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Old 06-20-2016, 09:37 PM   #21
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Home run!!! Cowboy caviar is definitely a keeper. This stuff is awesome.
Yup...And nobody had to stand upwind.

Good taste is the enemy of creativity - Pablo Picasso

Picasso was creative.
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Old 06-20-2016, 09:56 PM   #22
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Yup...And nobody had to stand upwind.

Good taste is the enemy of creativity - Pablo Picasso

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Wifey B: I saw Head Mistress had posted. Knowing her normal proclivities and how her name was earned, I was a bit scared over her posting regarding snack foods...
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Red wine and orange colored Cheetos. You'll have fun the next day.
Don't forget the Limburger cheese and any dish with lots of beans. Bananas are also a favorite. An advantage to having lots of them is that they taste the same coming up as they do going down. Don't pay any attention to those who are 'afraid' of the mystical power of bananas on boats. It's hogwash!!
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The Cowboy Caviar sounds wonderful. I bet the Italian dressing really makes it.

I came up with a quick and easy dip that folks seem to like and it couldn't be easier. Buy a tub of Sabra Garlic Humus and mix in some wing sauce. Buffalo Garlic Humus.
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Wifey B: I saw Head Mistress had posted. Knowing her normal proclivities...
I don't ever recall anyone accusing me of having strong natural liking for something that is usually bad, or having a tendency to do something that is usually bad before. I try solve problems, not cause them.
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My all time favourite snack is king prawns stuffed with a dab of blue cheese, wrapped in prociutto, and grilled on the barbie or a minute or two.
Quick and easy, but soooo good!
I think we have a winner here!
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Old 06-21-2016, 01:59 AM   #27
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I don't ever recall anyone accusing me of having strong natural liking for something that is usually bad, or having a tendency to do something that is usually bad before. I try solve problems, not cause them.
Wifey B: Wasn't claiming bad, just your expertise when it comes to heads and crap and such, sort of the opposite of eating and food, although definitely tied together on a slightly delayed basis. Was just teasing.
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I like to serve soda crackers with peanut butter and sardines. They are just fine open face, or can be made into neat little sandwiches!
For a zesty change, substitut whole cuttlefish for the sardines.
I like to offer these to guests who are looking a little green, its a great way to "get things going".
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Bacon Wrapped Breadsticks - you'll have to search online for an exact recipe. I prefer using the thin breadsticks not the thick ones. They can be made ahead of time and served room temp.
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Let me ponder this while I go grab a snack. I'm now hungry from reading all these great ideas!
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Something that ALWAYS gets eaten is grill jalapeno sausage. Just light the grill. Throw a sausage link on. Over cook it....as in put a little crispy ash on it. And serve cut up into little medallions with regular yellow mustard. There is never any left over!!! Holmes or Chappel Hill are the local favorites. Prasek's too.

Also, Popeye's Fried Chicken!!!

If we are in the wine drinking mood....I will grill a filet....medium rare....cut it into think slices and serve it with Horseradish sauce...along with the crackers and cheese everyone mentioned.
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Something that ALWAYS gets eaten is grill jalapeno sausage. Just light the grill. Throw a sausage link on. Over cook it....as in put a little crispy ash on it. And serve cut up into little medallions with regular yellow mustard. There is never any left over!!! Holmes or Chappel Hill are the local favorites. Prasek's too.

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This shows how regional the answers to this are. Jalapeno sausage is always eaten in your region. Our guests would have no interest. We've never been exposed to Cowboy Caviar but sounds almost as bad to picky me as regular caviar does. Now we do have a couple of friends who love caviar, just not us.
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This shows how regional the answers to this are. Jalapeno sausage is always eaten in your region. Our guests would have no interest. We've never been exposed to Cowboy Caviar but sounds almost as bad to picky me as regular caviar does. Now we do have a couple of friends who love caviar, just not us.
Your guests have no taste!!!!....

Maybe if I gave it a fancy French name and put it in fine china and presented it in a fancy way they would like it???
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[QUOTE=Baker;453801]Your guests have no taste!!!!....

Wifey B: Omg....resist...resist...resist....you can only imagine the reply I have to that.

What was that commercial that dealt with good taste and tastes good....
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Maybe if I gave it a fancy French name and put it in fine china and presented it in a fancy way they would like it???
I left the first part to my wife. As to this, some would, some wouldn't. Our guests are all types. However, we definitely do not do five star white linen hotel on the boat. We do lots of grilling. Now among our friends we do have some gourmet chef types, but we get a bit of everything from southern down home cooking to Spanish (and I mean from Spain). Just no Tex Mex and no one into Jalapeno's or hot sauces. I worked with one former Texan who carried a bottle of hot Picante sauce with him most of the time and used it at nearly every meal.

I like my food rather simply prepared. I don't use sauce on anything. I would definitely be the blandest eater among us.
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I think that recipe of Peggy's sounds great. Very similar to a taco soup that my wife makes. I can't wait to try it!
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My all time favourite snack is king prawns stuffed with a dab of blue cheese, wrapped in prociutto, and grilled on the barbie or a minute or two.
Quick and easy, but soooo good!

Tried AusCan's suggestion last night...OMG Delicious!
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If we are in the wine drinking mood....I will grill a filet....medium rare....cut it into think slices and serve it with Horseradish sauce...along with the crackers and cheese everyone mentioned.
This, but we do it with Yum Yum sauce for dipping.
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Think I'll try it Friday

Come on folks, keep them coming. We can't let this thread die with less than 40 posts and rehash anchor stuff for 1,000 posts
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Come on folks, keep them coming. We can't let this thread die with less than 40 posts and rehash anchor stuff for 1,000 posts
How about this: Do folks with planing boats serve different types of food than folks with SD or displacement hull boats???....
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