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Re: Jam food

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I think I will make chili! On a serious note I'll make some lentil soup festooned with oregano and bay leaves.

Posted on: 2012/2/14 11:53


Re: Jam food

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If I make it I'll be bringing Bacon Bourbon Jam.

Posted on: 2012/2/14 12:38


Re: Jam food

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Backstraps from this kid

Posted on: 2012/2/14 15:41


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MattBoyer wrote:
Hmm, I may and or may not have helped develop the 8 time state champion chili recipe at Kipona fest in Harrisburg. I guess I could whip up a gallon or two.

Boyer



If this is true, I've had that. AND DAMN that is good stuff.

Posted on: 2012/2/14 19:51


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Boyer want to put 5 bucks on it ?

Posted on: 2012/2/14 22:57
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If I can find the time before the jam, I'll smoke some salmon bellies also.

Posted on: 2012/2/15 13:29
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i may do some pulled pork, we'll see.

Posted on: 2012/2/15 20:38


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I'll throw together a batch of Buffalo Chicken Dip.

Posted on: 2012/2/15 20:44


Re: Jam food

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Looks like we got a good menu going so far!

Posted on: 2012/2/17 0:33
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Re: Jam food

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I'll bring Oreos and chipped ham.

Posted on: 2012/2/17 4:55


Re: Jam food

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Oh, and beer for the Oreos.

Posted on: 2012/2/17 4:56


Re: Jam food

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Bump up

Posted on: 2012/3/16 21:46
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On the Jam thread there has been a lot of talk about a chili cook off. I am interested in doing it if anyone else is. It seems that a lot of people are bringing chili so it should be a hit. This is just a bit of the conversation but I thought it would fit here in the food thread as well.

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Jack, its just a thought, but if there is a chili competition. Voters could cast there ballot with a fly. One fly, one vote. The greatest chilli chef could get nice little collection for his fly box!


I think voting with flies is a great idea! Now the question is do I make the chili onsite and miss out on some good fishing or do I make it before I leave and try to hold it that long? If it's the option of holding it in a cooler for 2 days I don't think anyone will be giving me any flies!

In all seriousness though, how will the cooking arrangements be made? I know there is a grill under the pavilion and if it is a matter of calling dibs on it, then "DIBS". Do any of the participants or bystanders have turkey fryers or butane/propane stoves that are big enough for a stock pot? To make enough chili for everyone we are talking at least 2 gallons of chili per participant. Dudes, beer and chili = a lot of chili eaten! Regardless of the arrangements I am in. I will do a trial run on my camp stove and see if I can cook the necessary volume on it. If not I'm up for borrowing a turkey fryer or a large burner.

Should we start a separate thread about this topic to get an idea of who is in and what equipment is needed and/or loaned? I think I may be more excited about this than the fishing. The fishing has really sucked the last 2 years!

Posted on: 2012/3/17 14:33


Re: Jam food

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I camp a lot throughout the summer months and I always make chili in a a 4qt cast iron oven hung from a tripod over a fire. Ive never considered doing this at the JAM because im usually fishing til dark. I get back to the CG at 10. Eat a ham sammich, grab a sixer and head to the pavilion.

2 things I know to be true, 1. Bruno will leave your good alone because he usually has a steak at all hours he's not fishing and 2. Im eating whatever David brings.

Posted on: 2012/3/18 0:23


Re: Jam food

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If I ate chili all weekend my innerds would revolt and my waders would fill up with enough gas to put Range Resources out of business. I may, since everyone seems into the culinary socialism thing, whip a big batch of jambalaya on site for one for the weekend nights.

Posted on: 2012/3/18 0:45



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