ham on biscuits - yum. True story. I went back to visit my parents and brought a lady friend with me when I was in college. We went to a little place for breakfast that I used to frequent on the Midlothian Turnpike (lots of truckers went there, too). Anyway, I ordered biscuits and gravy, and she ordered ham and eggs, and inquired about grits. She asked the waitress, "How many grits do you get with with that?" The waitress just turned and looked at me and said, "She's not from around here, is she honey?"
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Post Thu Jun 12, 2008 11:52 am

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Grits, sweet tea and a slab of ham, the breakfast of champions.
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Post Thu Jun 12, 2008 12:21 pm

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F1nut wrote:Grits, sweet tea and a slab of ham, the breakfast of champions.


Oh yeah ??? 8-[

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Post Thu Jun 12, 2008 6:49 pm

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Magnaryder offers.......the following



Breakfast option #1

Prime Rib and French Bread French Toast with fresh peaches and blueberries w/ egg(s) of your choice.

Breakfast option #2

3 or 4 Egg Omlets with bacon(smell it cooking Kimmy?), sausage, chorizo, fresh green peppers, onions and mushrooms smothered in a white or red wine sauce with a bowl of fresh strawberries and cream.

Breakfast option #3

Chunked Beef Tenderloin served in Homefried Potatoes covered in my country gravy and a nice aged sharp cheddar with Bacon Fried Cornbread and honey/maple butter.

Breakfast option #4

Dinner plate sized Pancakes with a Black Raspberry reduction swirled in them. The Eggs of your choice and Rye (or your choice) of toast with honey butter.


for the evening....

Dinner option#1

Honey Peppercorn Porterhouse Steak smothered in Maker's Mark, Garlic Mashed Potatoes and Asparagus roasted in garlic and olive oil, fresh bread or rolls and a 3-berry pie ala mode.

Dinner option #2

Grilled Chicken in a sweet rub and mopped with a homemade sauce, boiled Red Potatoes served in butter and chives.....and .... (drum roll please) my Carrot Cake.

Dinner option #3

Swordfish or Shark in an Italian marinade then char-grilled, Grilled Sweet Potatoes, Spinach salad with eggs, tomatoes and croutons in my honey/mustard/bacon(do you hear it sizzling Kim) dressing, and Vanilla ice cream swirled with fresh fruit and a home-made whipped cream topping(altitude permitting).


Dinner option #4

We'll start with an Amaze-buche of grilled Portabello Mushrooms stuffed with Crab Meat and a Brazed Scallop(or something else for you MHM) topped with a reduction of your choice(as long as it's rootbeer, sarsparilla(as long as I can still find it)or black cherry), Grilled Beef Tenderloin served with a crab in white wine sauce topping, a sweet corn soufflé, Fresh Green Salad and a blackberry tort or Bourbon baked apple crumble.



last year's attendees scroll down, i didn't forget you.




........enough Seafood Bisque to feed 30 for several days.



ray
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Post Thu Jun 12, 2008 8:51 pm

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Damn Ray, you're like my new best friend........well, except for the garlic. Us vampires have a tough time with that stuff, makes me sick. Did I say, damn Ray, you're like my new best friend!?! I better bring my fat boy clothes....LOL






James......yep!
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A doctrine fostered by a delusional, illogical minority and rabidly promoted by an unscrupulous mainstream media, which holds forth the proposition that it is entirely possible to pick up a turd by the clean end.



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Post Thu Jun 12, 2008 9:17 pm

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Hey Ray what can you do with a burger? I just had to ask! LOL! Eddie!
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Post Thu Jun 12, 2008 9:35 pm

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Eddie wrote:Hey Ray what can you do with a burger? I just had to ask! LOL! Eddie!


Eddie, got something for ya :-) You're gonna dig it

ray
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Post Fri Jun 13, 2008 11:02 am

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F1nut wrote:Damn Ray, you're like my new best friend........well, except for the garlic. Us vampires have a tough time with that stuff, makes me sick. Did I say, damn Ray, you're like my new best friend!?! I better bring my fat boy clothes....LOL






James......yep!



Glad you like the offerings Jesse. This is only preliminary, as of yet we haven't heard from alot of the attendees or Mr. Carver. We'll finalize this as CF approaches.

ray
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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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