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Looking for volunteers to cook dinner for CF '09

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bigerik

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Post Sun Sep 28, 2008 6:03 pm

Re: Looking for volunteers to cook dinner for CF '09

How about doing steaks one night. Easy enough to do. No huge prep time. Could we swing a bunch of decent steak like Delmonicos or something?
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Post Sun Sep 28, 2008 6:09 pm

Re: Looking for volunteers to cook dinner for CF '09

Actually, that is what I spoke to Ray about today...
He has offered to do his:

"Petite Fillet" with his Crown, Honey, and Peppercorn marinade.
That kicked ass this year Ray !!!! Mmmmmmmmm
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Post Sun Sep 28, 2008 6:27 pm

Re: Looking for volunteers to cook dinner for CF '09

Toy Maker wrote:Actually, that is what I spoke to Ray about today...
He has offered to do his:

"Petite Fillet" with his Crown, Honey, and Peppercorn marinade.
That kicked ass this year Ray !!!! Mmmmmmmmm


Well, that beats the crap out of the steaks I was thinking of making.... :D
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Post Sun Sep 28, 2008 6:53 pm

Re: Looking for volunteers to cook dinner for CF '09

I just added a 2nd dish for myself...
My kids asked me to add one of the dishes that they really like, that I make once in a while. It's super easy... pretty much, throw everything in a pot, and let it simmer for an hour or 2

Beef Meatballs slow cooked in beef gravy, over egg noodles.

Angelic also wants me to make a desert I got off my mother.
Rasberry/jello/creamcheese mold, and a
Orange/jello/creamcheese mold
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Post Sun Sep 28, 2008 7:09 pm

Re: Looking for volunteers to cook dinner for CF '09

Toy Maker wrote:Actually, that is what I spoke to Ray about today...
He has offered to do his:

"Petite Fillet" with his Crown, Honey, and Peppercorn marinade.
That kicked ass this year Ray !!!! Mmmmmmmmm


I only took half of my cutting board with me for CF08, guess I'll have to bring the rest of it for CF09 !!!! Bring on those steaks baby !!!!!!!!!!! LOL!!!!!!!

What you say guys !!!!!!!!
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Post Sun Sep 28, 2008 8:08 pm

Re: Looking for volunteers to cook dinner for CF '09

bigerik wrote:How about doing steaks one night. Easy enough to do. No huge prep time. Could we swing a bunch of decent steak like Delmonicos or something?


I've done alot of research into the 'Delmonico' steak. I'f someone wants to do it maybe we could talk Eddie into cutting them, the cook of the day could pound them down and do the prep and we all could enjoy your work. I love eating someone elses cooking.

ray
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Post Sun Sep 28, 2008 8:10 pm

Re: Looking for volunteers to cook dinner for CF '09

Toy Maker wrote:Actually, that is what I spoke to Ray about today...
He has offered to do his:

"Petite Fillet" with his Crown, Honey, and Peppercorn marinade.
That kicked ass this year Ray !!!! Mmmmmmmmm


I'll be doing my garlic mashed potatoes and roasted asparagus too. And if you ask nicely maybe a couple of carrot cakes.

ray
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Post Sun Sep 28, 2008 8:51 pm

Re: Looking for volunteers to cook dinner for CF '09

I'll be doing my garlic mashed potatoes and roatsed asparagus too. And if you ask nicely maybe a couple of carrot cakes.

ray


I think Rainwoman said that the carrot cakes are for TNRabbit. :D

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Post Mon Sep 29, 2008 10:04 am

Re: Looking for volunteers to cook dinner for CF '09

My wife has volunteered to make up some baked Ziti...
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Post Mon Sep 29, 2008 9:08 pm

Re: Looking for volunteers to cook dinner for CF '09

Toy Maker wrote:I just added a 2nd dish for myself...
My kids asked me to add one of the dishes that they really like, that I make once in a while. It's super easy... pretty much, throw everything in a pot, and let it simmer for an hour or 2

Beef Meatballs slow cooked in beef gravy, over egg noodles.

Angelic also wants me to make a desert I got off my mother.
Rasberry/jello/creamcheese mold, and a
Orange/jello/creamcheese mold


Do you see a trend here?

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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Post Mon Sep 29, 2008 9:23 pm

Re: Looking for volunteers to cook dinner for CF '09

If people can stand chillie and soup in the same meal I can do it. MMMMMMMMMMMMMM YUM YUM, over rice and with crackers!!!!!!!!!!!!!! \:D/ \:D/
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Post Mon Sep 29, 2008 9:27 pm

Re: Looking for volunteers to cook dinner for CF '09

I wish they had a big hole in the ground up there, we could cook a whole( litttle) hog, but the ground is so hard and rocky I dont see that happein`. Would be easy and we could all sit around and watch it cook while we got drunk!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! or at least happy. ToyMaker gets to make the desert Eclair cake.
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Post Mon Sep 29, 2008 10:08 pm

Re: Looking for volunteers to cook dinner for CF '09

DaveS wrote:I wish they had a big hole in the ground up there, we could cook a whole( litttle) hog, but the ground is so hard and rocky I dont see that happein`. Would be easy and we could all sit around and watch it cook while we got drunk!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! or at least happy. ToyMaker gets to make the desert Eclair cake.


A truly inspired idea!
No way to make it happen? (the hog part, not the drinking... :) )
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Post Mon Sep 29, 2008 10:20 pm

Re: Looking for volunteers to cook dinner for CF '09

That ground is so hard and rocky it would take a week to dig a pit the right size, about 4X5X5. Know anyone with a backhoe? And we would still need some big rocks for the inside. Football size. AND a mountian of firewood. I don`t think they would let us do it but it would be fine eatin`. Potatos, carorts, and just about anything else you wanted to stick in it.
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Post Mon Sep 29, 2008 10:23 pm

Re: Looking for volunteers to cook dinner for CF '09

NO NO NO NO...

Keep It Simple

Just throw some ham hunks in the oven....
Whatever you do in life will be insignificant, but it's very important that you do it... because nobody else will.

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SHUT UP AND ENJOY THE MUSIC!
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