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  • Forget the game, what are ya eating during the stomach bowl?

    I mean Super Bowl!

    Me- beer and lots of it, Jolly time fresh popped popcorn and taco's- shell, seasoned meat and cheese heated up in oven to a melted crunchy slice of heaven and then we gotz lettuce,tomato, avocado and salsa and more beer. Monday i will be a bloated mess and wont remember the game.
    phsstt!

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    Slow-smoked spare ribs over a mix of apple and peach wood (7 hours approximately), Italian sausages, burgers, dogs, crabs, steak, crab dip, chili con queso, mac & cheese, southern drop biscuits, iced tea, bbq baked beans, salmon and rotissierie chicken. I think there is a salad in there somewhere. This doesn't include the gallons of all sorts of libations. I've already called the hospital since an M.I. is entirely possible by about half-time. Im with a group of about 50 people in front of a massive screen with sub-woofer upon sub-woofer.

    p.s. funny you started this thread. I was actually about to post the same thing.
    If you're ever walking down the beach and you see a girl dressed in a bikini made out of seashells, and you pick her up and hold her to your ear, you can hear her scream.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Dietmar239
      Slow-smoked spare ribs over a mix of apple and peach wood (7 hours approximately), Italian sausages, burgers, dogs, crabs, steak, crab dip, chili con queso, mac & cheese, southern drop biscuits, iced tea, bbq baked beans, salmon and rotissierie chicken. I think there is a salad in there somewhere. This doesn't include the gallons of all sorts of libations. I've already called the hospital since an M.I. is entirely possible by about half-time. Im with a group of about 50 people in front of a massive screen with sub-woofer upon sub-woofer.

      p.s. funny you started this thread. I was actually about to post the same thing.
      That sounds great but as your friend i would suggest spring water and ride a stationary bike during the game, what to you say? :P
      phsstt!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by SQUACKEE
        Originally posted by Dietmar239
        Slow-smoked spare ribs over a mix of apple and peach wood (7 hours approximately), Italian sausages, burgers, dogs, crabs, steak, crab dip, chili con queso, mac & cheese, southern drop biscuits, iced tea, bbq baked beans, salmon and rotissierie chicken. I think there is a salad in there somewhere. This doesn't include the gallons of all sorts of libations. I've already called the hospital since an M.I. is entirely possible by about half-time. Im with a group of about 50 people in front of a massive screen with sub-woofer upon sub-woofer.

        p.s. funny you started this thread. I was actually about to post the same thing.
        That sounds great but as your friend i would suggest spring water and ride a stationary bike during the game, what to you say? :P
        Hmmm...stationary bike. Can you bbq that?
        If you're ever walking down the beach and you see a girl dressed in a bikini made out of seashells, and you pick her up and hold her to your ear, you can hear her scream.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Dietmar239
          Originally posted by SQUACKEE
          Originally posted by Dietmar239
          Slow-smoked spare ribs over a mix of apple and peach wood (7 hours approximately), Italian sausages, burgers, dogs, crabs, steak, crab dip, chili con queso, mac & cheese, southern drop biscuits, iced tea, bbq baked beans, salmon and rotissierie chicken. I think there is a salad in there somewhere. This doesn't include the gallons of all sorts of libations. I've already called the hospital since an M.I. is entirely possible by about half-time. Im with a group of about 50 people in front of a massive screen with sub-woofer upon sub-woofer.

          p.s. funny you started this thread. I was actually about to post the same thing.
          That sounds great but as your friend i would suggest spring water and ride a stationary bike during the game, what to you say? :P
          Hmmm...stationary bike. Can you bbq that?
          :lol: :lol: Yes but first gallons of libations, of course.
          phsstt!

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Dietmar239
            spare ribs
            Italian sausages
            crabs
            crab dip
            chili con queso
            mac & cheese
            southern drop biscuits
            bbq baked beans
            salmon
            salad
            Each of those things LITERALLY makes me gag :shock:
            I'll stick with the popcorn and sodas!
            (Maybe a Ring Ding if I'm feeling especially naughty.) :twisted:

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            • #7
              I'm going to eat whatever Mrs. tandfman feels like cooking that night. I don't watch the game so it's no different from any other night. Last year, we took the opportunity to go out to dinner at a restaurant that's normally difficult to get into, particularly without reserving well in advance. Of course, it was half empty. This year we'll probably just stay home and go about our business.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Marlow
                Originally posted by Dietmar239
                spare ribs
                Italian sausages
                crabs
                crab dip
                chili con queso
                mac & cheese
                southern drop biscuits
                bbq baked beans
                salmon
                salad
                Each of those things LITERALLY makes me gag :shock:
                I'll stick with the popcorn and sodas!
                (Maybe a Ring Ding if I'm feeling especially naughty.) :twisted:
                I guess it takes the right cook. 8-)
                If you're ever walking down the beach and you see a girl dressed in a bikini made out of seashells, and you pick her up and hold her to your ear, you can hear her scream.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by tandfman
                  I'm going to eat whatever Mrs. tandfman feels like cooking that night. I don't watch the game so it's no different from any other night. Last year, we took the opportunity to go out to dinner at a restaurant that's normally difficult to get into, particularly without reserving well in advance. Of course, it was half empty. This year we'll probably just stay home and go about our business.
                  Hubba, hubba, i hope business is good. 8-)
                  phsstt!

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                  • #10
                    Greul. Please sir, some more Actually, my old stamp club in San Jose decided that Super Bowl weekend would be a good time to have their national show. Dates didn't conflict with other shows :shock: I will be going up tomorrow to help with the donkey work of setting up exhibit frames and mounting exhibits. I will probably wander to a TV wel after the Steelers have picked the wings off the Cards. I don't really have a dog in the fight, so not a total crusher. My new club here in San Diego had their national show last week, so I got to see the last 5 minutes of Pitt-Balt. I did see most of the Cards-Philly, and all the scoring. Life goes on. Under normal circumstances, we usually make a nacho variation. A burrito filling (beans, meat, chilies) is cooked, covered with cheese which gets a quick broiler trip. Serve with chips, salsa, guac, chopped onions/scallons, tomatoes, sour cream, olives. Keep the Anchor Steam coming. Actually, with the shitty hops situation in the US (pulled out the hops to grow corn for ethanol, Miller & Busch got long term contracts on most of what remains), British beers are cheaper here in San Diego than local craft beers. Been drinking lottsa Bass & Newcastle Brown.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by mike renfro
                      . Been drinking lottsa Bass & Newcastle Brown.
                      Two fine English ales. Been hitting Newcastle after a run lately. Very drinkable but not without some subtle but good brown ale notes.
                      phsstt!

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                      • #12
                        Marlow- do you ever get invited over to friends for dinner? Do they know you won't eat anything?

                        We aren't friends of course :wink: ( I am trying to get in with the in crowd here so pretend you don't know me okay?) but I have no clue as to what I would serve if you came for dinner. Keeping in mind that we like to eat real food.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Dietmar239
                          Slow-smoked spare ribs over a mix of apple and peach wood (7 hours approximately), ....
                          Am I the only guy on the planet who has no use for slow-smoked ribs?

                          Give me a roaring mesquite fire and flame some baby backs for 20 minutes or so; outside charred, inside still with some integrity and need to be ripped off the bone.

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                          • #14
                            Who's up for the Bacon Explosion?

                            http://www.nytimes.com/2009/01/28/dinin ... ?_r=2&8dpc

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                            • #15
                              omigod! I think I just died and went to heaven! I roasted a 70-pound pig in my caja china last fall... next up a bacon explosion!

                              caja china video
                              https://www.lacajachina.com/v/vspfiles/ ... owdown.wmv

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