FOOD! (The REAL THING!)

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Re: FOOD! (The REAL THING!)

Postby jamundsen » Sun Aug 29, 2010 6:06 pm

How about a gas grill?
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Re: FOOD! (The REAL THING!)

Postby BruceDow » Mon Aug 30, 2010 3:41 am

That would be helpful.

Thanks.
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Re: FOOD! (The REAL THING!)

Postby Roberta » Mon Aug 30, 2010 5:47 am

I'll bring an omelet pan, a spatula, a bowl and a wisk to whip the omelets up with. An extra pan would be good.

I heard someone was bringing paper plates and plastic utensils. Will there be some available for the breakfast on Saturday?

I could hard boil the eggs a day or two before the G4!! :lol: :roll: :roll: :lol:

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Re: FOOD! (The REAL THING!)

Postby upspirate » Mon Aug 30, 2010 9:00 am

All the plates and stuff will be there Fri afternoon until Sun morn,and will leave enough for Sun breakfast if we leave before breakfast is over

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Re: FOOD! (The REAL THING!)

Postby kcooper » Mon Aug 30, 2010 6:34 pm

I will plan on bringing a pork tenderloin for either Friday or Saturday evening.

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Postby Bill Edmundson » Mon Aug 30, 2010 7:20 pm

Kenny

Thanks. I'll get with Bill Shaw and we'll try to balance things out.

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Re: FOOD! (The REAL THING!)

Postby ttownshaw » Tue Aug 31, 2010 7:41 am

Thanks all for your patience...been on the road again.

I'll work through all the food stuff today.
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Re: FOOD! (The REAL THING!)

Postby ttownshaw » Tue Aug 31, 2010 7:49 pm

Long post but covering a lot of stuff.

Okay all, this is what I have people counted in for:

Friday Night:
Low Country Boil - KenS
Brunswick Stew - Bill E
Gumbo - Jeff
15 bean - Bill S
Pork Tenderloin - Kenny Cooper


Saturday Breakfast:
Country Skillet - Bill Shaw
Eggs and Omlets - Dave Grason, Roberta and Rich
Waffles and Sausage - Kevin Brown


Saturday Lunch:
Provided by Glen L - Gayle
loaded nachoes and cheese - darthplywood


Saturday Supper:
Boston Butts - Allen and Sherry
Sakai Salmon - Bill Shaw
Rump of Axis - Dave Lott
Chowda - Bill E
vegetable beef stew, chili or bean soup or something - Chris


Sunday Breakfast:
Canadian Pancakes - Bruce Dow and the Canadian Contingency


Support Stuff:
Plates, Napkins, Cups, Cooking Stuff...Warren, Roberta, Bruce
Gas Grill - John Amundsen
Electric Griddles - several but need a couple more
Electric Roaster - Bill Shaw
Coffee Makers - Bill E and Butch Barto
Wines - Kevin Brown
Keg - ?????
Extension Cords, Power Strip - Bill Shaw
Gas Heater - Bill Shaw

I'll be there a couple of days early. If I don't hear a commitment on the keg then I'll pick one up locally and leave a tip jar for contributions. My feeling is we are still missing out on some non-main dishes...it is somewhat potluck so if you want to add to this please do so. I still see a need for other drinks (water, tea, pop, OJ...) if you bring your own just bring a few extra to share. I don't think anyone is going to go hungry but let's make sure everyone chips in a little. If you are not bringing any food then help someone cook, set up, clean up and so on.

I broke my coffee urn pump thingy so if someone else has one then please bring it. Also, I'll keep an eye on the weather...right now it looks to get a little chilly at night for us southern folk so I'll plan on bringing my 80K space heater. If someone can bring a 17 lb canister of propane I'd appreciate it as all I have now is a 100 lb tank and it's a lot heavy to move around!

Again, I re-read everything but If I missed something then let me know or copy/paste and add it in. Also, if I have you down for cooking something on a day that is not convenient for you then please let me know.
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Re: FOOD! (The REAL THING!)

Postby kens » Wed Sep 01, 2010 6:28 pm

"If someone can bring a 17 lb canister of propane"

What is that? I heard of 20lb bottle of gas, LP gas, bottled gas, propane bottle, etc., etc.
What is a 17lb canister?

I use bottled gas, propane, or whatever to do Low Country Boil. Except that I have a 30lb bottle.
If, you can use it, I'll have some.
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Re: FOOD! (The REAL THING!)

Postby ttownshaw » Wed Sep 01, 2010 6:34 pm

Great, thanks kens! Yep, I know...everyone calls them 20 lb'ers but they are actually 17 lbs...don't ask why cause I don't know. I find it odd because a 30 lb tank is for 30 lbs...same for 100 lbs. But a 20 lb tank only holds 17. Stranger more is the cost to refill a 17 lb tank is about the same price to exchange one...not true for a 30 lb or 100 lb. I'll bring a wrench and adapter hose. Thanks!

....back to the shop for me...got to hurry, only 21 days before I'm on the road to TN.
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Re: FOOD! (The REAL THING!)

Postby Bill Edmundson » Wed Sep 01, 2010 6:43 pm

Kegs... Bud Wilson is in hte beverage business in Jasper TN (very close). He may be able to help us out. Ken has been great for 3 years hualing them from Savannah. But, if we can take that off Ken and help a builder that is good. We have seed money from last year. (I paid the $0.38 income tax on it.)

I have cast iron griddle that I think will fit on my propane grill. I'll check. I aready cleaned and seasoned it!

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Re: FOOD! (The REAL THING!)

Postby Bob Maskel » Fri Sep 03, 2010 10:48 pm

I just got back and saw this too...I have a propane camp stove and griddle I will bring...I will also help cook breakfast on Saturday and also on Sunday if our northern brothers need/want help...

(If I get on a ladder I can see Canada from here, so maybe that'll be good enough, eh? And instead of Tim Horton's coffee, how 'bout a couple hundred of those Timbits!!! :D )

I also have a small mini-Weber grill if needed...charcoal...that I can bring if anyone wants to use it...or if we are short of stuff I can bring brats and/or dogs to grill...

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Re: FOOD! (The REAL THING!)

Postby Roberta » Sat Sep 04, 2010 4:09 am

Hi Bob,

Your help will be most appreciated on Saturday.The camp stove will be very helpful. I have a propane tank I can bring, if needed. Dave Grason will also be helping out and bringing some goodies to put in the omelets. I will be bringing 5 doz. eggs, 4 lbs of butter, and 4 loaves of bread. I will bring an omelet pan, mixing bowl, wisk and spatula.

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Re: FOOD! (The REAL THING!)

Postby BruceDow » Sat Sep 04, 2010 5:36 am

Bob Maskel wrote:And instead of Tim Horton's coffee, how 'bout a couple hundred of those Timbits!!! :D

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I'm sure I could smuggle in a couple of hundred TimBits... but if I only brought 200, what would the REST of you eat? :wink:
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Re: FOOD! (The REAL THING!)

Postby DaveLott » Sat Sep 04, 2010 5:40 am

Being we are now up to 75 posts with less than 3 weeks to go, I believe our real interest in eating and not boats. :lol:

And what is TIMBITs - sounds like KibbleBits :lol:
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