Food for the Hoh Down.

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  1. Jerry Daschofsky

    Jerry Daschofsky Moderator Staff Member

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    Yeah I was playing with real coals in camp. I had one too many little diickels and the coals got away from me and started the big burn. But we did have a lot of charbroiled critters to eat afterwards. :)
     
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    How could you tell the difference between the critters?
     
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    :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

    Just think Jerry, there was an endless supply of dutch oven coals for cooking. Fill up a pot and set it just about anywhere! :rofl:

    But check out those old cast iron pots! Cool!
     
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    Ed, those wings were 12 star..had em since and they were tasty.
    Lonny, that is a truly cool pic..saved it as my puter background..thx.
     
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    You many *stars* guys crack me up. I like seasoned food such that the top of my head is sweating, and I guess it's not that big a deal when my eyes water and I can't see my food, but when my nose runs so hard the snot clogs up my moustache, ya' know, that just takes the fun right out of a meal.

    Reminds me of a story related by an Hispanic friend when he lived in New Mexico. He went to a friend's house for dinner, and the guy takes his shirt off in the dining room as his wife brings a towel and drapes it over his shoulders just before she places a bowl of jalapeno peppers on the table. My friend's friend said, "I like to sweat when I eat."

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  6. Jerry Daschofsky

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    If its really big we call it venison if its small we call it varmint. ;)

    Well IF I do a LCB I will do 2 pots. Some lkle heat some don't. So will plan accordingly. :)
     
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    Ok we are in the under 1 month deadline for the food buyin. You MUST signup on this thread if you plan to eat with us and get money to me (unless you already made arrangements). I'll only buy so much extra so if you show and haven't signed up and/or paid then you probably won't get fed. Check first page list to see if you are signed up and you will have a (paid) next to your name if I have payment.
     
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    I will send you paypal this weekend for the food.
     
  9. Ed Call

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    Jerry, posted it in the other Hoh thread. Will the kitchen area be tarped when I arrive later in the week, or should I be brining my pop up canopy again? I'll gladly leave it home if it is not needed.

    What other community stuff is needed? I'm trying to find a local source for a wood buy. Maybe a half or full cord delivered to the group site.
     
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    jeff bandy Make my day

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    I'll bring mine. It's a 12x12, little more room for the chef.
     
  11. Jerry Daschofsky

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    Ed go ahead and leave yours at home. Jeff does yours have sidewalls? I may bring a popup to put over the table.
     
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    Okay, mine stays at home unless otherwise informed. One less thing to put on my packing list.
     
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    jeff bandy Make my day

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    I have tarps that fit the sides. Chris is bringing the tarps Should have all that setup Tuesday or Wednesday.
     
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    Done, off my list of stuff to pack.
     
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    Jerry. I 'll get you @ Ft. Lewis. I spaced on this.
     
  16. Jerry Daschofsky

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    No problem Jason. Will put you down.

    I'll be sitting down to make the menu this weekend. I think I'll do that scramble I did the last mornin last year one morning. Everyone seemed to love it for being something I tossed together with leftovers. And of course Saturday nights feast will be identicle to last years. Think that'll be the yearly ritual Saturday dinner for the Hoh down.
     
  17. Jerry Daschofsky

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    St Patricks Day meal at the Hoh Down?????? Plus 2 week warning

    Soooooooo. What would you guys think about me possibly doing a traditional (or Americanized) Irish meal. Say maybe an Irish stew, some rolls (maybe soda bread, not sure yet), and of course some corned beef and cabbage?

    Also, we're down to the 2 week warning when I go to buy up most of the food. Only stuff I'm buying at last minute is literally the Ribeyes. So if you still want in on the food, I need to know ASAP via message here and/or payment.
     
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    That sounds great Jerry, I love the hash!!!!! Corned Beef that is.
     
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    Jerry, anything you make I am going to grub down with wild abandoned. It's all good!
     
  20. Jerry Daschofsky

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    I just want to make sure everyone would eat it. And yes next morning I'd make corned beef hash. :)
     

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