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Nassau Gamecock 08-24-2014 07:40 PM

Who's cooking what for Thursday
 
Darling wife is in FLL; I might just go out to Outback, get a bar seat and watch. Since I have to go onto Dish (thanks to the good graces of a fellow Gamecock) or get it thru a streaming site, I don't know if I want to trust it at home.
6 pm is tough- grill a steak at half time?

The Yancey 08-27-2014 01:28 PM

Re: Who's cooking what for Thursday
 
I'll be too nervous to cook. I'll pro'lly catch the first half with the alumni group and the second at home.

eightohhthree 08-27-2014 02:49 PM

Re: Who's cooking what for Thursday
 
Bar Food

CockyInTexas 08-27-2014 03:27 PM

Re: Who's cooking what for Thursday
 
Pork ribs. Made some homemade mustard sauce the other day, might as well use that up too, since no one in this state knows what bbq sauce is supposed to taste like.

thekob 08-27-2014 03:45 PM

Re: Who's cooking what for Thursday
 
I'm making some pimento cheese for work tomorrow, and that's the most notable thing. It went around really well last time.
It's basically this recipe:
http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/fo...-Cheese-102560

except I added some sliced thin green onions, a good sized squirt of that pressed garlic that comes in a tube, smoked paprika and (per the recipe) cayenne pepper. I used Duke's mayo per every southern's suggestion ever.

Last time I made it I mixed everything but the grated cheese ahead of time and let it sit in the fridge about 24 hours, figuring it'd let the flavors meld. I guess it turned out well.

I'll try to get more exact ingredients and let yall know the results.

We also found out that pimento cheese is awesome on bacon-flavored Ritz crackers, just FYI!

Besides that, for the actual game my wife will make her guacamole. I never really liked guac until I had hers. She uses Hass avocados, fresh cilantro (or the tube stuff if there's no fresh cilantro to be had) some salsa and Nature's Seasons.

Besides that we'll have ham sandwiches from a Honeybaked from dinner yesterday probably. I'm thinking of making them paninis but can't think of anything else to put on there besides cheese. Any suggestions?

markp_vip 08-27-2014 04:10 PM

Re: Who's cooking what for Thursday
 
I'm usually too nervous to eat much on Gamedays, at least till after we win. Not to mention, I'm going to be pushing it just to make it home before I miss too much of the game. Gotta cut out early and pray for no traffic. 5pm CST is a terrible time to start a game.

NOLACOCK 08-27-2014 04:26 PM

Re: Who's cooking what for Thursday
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by markp_vip (Post 4237742)
I'm usually too nervous to eat much on Gamedays, at least till after we win. Not to mention, I'm going to be pushing it just to make it home before I miss too much of the game. Gotta cut out early and pray for no traffic. 5pm CST is a terrible time to start a game.

Agreed. Just hoping to catch kickoff. May have to eat afterward.


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