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Old 09-16-2013, 05:42 PM   #131
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I forget, football...that's the one played with the round orange ball, right?
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Old 09-16-2013, 05:57 PM   #132
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FrankZ, we don't usually see Browns games up in MA and we don't have cable. (*gasp* I know! ) I was glancing at CBS's "Gametracker" while listening to the Indians game online. Baseball is my #sport, especially since we watched our son play HS varsity those three years the Browns were gone. It's not the same when you spend all your time watching guys play for the love of the game instead of the love of the dollar.
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Old 09-17-2013, 01:18 PM   #133
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We got Detroit this week.
After much research, it is a toss up between Detroit Coney Dogs or a massive Maurice Salad.
Couple of links to the recipes I am lookin' at:
Lafayette Coney Island Sauce for the dogs
Maurice Salad
There seems to quite a bit of disagreement on what each of these dishes consist of.
I am leaning toward using ground beef hearts for the Coney Sauce, but if I tell Mrs Hoot what it is she will likely give me that sideways look that she has and say "PASS!"
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Old 09-17-2013, 01:50 PM   #134
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I've got mine picked out for the Vikings.
Now to find a wooden bowl and spoon
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Old 09-17-2013, 03:23 PM   #135
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Ha, A wooden bowl and spoon. Well, don't spill the beans quite yet. It's too early in the week.

I 've got my Brown's menu picked too. Not the ingredients picked up yet though.

I wlll say, this week I get to play, come hell or high water. Last week I got side lined. This week I am prepared.
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Old 09-17-2013, 04:15 PM   #136
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Two years ago when the Browns had a bye week I made pierogies and lake Erie perch. Which is pretty much a regional dinner from Buffalo to Cleveland, lol.
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Old 09-17-2013, 05:01 PM   #137
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When I first did a search for foods Cleveland is famous for, Pierogies is the first thing that came up. I have never made pierogies, and knowing how well my raviolis stick together, I am going for something in a little different direction and more do-able for me.
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Old 09-17-2013, 05:08 PM   #138
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Two years ago when the Browns had a bye week I made pierogies and lake Erie perch. Which is pretty much a regional dinner from Buffalo to Cleveland, lol.
Hey, that could go all the way to Detroit!
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Old 09-17-2013, 05:18 PM   #139
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We got Detroit this week.
After much research, it is a toss up between Detroit Coney Dogs or a massive Maurice Salad.
Couple of links to the recipes I am lookin' at:
Lafayette Coney Island Sauce for the dogs
Maurice Salad
There seems to quite a bit of disagreement on what each of these dishes consist of.
I am leaning toward using ground beef hearts for the Coney Sauce, but if I tell Mrs Hoot what it is she will likely give me that sideways look that she has and say "PASS!"
Can't say that I blame her. Don't you just love the unspoken language of long married couples? Rolled eyes, side looks, deep audible sigh, etc.
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Old 09-17-2013, 05:37 PM   #140
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Okay, look back and reread. So let me try to understand. You cook a dish of the opposing team's city, that your home team is playing.

So we are playing Tampa Bay this coming Sunday. Any of our Floridian members playing on this thread? I wonder what they will cook for New England. They have six states to pick from. I would suggest Maine and lobster. But closer to home there are Boston Baked Beans with Cod Fish Cakes. You have to include fish in there somewhere. Happy Cooking as Jacques Pepin would say.
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