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VERY low key this year - just my bride and me probably ordering a pizza. Too much going on lately so looking forward to chillin' on the couch and just watching what will hopefully be a great game!


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Sauce-injected and smoked hot wings. And plenty of beer. Big Grin


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Leaving tomorrow morning for Fla, going for stone crab claws to start with grilled steaks to follow, sides undetermined yet. Opening a Mag of SQN Raven Syrah with steaks (thanks to LBJ and our Bama / ND bet Winner )


Enjoy!

The stone crabs are good this year.
 
Posts: 6526 | Location: Palm Beach | Registered: Nov 08, 2001Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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chili, ribs and guac
 
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beer, wings, beer, burger, beer, nachos, beer

Did I mention beer? Anchor Steam in honor of the winning team.
 
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Home-made pizza and a decent Napa Cab in honor of the 49'ers!
 
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Pinty's buffalo style wings, nachos and beer. Looks like a theme is developing.


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Baltimore style pit beef sandwiches.
 
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Trying to do something to honour the cities of both teams and the host city so I'm doing red beans and rice and pit beef sandwiches. Others are in charge of the San Francisco side of the equation, but I know some sourdough will be involved.


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relaxing at home for the game with chili. Made it today so I hope the flavors amp up a bit...I hope!
 
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Ordering pizza tomorrow after a daytime trip to the Field Museum.
 
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Just me and the family hanging out at home for the game. We decided to make wings, pigs in a blanket, and guacamole.
 
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It's my MIL's birthday so doing a birthday/SB combo today. Wife's aunt and uncle are also coming, as they are down for the season. Having 2-3 in thick ribeyes and lobster tails. Wines still undecided as I will give them some choices and go with what they want.
 
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Having 2-3 in thick ribeyes and lobster tails

Damn! All the flights to south Florida are booked solid today! Enjoy the food, family and game.


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Having 2-3 in thick ribeyes and lobster tails

Damn! All the flights to south Florida are booked solid today! Enjoy the food, family and game.


Thanks Dokta. We'd love for you to visit!
 
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Beef Bourguignon. The house smells wonderful.
 
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Mexican-style queso fundito.

mmmmm....chorizo....


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Is that football game TODAY??


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We grilled today, including jumbo shrimp, calamari and rainbow trout.
 
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Well I think PURPLE has put together the following:

* Crab Cakes (in tribute to both teams)
* Buffalo Wings
* Pinwheels
* Berger cookies

All homemade today of course.

Plus the requisite chips and dips, nachos, etc...

We're definitely opening a Merry Edwards Sauvignon Blanc to go with the crab cakes. A selection of beers will handle the heavy lifting during most of the game. Who knows what else will get opened.


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Beef Bourguignon. The house smells wonderful.


Same here, TLV! It's effing awesome. Don't care about the game though. Razz
 
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Leaving for Florida tomorrow, grabbing some stone crab claws and beers on the way to the house.


I think I might be able to help with the Pan, Pam dilemma
 
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Beef Bourguignon. The house smells wonderful.


Same here, TLV! It's effing awesome. Don't care about the game though. Razz


Wow me too. Ina's Garten version. Delicious. A year later. Big Grin


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I have orders from five(5) clients tomorrow. In all total, it's +/- 400lbs/each ribs and chx wings, +/- 200lbs/each Italian beef and sausage; my salads: chopped and capri (both on steroids, not as simple as you would expect), cole-slaw, baked-beens and mac'n'cheese. A whole bunch of corn-bread. Also a stupid huge tiramisu and 100 freaking spring-rolls. I've been up since 9 this morning, I'll get back to bed after the game tomorrow.


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Dungeness crab legs, spring rolls, wings and veggies with assorted dips.
 
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