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Mine would definitely be Italian dishes. Meat and cheese stuffed raviolis for sure.

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BBQ from The Commissary Germantown, (near Memphis) TN.  I've never met a single person who wasn't blown away by the food, the sauces and anything else from that place.  Truly a messy delight.

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I'm from Texas so, without question, I'd have Arron Franklin of Franklin's BBQ come and do a brisket smoke.  Beer, brisket . .sides of some kind or another . . .

Whoever is at that dinner will probably not remember the year's tournament - but they won't ever forget that dinner, lol. 

 

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It would be interesting to serve one of those ten-course dinners you'd normally eat at a Chinese wedding banquet. It would be fun just to see some of the whiskey tango foxtrot expressions before each course.

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just to kill other players and win i would serve :

frog legs with garlic.

snails with butter garlic

oysters.

and a bunch of real stomach killer white wines.

then our usual indigestible french cakes of all sorts.

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9 hours ago, bubble said:

just to kill other players and win i would serve :

frog legs with garlic.

snails with butter garlic

oysters.

and a bunch of real stomach killer white wines.

then our usual indigestible french cakes of all sorts.

They'll see you coming from a mile away, lol.  Go with my brisket idea, instead.  If you've never experienced amazing TX bbq brisket . .you literally can't help but eat way more than you know you should.  And you pay for it big time!  Some of the older guys, especially, would suffer.  I wouldn't be surprised to see a WD or 2.  And the best part is . .the whole time they're eating it they KNOW they are setting themselves up for a hurtin - but they can't stop eating it. 

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I would definitely have steak and lobster on my menu.  Either filet mignon or ribeye.  A really good potatoes au gratin and creamed style corn.  Cheesecake and creme brulee for desert.

Crap...now I'm hungry.

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4 minutes ago, 1badbadger said:

I would definitely have steak and lobster on my menu.  Either filet mignon or ribeye.  A really good potatoes au gratin and creamed style corn.  Cheesecake and creme brulee for desert.

Crap...now I'm hungry.

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Fried Chicken

Pulled Pork (Eastern NC style)

Brunswick Stew

Cornbread sticks

Slaw

My homemade Collards

Mac and Cheese

Mashed Potatoes

Desert: Banana Pudding

Sweet Tea

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Wine- I don't know, whatever someone tells me is good

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Hmmmm....I'd go one of two ways.  First option would be a Spanish tapas-style dinner with:

  • Paella
  • Jamon Iberico (prime Spanish/Portuguese ham) with Manchego cheese
  • Chorizo al vino
  • Patatas bravas
  • Croquetes
  • Gambas al ajillo - (shrimp in garlic, olive oil and chili peppers)
  • Albondigas - (meatballs)
  • Tortilla de patatas
  • Calamares a la romana

All served with spanish red and white wine...probably from Ribera del Duero.  No clue on dessert but I'd probably opt for chocolate and churros and Catalan Creme.

Second would be a surf and turf.  Filet (with some marbling) and either lobster or seared scallops.  I actually like scallops just as much as lobster.  Sides would be mashed sweet potatoes, baked with a crust of brown sugar and pecans.  Brown butter asparagus and roasted brussel sprouts.

Dessert.  I always love pie, but might opt for something like a chocolate lava cake with vanilla ice cream.  That's a bit rich and heavy after a dinner like that though.  Perhaps just an assortment of gelato.  If thats the case then there must be salted caramel....

Wine would be Opus One.  I'm not picking up the tab, right?  :-)

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Caesar salad

coconut shrimp

Rockfish stuffed w/ crab imperial  - Barrel cut Ribeye 

           French fries seasoned w/ Old Bay

Chocolate mousse

 

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1 hour ago, anker0071 said:

Fried Chicken

Pulled Pork (Eastern NC style)

Brunswick Stew

Cornbread sticks

Slaw

My homemade Collards

Mac and Cheese

Mashed Potatoes

Desert: Banana Pudding

Sweet Tea

Beer- The Unknown Brewing Co. Pregame session ale

Wine- I don't know, whatever someone tells me is good

You had me at pulled pork!

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59 minutes ago, NCGolfer said:
  • Paella
  • Jamon Iberico (prime Spanish/Portuguese ham) with Manchego cheese
  • Chorizo al vino
  • Patatas bravas
  • Croquetes
  • Gambas al ajillo - (shrimp in garlic, olive oil and chili peppers)
  • Albondigas - (meatballs)
  • Tortilla de patatas
  • Calamares a la romana

 

Oh boy...:drool:

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