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Post Re: What's cookin'?
mmmm, chili dogs!!

we did a beer butt chicken last year that was divine.

I'm thinking this year I'm going to pick up an assload of KC BBQ, briscuit or something like that...I know a few of you folks have expressed that you'd like to give it a try. Plus that's easy as s#%t, just heat it up and slap it on a bun.

The Travel Channel visited the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum In Kansas City on Sunday to record an upcoming episode of "Food Wars," in which five blindfolded tasters chose between plates of Gates and Arthur Bryant's barbecue. The series premieres on March 5; the Kansas City episode's air date has not yet been announced.


Tue Mar 02, 2010 10:28 am Profile
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:lol: :lol: :lol: bratwerst on drugs!


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Tue Mar 02, 2010 10:41 am Profile
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Post Re: What's cookin'?
Wed. B-fast--Dixie Cream Doughnuts and a bowl. Lunch--BBQ chickens,tater salad,Bush baked beans, and a bowl.Dinner--steaks,Salad,Baked tater,and a bowl.Thurs. B-fast--Bacon,eggs,grits,toast,Etc.Lunch--Burgers,hot dogs,chips,and Etc. From this point on its ever man for himself because the music will be starting soon.Alot of sandwiches after this! :P


Tue Mar 02, 2010 10:45 am Profile
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Post Re: What's cookin'?
I really don't want to do too much cooking although I love to eat. I'm thinking I'll bring bacon, eggs, and grits for breakfast (w/ Bloody's of course), eat out during the day, and have some hot dogs and chili back at the base for a late night snack.


Tue Mar 02, 2010 11:00 am Profile
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I wish I could get my pig cooker down there!! I would cook us up a good ol' fashion eastern North Carolina Pig Pickin'!!
I could feed the whole SOS/BOS!!
Damn good stuff! ;)

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Tue Mar 02, 2010 11:06 am Profile
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We went full out cooking the 1st few years and decided last year to bring sandwich meat, tuna/chicken salad, bread, toppers, small bags of chips and do dinner at the vendors and the SOSMP cafe' due to lack of energy and time to cook. For breakfast some of the vendors are open early a.m. at both stages and have some decent selections. I think we'll be doing the same again this year. Too much music - too little time.

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Tue Mar 02, 2010 11:08 am Profile
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waneelover wrote:
We went full out cooking the 1st few years and decided last year to bring sandwich meat, tuna/chicken salad, bread, toppers, small bags of chips and do dinner at the vendors and the SOSMP cafe' due to lack of energy and time to cook. For breakfast some of the vendors are open early a.m. at both stages and have some decent selections. I think we'll be doing the same again this year. Too much music - too little time.


The parks cafe had a great breakfast last year, I went twice :!: 8-) :D

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waneelover wrote:
We went full out cooking the 1st few years and decided last year to bring sandwich meat, tuna/chicken salad, bread, toppers, small bags of chips and do dinner at the vendors and the SOSMP cafe' due to lack of energy and time to cook. For breakfast some of the vendors are open early a.m. at both stages and have some decent selections. I think we'll be doing the same again this year. Too much music - too little time.


That's my thinking Wanee lover. Every festival I've been to in the past the one thing I've been short on has been time, and the easiest thing to cut out is cooking.

I haven't been to Wanee, but I'm hoping that the prices at the vendors are reasonable. Any advice? I don't mind paying $10 for a buritto as long as it fills you up.


Tue Mar 02, 2010 11:14 am Profile
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They used to have a great "Fried Green Tomato's" vender but I haven't seen them there since the first Wanee in "05" :!: 8-)

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My advice - bring a coffee pot to fire up 1st thing in the morning while you are wiping the sleep out of your eyes and trying to remember what happened the night before. A little jack additive helps you get right and decide which direction to head next. As DD mentioned - the cafe has good food and is open for breakfast(and throughout the day) and the prices there are in line from what I remember. The vendors seemed a bit pricey but not excessive. Munchies to carry with you to the stages - peanuts, cheeps, jerky, bottles of water all are good to have while kicked back and soaking in the tunes. We can be tracked on our ventures by our trail of pistachio shells. The M&G site will likely have some liquid fun for those quick refreshers between sets.

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