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02-25-09, 08:58 AM #2266
I gained six pounds just looking at the recipe.
I'll let the wife do it this weekend, thanks for sharing
I do allot of cooking but I let her do some cooking when its suppose to taste good.
I treat her special during the week and she treats me special on weekends.
Semper Fi Redman1
02-25-09, 10:19 AM #2267
Thanks Ramon, I will be making some this weekend. Hmm- Port Chester ain't that far!
02-25-09, 10:20 AM #2268
You all could carpool to CHILIFEST 2010
02-25-09, 11:21 AM #2269
02-25-09, 11:23 AM #2270
02-25-09, 11:51 AM #2271
Chumley's CHILIFEST is held annually, always the Saturday night before Superbowl Sunday. The theme is simple: Chili and Chilly. It's indoor/outdoor at my house in Ballston Lake, NY. It starts promptly at 17:00, which means Ramon packs up the wagon for a 3 hour drive at 0 dark thirty and is approximately 6 hours early. (I'll be ready for you next year Dawg!)
This year was perfect weather!! Approximately 1.5 feet of snow on the ground with a firepit for ambiance, 19 degrees, but no wind for comfortable fire-pit socialization, and as much food as we can afford to put out; Chumley's Chili, of course, is the main course. Ramon's SOS is now a fixture of the event as well. Working on a child friendly definition of SOS for next year. It's family friendly, although the conversation around the fire strongly resembles the barracks. Finish the evening with S'Mores and of course additional Cervesa. I've been meaning to post pics from this year... ( not my strength - downloading the camera - took me a year to get my photos on Leatherneck ). Next year, I'm gonna encourage football jerseys - doesn't matter what team is in the game. Attendees wearing Vikings jerseys can take some Chili home with them, if there's any left.
Put it on your 2010 calendar!
02-25-09, 12:01 PM #2272
There's a contest at the Chili Fest: to see who can mount two graham crackers, chocolate and a marshmallow on a stick from a nearby tree in the fastest time and then eat it.
I won't tell you who currently holds the record.
Come hungry, leave stuffed.... or roll away... If you fall over and pass out you're fair game for my dog.
02-26-09, 05:20 AM #2273
HAHAHA...I'm the first one, finally!
Morning to all. I'm not sure why all you leathernecks aren't at work already like I am? (Unless you're retired).
Have a presentation to give today so I'm in early to go over it. Skipped breakfast too so someone make sure and have some JD sausage and eggs for me, please!
Everyone have a great day and Semper Fi!
02-26-09, 05:26 AM #2274
Forty degrees with cloudy skies
Grits, eggs, toast, black coffee for breakfast this morning.
Hope all of you have a GREAT day and Semper Fi Redman1
02-26-09, 06:05 AM #2275
Gooooood Mooooorrrrnnnniiiiiiinnnngg Marines, and all dem Crusty old Squids. 21 degrees here and falling, with snow, freezing rain, and sleet everywhere. Wife left early for work to avoid the slick roads. "Hormel" Tomales with generous squirts of Tobasco Sauce, coffee, and OJ for mornin chow. We have thunder snow in some parts of the state with no travel advised in North central South Dakota. Winter's Last Hurrah hopefully.
02-26-09, 06:24 AM #2276
GOOD MORNING MARINES!!! Almost 60 here on the coast of Florida. We really need some rain...lot's of wild fires, all over the state. This is our dry season, and our aquifer is very low.....TOO MANY PEOPLE!!! Got the "cafe'" dripping, and will cook scrambled eggs, TexMex style, hash browns, and J.D. sausage. I have to start drinking orange juice, to pump up my "C". NO GRITS!!!!....Have a safe and interesting day....DOC
....."Doc Greek UP!!".....
02-26-09, 06:32 AM #2277
"NO GRITS"????????????????What's up with that???????????/
Semper Fi Redman1
02-26-09, 07:19 AM #2278
Good morning, Marines!!! Started off the day right... with PT. Then I had Cream of Wheat... not quite a Warrior's breakfast but still good.
MCVet, watch out with them squirts!
No grits? I'd kill for a sausage omelet stuffed with peppers, spanish onions, mushrooms and a healthy "squirt" of tobasco.
I think I'll dig a slit trench in the yard over the weekend to accomodate that breakfast.
02-26-09, 07:25 AM #2279
WTF? Is it just me, or do I see a trend here of Mexican oriented Breakfast dishes? Nothin gets the ticker tickering like hot Mexican ladies,,,,,,,,errr I meant ladles of................awwww never mind, lost my thought.
02-26-09, 07:32 AM #2280
Morning all, coffee and apple cinnamon pancakes for the little man, suppose to get into the mid 70's today with severe thunderstorms to follow. Got to say you guys sure do eat a lot of Mexican food for breakfast, not sure my septic system could handle it as often as you guys eat it.
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