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Old 04-07-2005, 06:15 PM   #2051
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Hmmm...I tried to post and it gave me an error screen...Trying again...
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Old 04-07-2005, 06:51 PM   #2052
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Alix I would LOVE some lasangna!! What kind is it? Also so sweet and sour soup would be great!

Anyone know how to make sweet and sour soup?

Bang..... it gets cold over here. How could a gator survive here? I dont think its safe for us to have little gators running around!
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Old 04-07-2005, 07:02 PM   #2053
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But its a coffee mug catalog. Are there mugs that look like shoes? I know I wouldnt want to even THINK about drinking ANYTHING out of a shoe!
never mind.


Bang, does the gator barrier hold in the wee gators, or do we have to look in the corners of the cafe regularly? Good thing my gym is upstairs!

BTW - today I took my kids to a bakery (old bakery/new owners) in our little town's village. They have 3 pound loaves of anything you can imagine, and lovely round rolls for filling with chili & soup.
The wonderful owner gave (not sold, gave!) me 2 bags of dinner rolls: sourdough & squaw. YUM! She has a customer for life!
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<<jkath unties RSGA and lays it on the bar. She grabs a water bottle, a towel and heads upstairs to the gym>>

There's a big prime rib in the oven, folks, and I've made some creamy dill carrots to go with it. The fresh rolls are on the counter, if anyone's hungry.
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Old 04-07-2005, 08:11 PM   #2055
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i did a leg of lamb with rosemary and some minted peas. the late night crew loves my lamb. gotta mash my redskins.
bang, can't we just eat that big 'ol gator's tail?
frog legs are selling for a good price, too; we can have that for a dinner theme one night.
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Old 04-07-2005, 08:55 PM   #2056
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BTW - today I took my kids to a bakery (old bakery/new owners) in our little town's village. They have 3 pound loaves of anything you can imagine, and lovely round rolls for filling with chili & soup.
The wonderful owner gave (not sold, gave!) me 2 bags of dinner rolls: sourdough & squaw. YUM! She has a customer for life!
I see how it is! I have given you my warm buns before and I didnt even get a thank you!
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Old 04-07-2005, 09:25 PM   #2057
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There's a big prime rib in the oven, folks, and I've made some creamy dill carrots to go with it. The fresh rolls are on the counter, if anyone's hungry.
later guys!
Did someone say prime rib Love it Reminded me of a fav restaurant years ago called Gulliver's. We'd order the prime rib, yorkshire pudding & think it came with creamed spinach or creamed corn. DELISH
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Old 04-07-2005, 09:41 PM   #2058
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oh yum cinnamon rolls, love 'em. bang you're still keeping that crocigator away from me right? *nervous laugh*
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Old 04-07-2005, 09:48 PM   #2059
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Can I tempt anyone with their (Gulliver's) menu?


DINNER MENU
STEAKS OF ACCLAIM

CHATEAUBRIAND

Center cut tenderloin, served with a truffle sauce.

$27.95

"PRIME" NEW YORK STEAK

16 oz cut served with your choice of herb butter or pepper style.

$32.95

FILET MIGNON

10 oz. Prime filet with seasoned herb butter, or béarnaise sauce.

$26.95

PORTERHOUSE

A 20 oz. cut, served with cognac pepper sauce.

$31.50

AGED CHARBROILED RIB EYE

The pride of the house! Served with port wine mushroom sauce.

$28.95



PRIME RIB OF BEEF

Served with Gulliver’s Famous creamed corn, spinach, creamed horseradish, au jus and Yorkshire pudding.

GULLIVER'S PRIME CUT $25.95
A generous portion, fit for a king.
TRADITIONAL ENGLISH CUT $25.95
Thinly sliced English style.
BROBDINGNAGIAN (BROB-DING-NA-GIAN) $33.95
The biggest, best and bone in.









ENCORE SPECIALTIES




COLORADO RACK OF LAMB

Glazed with rosemary sauce, served with vegetables and potatoes

$29.95

ROASTED LONG ISLAND DUCK

With apple compote, red wine cabbage and lingonberry sauce

$21.95

CHEF RAMONE'S CHICKEN BREAST
Stuffed with artichoke hearts, Portabella mushrooms and sun-dried tomatoes.

$20.95

STUFFED "IOWA" PORK CHOP
A double thick pork chop, stuffed with Shitaki mushrooms and Marsala sauce.

$20.95

BBQ PRIME RIB BONES
Served smokey BBQ sauce, french fries and cole slaw.

$19.95

VEAL OSCAR

Served with asparagus, crab leg meat and garlic béarnaise sauce.

$25.95

BABY BACK RIBS
A full slab of succulent ribs with twice baked potato and cole slaw.

$23.95

GRILLED VEGETABLE PLATE
Fresh vegetables, marinated with herbs and vinaigrette.

$17.95

HOUSE BBQ COMBO
Rotisserie chicken, beef ribs and baby back pork ribs

$23.95

ROTISSERIE CHICKEN
Marinated in herbs, cooked to perfection

$19.95

GULLIVER’S DESSERTS

ENGLISH TRIFLE(Specialty of the House)

Layers of sponge cake, Bavarian cream, raspberries and whipping cream laced with sherry wine.

$6.75

CRÈME BRULE

Creamy custard pudding, filled with raspberries and caramelized sugar crust.

$6.75

CHOCOLATE CAKE

Layers of dark and white ganache, served in espresso cream sauce.

$6.75

N.Y. STYLE CHEESECAKE

Classic N.Y. style cheesecake, in a raspberry melba sauce.

$6.75

CARROT CAKE

A traditional favorite, topped with a rich cream cheese frosting.

$6.75

CHOCOLATE FLOURETTE

Almond flour combined with sweet chocolate, served with vanilla sauce.

$6.75

CHOCOLATE MOUSSE
Served with a raspberry melba sauce.

$6.75

Bread Pudding

Served warm with Jack Daniel's sauce and topped with whipped cream.

$6.75
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Whos Gulliver? And why would we pay for food when we get all our food for free?
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