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everyone always does chili, poppers, wings, chips and dip, id go out side the box

 

jumbo shrimp wrapped in bacon grilled, right before there done hit em with a tiny bit of a good bbq sause

 

not a app but some jumbaliya (sp?) always good

 

big antipasto

 

oysters on the 1/2

 

cherry stones one the 1/2

 

nice home made clam chowder

 

scallops wrapped in bacon

 

crab cakes

 

fish cakes

 

 

over the top

some lamb lolly pops

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View Posteveryone always does chili, poppers, wings, chips and dip, id go out side the box

 

jumbo shrimp wrapped in bacon grilled, right before there done hit em with a tiny bit of a good bbq sause

 

not a app but some jumbaliya (sp?) always good

 

big antipasto

 

oysters on the 1/2

 

cherry stones one the 1/2

 

nice home made clam chowder

 

scallops wrapped in bacon

 

crab cakes

 

fish cakes

 

 

over the top

some lamb lolly pops

 

 

damm count me in what time should i be there.drool.gif

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here you go pig's in a blanket..if you make them fresh there alot cheaper than buying them in a box... 2 pack's of hot dog's of your choice and 4tubes you of cressent dough... each hot dog cut into 5-6piece's and slice stripes of dough and cook you will get around 80 piece's for 10-15 dollar's you can't go wrong.

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How about a big bowl of ceviche.

 

I made a batch and brought it to a poker game last weekend and it went FAST!

I used 1/2 lb of white gulf shrimp, 1/2 lb of dry sea scallops/ 2 lbs of fresh grouper.

I added 2 serrano peppers, 1 red bell pepper, 1 mango, 1 avacado, a big fistful of chopped fresh cilantro, 1 clove of fresh garlic, salt and pepper.

 

I cooked the shrimp and scallops first, then diced the raw grouper and let it soak in the juice of 4 fresh limes and 1 lemon. I then chopped and mixed all the other stuff and put it in the fridge for 2 hrs, tossing every once in a while to make sure everything is well mixed.

 

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View Posthere you go pig's in a blanket..if you make them fresh there alot cheaper than buying them in a box... 2 pack's of hot dog's of your choice and 4tubes you of cressent dough... each hot dog cut into 5-6piece's and slice stripes of dough and cook you will get around 80 piece's for 10-15 dollar's you can't go wrong.

 

 

actually, even better than that is use lil' smokies instead of hot dogs.

 

one tube of crescent rolls can do a package of lil smokies.

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View PostThats sounds like a menu for a Formal Dinner, not something I would do for a bunch of Freeloaders.pig2.gif

 

 

i guess you need diferent friends, nothing near formal about it, i like good food and all the crap just like everyone else does, but when i go to someones house , or they come to mine why not make something unusual, instead of ordinary, i wasnt saying make all of em, for 25-30 bux scalops or shirmp wrapped in bacon goes a long way, and 30 bux will make a ton of jumbolia SP? to make the normal stuff runs you 15 or so so why not spend a few bux more

no more differnent then plugs you need a new danny the shop has 2 left on the wall a gibbs for 26 and an rmsmith for 30 which one you gonna buy

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get a big tub of the very small mozzarella balls...

 

dry them real good....

 

roll in flour, dip in egg then italian bread crumbs (or finely grinded panko)...

 

deep fry.

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I'm usually one to go overboard in a situation like this but you have to try this:

 

Take a block of cream cheese(not lo fat)

Put it on a dish

Take a jar of hot pepper jelly and dump it on the cream cheese.

Scoop it up with nachos

You won't believe how good it is!heart.gif

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