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Unread 05-02-2007, 09:05 AM   #16
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Will bring stove, pot, table and will check Taylor today. If no freebie, maybe discount. If you are getting it anyway, should we bring kettles?

What about putting the eggs in alum pans and making brownie-like eggs (simple quiche) and then just cutting? You can cook in the smoker at 300. Cheese would bind it nicely
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Sorry we can't be there but we'll be thinking of you guys. Hope you all have a great day.
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What about putting the eggs in alum pans and making brownie-like eggs (simple quiche) and then just cutting? You can cook in the smoker at 300. Cheese would bind it nicely

Smoked Eggs? Been there. Sold the tee shirt.





seriously, that take to long. I'd rather put all the eggs into 5-6 foil pans and lay them across hot grills and get them all done quick.
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Is the meeting still on for tonight?
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Smoked Eggs? Been there. Sold the tee shirt.





seriously, that take to long. I'd rather put all the eggs into 5-6 foil pans and lay them across hot grills and get them all done quick.
Kinda meant that - high heat on smoker but I guess the smoke flavor would be bad. Got it.

Pan cooking on grill would save labor, though. Make sure you use oil in pans.
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Pan cooking on grill would save labor, though. Make sure you use oil in pans.
Have no fear....Phil's an expert at cooking eggs on a kettle. We cooked a ton of eggs at the Kingsford event as part of the pork tenderloin breakfast burritos... and I may be wrong, but no oil was used in the pans.... Phil's really skilled at using a spatula to scramble without burning...
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Is the meeting still on for tonight?
I don't think so Julie, aka Queenie,
I am home, not there, not square.
Pretty sure the prior posts re the sked etc. sums it all up for what is happening.
As they said on the old A Team tv show, "I love it when the plan comes together."
I am sure we will all bring stuff in addition to all the other.
See y'all Saturday, late morning.
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I don't think so Julie, aka Queenie,
I am home, not there, not square.
Pretty sure the prior posts re the sked etc. sums it all up for what is happening.
As they said on the old A Team tv show, "I love it when the plan comes together."
I am sure we will all bring stuff in addition to all the other.
See y'all Saturday, late morning.
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Man, I'd love to be there, but it's such a long walk.
Youse guys have fun!!!!!!
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I'm leaving late tonight or very early tomorrow. Will get a day of yak fishing in. Saturday is also a demo day with lot's of kayaks there to try out. Consider it if you;ve never done it and bring some clothes to get wet, or even better clothes to stay dry in. I'll be the fat guy inthe grey dry suit with red trim :)
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I will be at Floyd Bennett on Sat at the baseball fields officiating a double header from 10 am-2pm. I will try to stop by if I get an opportunity. If you guys need a break stop by the fields and say hello and catch an inning or 2. See you then.

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Thanks to the guys who helped BigBarry out last night. One of the fisherman was a Federal Officer and was able to get help right away.

He got home safely just after 9:00 AM this morning with his arm in a sling. He slept for about six hours and is now watching TV and eating a bit. His knees are scraped up and his shoulder, upper arm hurt, but he should be okay.
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I suppose some explanation and background feedback would be in order.
Late last evening Barry suffered a disclocated shoulder accidentally and spent the rest of the evening at a local hospital, Coney Island I believe, where they "popped it back in" and fitted him with a sling.
Being the brethren trooper that he is, as several of us were prepping the fixings for breakfast his morning, shortly after the sun came up, who appears strolling across the tarmac but Big Barry himself, ready to pitch in and help us all finish!
Last I heard, 16 hrs in the sling and Barry should be back on the mound in no time.
Wait til' yall hear about how the rest of the weekend went!
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Wow...I'm tired. After loading up my trailer and then helping Scott and Phil get Phil's trailer in order, I was home around 1PM.

24 hours were a blur of motion.

Slept all afternoon... Good time, lots of work but we all worked together and got through it surprisingly well conisdering the sheer volume of food being cooked.. (on the way home it reminded me of how much we cooked at the Kingsford event).

It was a real scene when Westex sets up a table, with his cowboy hat and BBQ apron while all the kayakers were standing nearby waiting for food. You would have thought Westex was like some BBQ god ready to put on a demo for the public !!!!

Really sorry about Big Barry Poppins... but seeing him walk through the trees in the early AM with a sling on his arm and gauze bandages on both legs, smiling and waving was classic.. Mr. Poppins was back in action cooking up breakfast after being in the hospital all evening...

I had no clue anything happened. at 1AM I was sleeping in my truck. I saw a bunch of flashing lights, but I assumed with all the wind coming off the water that there was a storm and there was lightning flashes in the sky.

Julie and Tim show up in the AM around 5 AM or so, and next thing you know, we are in Phi's trailer cracking and scrambling several hundred eggs.

It was great to meet Scott(yakfishingfool). Real solid guy, who worked his arse off as well cooking, cleaning and ensuring we all hit the timelines while sacrficing his day on Sat. to actually fish out of his kayak.

I think he got a good taste of the LI Brethren although we were so busy, we really did not get to hang out much and really let loose.
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Well, I have to thank all the Brethren and the 'yakers for all the help.

Background - After most everyone went to bed on Sat. night, we got some nasty wind with gusts over 35mph around midnight. I played camground monitor and got some folks up to break everything down so it wouldn't blow away.

I crashed when I tried to get up off the cooler after dozing off...Mind you, I was drinking but wasn't hammered - just exhausted. Went to get up and lost my balance and crashed hard into the concrete.

Thanks to the two young federal agents who were late arrivals to the tourney that saw the accident and got help lightning fast.

DO NOT EVER got to Coney Island Hospital. Ever. Under any circumstances. Sew your own arm back on if you have to.

Feel sorry for the 'yakers...small craft warning pretty much killed the tourney for them. Hey, at least they ate good.

I gotta say that I have never seen a group of people work so hard and so well together. We really were smokin'!! Organizing, delegating, leading. We really clicked.

I also had a GREAT time (boo-boo aside) and I would do it again in a heartbeat. People were drooling, then raving over the chow. They were pressing up against the tables to watch us work.

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