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#15977 - 11/04/02 08:27 AM Beer companion.  
Redsy  Offline
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OK, what do you like with it?

HOT wings, please! 2 dozen.


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#15978 - 11/04/02 04:16 PM Re: Beer companion.  
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clamato....


#15979 - 11/04/02 08:30 PM Re: Beer companion.  
harold endean  Offline
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Nachos and jalapino (Did I spell that right?) peppers.


#15980 - 11/04/02 08:37 PM Re: Beer companion.  
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Sparky, I use clamato for everything, bloodymarys, bloodymarias,(tequilla version) cooking, etc...

Redsy, I agree with the wings as well.

But there is also peanuts, oysters, pizza, hotdogs, ribs, clams, I better stop here and go have a beer and?????? [Linked Image]

Roger


#15981 - 11/04/02 08:47 PM Re: Beer companion.  
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Harold, I forgot to mention them peppers.

I've got some good recipies for peppers

One is, take your jalapena slice it and stuff it with a piece of ham and a little of your favorite cheese, batter it and drop it in hot oil for about 2-2.5 minutes. You may have to play with the time here, I'm usually drinking beer when I do these, so there goes my relationship with time. Serve with a ranch dressing. Then go to bed. [Linked Image]

Roger


#15982 - 11/04/02 10:25 PM Re: Beer companion.  
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Mmmmmmm... Hot Peppers...
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#15983 - 11/04/02 10:55 PM Re: Beer companion.  
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It's hard to choose a favorite [Linked Image]
An ice-cold Bud goes with so much..Bar-B-Que,fish fry,crawfish boil,and just about anything at a deer camp [Linked Image]


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#15984 - 11/04/02 11:03 PM Re: Beer companion.  
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Pizza, 'dogs, burgers, cheese steak sandwich.
& a whole lot of other things....
John


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#15985 - 11/05/02 01:24 AM Re: Beer companion.  
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Lots of good alternatives here, to your ordinary, dried up pretzel, do they still serve them in bars in the US?.
My pick would be, heaps of well peppered BBQ steak, with Stir fry Veges.


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#15986 - 11/05/02 06:52 AM Re: Beer companion.  
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Lots of Raw Clams, Oysters, Peeled Shrimp, and Hot Chile!


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