Meat in the Firehall

Discuss the latest prepared disaster by the chief (oops... or was that 'the chef'?). Success stories welcome as well...
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bestcoast
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Postby bestcoast » Mon May 08, 2006 9:29 pm

FFWannabe wrote:So does this mean no one is going to want my breaded tofu recipe any time soon!!! lol ;)
It Wouldn't even make it into the kitchen sue!!!...lol....BC......

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Postby FFWannabe » Mon May 08, 2006 9:40 pm

But it's sooo good with pan steamed spinach and portabello mushrooms, add a little hot sauce and some Chinese cherry sauce... Yummmmmm!!!

hahahaha... okay, okay, so I'll be sure to bring the steaks! ;)

Sue :)

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Postby ABFF37 » Mon May 08, 2006 10:14 pm

FFWannabe wrote:But it's sooo good with pan steamed spinach and portabello mushrooms, add a little hot sauce and some Chinese cherry sauce... Yummmmmm!!!

hahahaha... okay, okay, so I'll be sure to bring the steaks! ;)

Sue :)
Here are a couple of tips if you want to serve that in the firehall...

#1 don't tell anyone it's tofu
#2 serve it on top of a big hunk of medium rare meat
#3 make about double what you think would be more than enough...

Do these three and you should be golden ;)

AB :D

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Postby North_of_60 » Thu May 11, 2006 3:57 pm

Meat Good.

Marjories Inuit Doughnuts that she brings to practices on a regular basis. Very Good

Meat and Marjories Doughnuts. The best.
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Meat

Postby Hosehog176 » Mon May 15, 2006 12:53 am

Well the wife came to the Fire Hall today because it was my duty weekend & she decided to cook Brecky for all the boys. ( sorry no girls in our dept yet ). She made us ham & cheese omellets, bacon breaky sausage, hot italian sausage, ham, 4kg of hashbrowns with fried onions & toast. Need less to say but the boys told her she has to come & cook on all our duty weekends. just a side note but our budget for food was $50 for the day we blow that out the water ( $100 ) :D good old A crew we alway blow the budget. Yep we love our meat.
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Postby Shane54 » Wed May 24, 2006 12:54 am

So.... all the High River Crew, should I tell em about last weekend or do you want dibs.

Shane.


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