Food for the Hoh Down.

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  1. Jerry Daschofsky

    Jerry Daschofsky Moderator Staff Member

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    LOL J. Michelle, alot of people say that. :)

    Got it Blake, going to update in a second.
     
  2. Jerry Daschofsky

    Jerry Daschofsky Moderator Staff Member

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    Ok question for those who are buying in for food. Anyone can't stand hot/spicy and allergic to shellfood like shrimp and crab?
     
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    I'm a one star * wimp Jerry. It's nice to have *stars* on the side to add to taste. Over two stars and I start sweating so much I can't see my food.

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  4. jeff bandy

    jeff bandy Make my day

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    1 star wimp all the way. Never will understand why people like to punish themselves so. Oh wait, It's a bunch of fly fish steelheaders.
     
  5. Evan Burck

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    It's one of those things you build a tolerance to. 4 or 5 star typically isn't that painful for me. If you can stand the heat, there's a lot of flavor in a good hot sauce.
     
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    1 star, the owner of the local Thai resturant always laughs at me cause I'm a wimp and my wife gets the spicyest "thai" 5 star curry.
     
  7. J.Michelle Swope

    J.Michelle Swope Yes, I said "bobi-cator"

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    Love it all, the hotter the better :)
     
  8. Evan Burck

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    Looks like Jerry should just make a special batch for J.Michelle, O-Rad, and myself.
     
  9. Jerry Daschofsky

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    LOL guys. I'm with Evan. Grew up eating spicy. So for me I love the taste heat has with it. Not a problem though. I'm more worried on the shellfish. Thursday night may be a low country boil. I would have to do two pots anyways if I did. So could do one standard (which has heat) and a 1 star wimp pot. LOL
     
  10. Evan Burck

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    Only problem I have with shellfish is that I typically eat far too many when they're available.
     
  11. Jerry Daschofsky

    Jerry Daschofsky Moderator Staff Member

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    If you've ever had a LCB there is enough extras in it to fill you up. :)
     
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    Count me for the spicy pot. One problem with having a 4 year old is that you can't make anything spicy enough at home.
     
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    More stars, clear skies! Clear skies, cooler temps. Cooler temps, better flows. Better flows, better fishing. Better fishing, happy anglers. Happy anglers, better stories. Better stories, more beer. More beer, more stars.

    Bring in the four star pot, seems like that can bring it all together and around again.
     
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    3-4 for me chef J.
     
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    Eric, remember those spicy hot wings from Pizza Hut? Are you sure you can handle a 3-4? Just saying!
     
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    Hell yeah on the one star pot!
     
  17. bitterroot

    bitterroot Love vintage graphite!

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    I found this archived photo of Jerry D. cooking at the first Hoh Down, circa 1910.
    Things have gotten a little more organized since this photo.
    Looks like Cream of Wheat is back on the menu boys!!!!
    View attachment 38315
     
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    :rofl::rofl::rofl::thumb:
    Good one Lonnie:thumb:
     
  19. Ed Call

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    Bitterroot, I'm listening to the Big Burn right now on my commute to and from work. So do you think it was Jerry D that sparked the first blaze in 1910? I was a bit worried that my cooking canopy would go up in flames last year!
     
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    bitterroot Love vintage graphite!

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    Actually, this is a 1910 photo of Patrick Grogan (in the white apron) in Avery, Id. He was hired to cook for the fire crews during the big burn.
     

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