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post #19 of 98
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Originally Posted by Ernest Jones View Post
 

I like the votes for Foie Gras, so I'd start with pan seared foie gras drizzled with a porto reduction and some crushed pistachios.

 

Cilantro Shrimp cakes served with a homemade sweet and sour sauce

 

Grapefruit Granita (similar to sorbet but from Italy) to cleanse the palate.

 

The main would be:

My wife's Blue Cheese Crusted NY Strip-loins

Potatoes Dauphinoise

Asparagus pan fried in brown butter and flour de sel and finished with the juice of a clementine or tangerine.

 

Wine: A vintage Pomerol 

 

 

Dessert: Home made Creme Brulée

 

Veranda: 

 

A wide variety of Single Malts and a handful of Cognacs for those (poor souls) who don't like scotch.

Sounds lovely.  What no poutine?

 

I am a little worried about the two who chose asparagus.  I'm not sure how the porta-potties would go over with the added fragrance!

post #20 of 98
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Originally Posted by boogielicious View Post
 

Sounds lovely.  What no poutine?

 

I am a little worried about the two who chose asparagus.  I'm not sure how the porta-potties would go over with the added fragrance!

I'll be serving poutine in the parking lot only.

post #21 of 98
  • Duck of some sort, possibly Peking style. Unless this would offend Cabrera, but he doesn't seem to be the easily upset type. I'd still get his clearance first.
  • Ribs, possibly as an appetizer
  • Mashed potatoes, but with the request that no one shouts it during the meal.
  • Spinach, possibly garlic variety
  • Purple Moon wine. I'd list it like it's a specialty. I'd offer to buy a bottle for anyone present to take home with them afterward.

My second choice would be a corned beef meal, but I'm usually exhausted on that by Masters time.

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I would make everyone where a plastic bib with a picture of a lobster on it and serve the following:



The list should have said hamburgers, fries with mustard and ranch, and shakes. One of many reasons I won't be winning the Masters any time soon: too many people don't want to wear a lobster bib while eating hamburgers.
post #22 of 98
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Originally Posted by Shindig View Post
 
  • Duck of some sort, possibly Peking style. Unless this would offend Cabrera, but he doesn't seem to be the easily upset type. I'd still get his clearance first.

Lol, hilarious!

post #23 of 98

T-bone steak, marinated in a combination of Teriyaki and pineapple juice for 24 hours and lightly seasoned with red pepper, season salt, paprika and lemon pepper

Loaded baked potato

Sweet corn (on the cob)

Baked beans

Texas toast

Jack & coke

 

and for dessert, my Mother's pineapple pie.

post #24 of 98

3 lbs of Alaskan King crab, and the biggest Maine lobster available, and that's just for me...:-$

post #25 of 98

I'd probably just go with New York style pizza and diet pepsi.:beer:

 

If I was in a "fancy" mood, I'd go with Tuna Tartar, filet mignon, baked potato, some veggies, red wine, and ice cream and coffee for dessert.

post #26 of 98

nobody would like what I brought., since I follow plant-based eating...but I would proably have Thai food.....of course I would have meat options for people, since probably everyone is a meat and fish eater.

post #27 of 98

Avocado, Mango, and Beet Salad with encrusted walnuts

Shark Fin Soup

 

Stone Crab claws

 

Wagyu Ribeye Steaks

Bluefin Tuna steaks

creamed spinach

grilled asparagus and zucchini marinated in balsamic vinegar, olive oil, and salt

garlic mashed potatoes

 

 

Pumpkin Pie Crème brûlée

post #28 of 98

Another option for me would be:

 

Seabass, grilled

Potatoes Au Gratin

Asparagus

 

What kind of ice cream should I serve with this??  (Hint: there is only one correct answer)

post #29 of 98
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Originally Posted by Golfingdad View Post

Another option for me would be:

Seabass, grilled
Potatoes Au Gratin
Asparagus

What kind of ice cream should I serve with this??  (Hint: there is only one correct answer)

Asparagus with fish?! b1_ohmy.gif
post #30 of 98
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Originally Posted by Golfingdad View Post

Another option for me would be:

Seabass, grilled
Potatoes Au Gratin
Asparagus

What kind of ice cream should I serve with this??  (Hint: there is only one correct answer)

Rocky road.
post #31 of 98
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Originally Posted by jamo View Post


Rocky road.

Nope. ;)  Whoops, sorry ... I meant Sauteed sea bass. ;) ...

post #32 of 98

Smoked chicken enchilada soup

seared ahi tuna tostadas

 

Main Course

Smoked beef brisket

or

Salmon pouches seasoned with garlic salt, pepper and EVOO. Garnished with dill, green onions and lemon

Asparagas lightly roasted

Mashed Potatoes

Side salad

Fresh baked Dinner rolls

Four Peaks IPA and some Pinot Noir 

 

 

Dessert: Assorted Cupcakes

post #33 of 98

I'd happily inflict on my fellow golfers:

 

Scouse

 

Cains

 

Queen of Puddings

 

Proper tea served in a mug with milk and two sugars

post #34 of 98
King salmon cooked on a cedar plank over an open outdoor fire. Fresh vegetables of whatever is locally in season. Maplenut ice cream with rhubarb pie for desert.
post #35 of 98
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Originally Posted by JetFan1983 View Post

Shark Fin Soup


Really?

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shark_finning
post #36 of 98
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Originally Posted by Golfingdad View Post
 

Another option for me would be:

 

Seabass.....

Sea Bass.

Right.

They're mutated sea bass.

Are they ill tempered?

Absolutely.

Oh well, that's a start.

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