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Old 03-21-2009, 03:34 PM
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Just finished having some Stuffed Clams, Steamed Broccoli and two glasses of (Rodney Strong) Chardonnay. Now enjoying a Cappuccino with a Cannoli. And you had...
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Rib eye steak marinated in kinkomans teryaki sauce and Goya adobe seasoning salt, grilled over charcoal. Then smothered in onions sautéed in butter,olive oil,garlic,salt,pepper,little hot Chile paste.

Baked potato, and fresh green beans, and always....coke zero

Some home made strawberry short cake for dessert

It's always good at my house, I was a cook for 7 years
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Baked shrimp with butter/minced garlic/ Feta cheese broiled the last few minutes and tenderloin kabobs w/Bud Light
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leftovers Turkey, corn and potatoes ohh yeah and a salad!! Just put the kids to bed and now it's time to talk boats and fishing
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Burgers and Bud Light.
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Thanks Shady. You just reminded me. I need a beer!
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Spiedini a la Romana, home-made, of course.
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Burgers with mustard, chili, and slaw. Also seasoned shrimp cooked on the grill. Piggly Wiggly crinkle cut fries with some Natural Light.
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Admiral and I just finished 2 nice porterhouse steaks(my 2 labs are enjoying the bones) and we also had YFT and yellowtail sushi along with a salad.

I had a nice martini while grilling

Now it is time for a nice cigarand a soak in the hot tub
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Striped bass, flounder, hush pupies, green beans, mango tarts.....Lavazza Esspreso
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Frozen cheese pizza doctored up with garlic pepper, shrdded cheddar and Italian dry salami.

Beverage, Bud light. Boston cream pie for dessert.
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This guy from last night, blackened with mixed veggies, garlic smashed 'taters and I continued the same line of beer that I have been sipping on all day, Yuingling ...

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Cerviche appetizer, Paella a la Valenciana, Kistler Vineyard Chardonnay, NY Cheesecake with Irish Coffee
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There's a lot of good eats here, but.....dang that Redfish sure would taste great....
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Fried wild turkey breast-strips. Sprinkled with lemon-pepper & Tony Chachere's creole seasoning before battering. Potato salad & baked beans, biscuits. " A country boy can survive on that!"
Oh yeah, homemade iced lemon cupcakes for dessert.
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Originally Posted by TB Hawks View Post
There's a lot of good eats here, but.....dang that Redfish sure would taste great....


I would have to agree with that
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Fresh Bay Scallops sauteed in butter.

Fresh mussels steamed in white wine and garlic

Fresh Squid, cleaned, body sliced into rings, tentacles whole, sauteed in a beer garlic batter in a frying pan for about 60-90 seconds.

Along with a bottle of 2007 MUDD Vinyard Sauvignon Blanc

My wife and I couldn't eat it all so I had the leftover for breakfast this morning.

Tonight its going to be fluke from last august. Not sure yet how its going to be prepared.


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I have to agree as well, some of you ate really well. But I've got you all beat.

The mid afternoon started off with two 710 ml bottles of ice cold Coronas. Then followed by a half dozen 340 ml cans of Lake Port, three more 710 ml Corona beers, a 341 ml bottle of Molson Canadain, two OV's (beers), several more big bottles of Corona (none with fruit), two cans of Molson's Black Ice (750 ml) and for a night cap another 710 ml Corona. And for desert, it was all the laughter we could stomach.
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Hmmmmmm.....
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Originally Posted by Garett View Post
I have to agree as well, some of you ate really well. But I've got you all beat.

The mid afternoon started off with two 710 ml bottles of ice cold Coronas. Then followed by a half dozen 340 ml cans of Lake Port, three more 710 ml Corona beers, a 341 ml bottle of Molson Canadain, two OV's (beers), several more big bottles of Corona (none with fruit), two cans of Molson's Black Ice (750 ml) and for a night cap another 710 ml Corona. And for desert, it was all the laughter we could stomach.

100% liquid diets have been proven to be lacking in sustenance. How's your head?

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