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Old 03-24-2005, 11:19 PM   #41
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I'll bring potato salad, deviled eggs, and cheesecake.

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Old 03-25-2005, 10:49 AM   #42
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Glad you enjoyed it sarah!! I'm eating a real piece of it right now!!
i want the real one ,i want the real one ...
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Old 03-25-2005, 10:50 AM   #43
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Mud, I'll play some country too! I'll probably get some hate but it's just the country boy in me! Sarah, I can't do Bryan Adams cuz it reminds me of Prom '92. "Everything I do, I do it for you!"
no problem,i love country too,how about playing shania twain...and then blake shelton....
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I will bring a big bowl of macaroni salad. For dessert how about a Dutch apple pie!!
at last someone thought of bringing an apple pie,coooool...
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I'll bring potato salad, deviled eggs, and cheesecake.

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put some chocolate int the cheesecake
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Old 03-25-2005, 11:06 AM   #46
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ok, lemme at the grill. i'm making 2 plattters.

grilled dirty pork chops and pickled hot peppers, savory rice and fried plantains.

grilled chicken thighs topped with thai sweet chilli sauce, grilled in-husk corn on the cob, and prosciutto wrapped grilled asparagus.
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Old 03-25-2005, 11:26 AM   #47
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ok, lemme at the grill. i'm making 2 plattters.

grilled dirty pork chops and pickled hot peppers, savory rice and fried plantains.

grilled chicken thighs topped with thai sweet chilli sauce, grilled in-husk corn on the cob, and prosciutto wrapped grilled asparagus.
love fried plantains and grilled chicken thighs,looks like we r in for a treat here bucky! ummmm,can you share your recipe for the thai sweet chili sauce by any chance,would love to try it with meats...
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i've never made it from scratch before sarah. i usually buy 2 types, mae ploy brand (hotter) and maggi brand (sweeter).

it is a thick apricot like sauce (a lot like saucy susan), with crushed red pepper flakes in it. hot and sweet at the same time. goes great on grilled chicken....
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i've never made it from scratch before sarah. i usually buy 2 types, mae ploy brand (hotter) and maggi brand (sweeter).

it is a thick apricot like sauce (a lot like saucy susan), with crushed red pepper flakes in it. hot and sweet at the same time. goes great on grilled chicken....
ok ...the next time i go to walmart,gonna look for the mae ploy brand,because i prefer hotter,the hotter the tastier...
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I brought two new picnic Tables I just made Buckytom I'll be over there in a jiffy to help man that grill we can shoot the breeze I brought 2 cases of Coors in the Bottle.
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cool beans maidrite. i could go for a case o' cold ones right about now.
i think i'll slip some skewered squids on the grill too. need a big bunch of cilantro to go with it...
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i want the real one ,i want the real one ...
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I posted the recipe in Desserts under Cakes if you want it. It was real easy to make, the longest part was waiting on it to bake!
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Here's one for you Buckytom "POP" I have my grilling hat on now. Let me at some of those squid.
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Norge, do your homework before you buy the wine!!! I'll admit that I'm embarrassed, I just yoinked a bottle off the shelf and it turns out that the wine hasn't matured. Valuable lesson learned!!!
Oregon wines are getting a lot of recognition in NY where they are wine snobs (no insult intended). I will bring a variety, some of which will be from Trader Joe''s who has some wonderful wines, affordable ones, from Argentina and Chilean coast. GOOD STUFF>
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I'll bring baked beans , and kielbasa with onions and green peppers, and my potato salad.

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Ok need some brats smothered in onions and simmered in beer and then I'll thow them on that grill you got going.
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Pasta salad is here!!!! And a TON of deviled eggs. Oh yeah it just wouldn't be a party without SPINACH DIP!!
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*sneaking a big spoon into PT's spinach dip while nobody's looking*

thumper, are your brats about done? Cuz I wanna throw some of that Costco pineapple with some brown sugar on the grill for dessert.

Will someone please light all the tiki torches?
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i just did....
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Old 03-28-2005, 03:32 PM   #60
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thanks, sarah! anyone want a slab of this grilled pineapple? I've got some sliced yellow pound cake here to slap it on top of, plus caramel sauce......
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