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post #31 of 178
Right now, some gumbo sure would be good...
pass it around, 43 bottles of beer on the wall!!!!!!!!!
post #32 of 178
All right, are we all drunk already?

This message in particular denotes that because this is message #44 (unless I counted wrong) that there would be 66 bottles of beer on the wall left or.... 66 messages left to achieve the goal of 100 total....

"66 bottles of beeeeeer on the walllll"
post #33 of 178
Cuban Roast Pork Sholder with Apple-Herb Jus Lie, mashed sweet potatoes,and sauteed green beans.
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Don't Ride A Boat Without A Paddle.
If The Water Is Not Too Deep,
Take A Little Swim But Don't Fall Asleep!
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post #34 of 178
Chicken & dumplings, down home style!
M.W.H.
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M.W.H.
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post #35 of 178
Chicken & dumplings, down home style!
M.W.H.
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M.W.H.
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post #36 of 178
Somebody had better go pick up a few more cases of beer, because we seem to be going through them a lot faster than we should. Anyone sober enough to make a beer run?
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post #37 of 178
I'll make the beer run.... what types would you like me to bring back and do we need any snacks munch on?
Another Day, Another Battle.
Don't Ride A Boat Without A Paddle.
If The Water Is Not Too Deep,
Take A Little Swim But Don't Fall Asleep!
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Another Day, Another Battle.
Don't Ride A Boat Without A Paddle.
If The Water Is Not Too Deep,
Take A Little Swim But Don't Fall Asleep!
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post #38 of 178
Amber Bock, Abita Turbo Dog, Bud......
Really chunky pate and crusty bagette

[This message has been edited by shroomgirl (edited October 07, 2000).]
cooking with all your senses.....
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cooking with all your senses.....
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post #39 of 178
Better hurry back! Only 59 bottles left!
post #40 of 178
54 bottles of beer on the wall, 54 bottles of beeeerrrrr.....
It is sheer foolhardiness to be arrogant to a cook.
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It is sheer foolhardiness to be arrogant to a cook.
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post #41 of 178
66+44=110.....

Kahula, coffee and whole milk.....
Poached eggs and has browns with chantrelles and onions, sausage links and brioche toast with jam......no gross leftovers at my brunch.
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post #42 of 178
Bring back Catamount Porter, if you can find it, or any other dark beers.
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post #43 of 178
Mmmmmm...Anderson Valley's Hop 'Ottin beer would be good. How about some chicken curry? Hey, just how many bottles have we drunk? What number are we on?
post #44 of 178
Guiness and a fireplace!

Texas actually got cold last night! Yeah!
Sweet Dreams!!
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Sweet Dreams!!
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post #45 of 178
Half way 50
Guiness sounds pretty good or Chemay
Cold here tooo....ist hard frost of the year.....I've heard this 3 dozen times this week REAL topic of conversation with farmers.Wonder what chefs talk about as much???
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post #46 of 178
50 half way
Chemay please and a virtual fire in my non exsistant fireplace IT IS COLD>
Farmers mentioned this all week long.....wonder what chefs talk about?
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post #47 of 178
2 for 1.....it wasn't posting very fast
now 3for1 what a deal
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post #48 of 178
Foie gras! (Chef Chris did a great presentation at Les Nomades.)
post #49 of 178
Make mine warm with brioche toast, poached pears and bitter greens please with a nice Champagne.....
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post #50 of 178
Well I'm back from the Beer Warehouse! Brrrrrrrrrrrrr! Yeah it sure is cold in Texas! But you know what, so is the beer in my trunk! I brougt along some "coffee" and "menudo" also to help yall sober up! Enjoy, I know I will.

[This message has been edited by layjo (edited October 09, 2000).]
Another Day, Another Battle.
Don't Ride A Boat Without A Paddle.
If The Water Is Not Too Deep,
Take A Little Swim But Don't Fall Asleep!
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Another Day, Another Battle.
Don't Ride A Boat Without A Paddle.
If The Water Is Not Too Deep,
Take A Little Swim But Don't Fall Asleep!
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post #51 of 178
6 roasted pumpkin pies in the oven for 50 8th graders....and it's 5am....
Pie for breakfast isn't that a southwest thing?
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post #52 of 178
You guys are hilariouse!!!
Fresh baked rye,warm potato salad,garlic sausage,sour pickles and mustard with Spaten ur mazen It's october
Baruch ben Rueven / Chanaבראד, ילד של ריימונד והאלאן
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post #53 of 178
You guys are hilariouse!!!
Fresh baked rye,warm potato salad,garlic sausage,sour pickles and mustard with Spaten ur mazen It's october
Baruch ben Rueven / Chanaבראד, ילד של ריימונד והאלאן
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post #54 of 178
You guys are hilariouse!!!
Fresh baked rye,warm potato salad,garlic sausage,sour pickles and mustard with Spaten ur mazen It's october
Baruch ben Rueven / Chanaבראד, ילד של ריימונד והאלאן
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Baruch ben Rueven / Chanaבראד, ילד של ריימונד והאלאן
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post #55 of 178
Thread Starter 
Thanks everyone for your participation... let's keep going till we hit 100!!
post #56 of 178
Darn, layjo, are you back? I was going to ask you to get me some ice cream while you were out on the beer run.
I think we should take this party to a bowling alley...
post #57 of 178
Thanks for the java layjo
Baruch ben Rueven / Chanaבראד, ילד של ריימונד והאלאן
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post #58 of 178
Whooo Whooooooo!!!
post #59 of 178
Grilling goodness during 1st half football game:

beer-can chicken with curry-coriander rub, beer can goes in cavity, acts as vertical roaster, in a Weber it gets nice and crispy, uber-moist inside from the beer

1-1/2 inch thick sirloin, toasted cumin seed and black pepper ground and rubbed, with kosher salt; fired to crust on both sides then pulled off the hot spot, drop in the wood chips, slap on the cover, smoke-roast 20 mins to med rare, slice thin with fresh-cut salsa w/ mango and chipotle

Least that's what we had yesterday. Least that way when the Bills blow the game we can still be happy.
post #60 of 178
if one of those bottles just happens to fall, 27 bottles of beer on the wall!
bake first, ask questions later.
Oooh food, my favorite!


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bake first, ask questions later.
Oooh food, my favorite!


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