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    Default DFW ANNUAL XMAS BASH DEC13th!

    Bring one and all. Saturday December 13th from Dusk till Dawn! I would greatly appreciate a large amount of very loud motorcycles to go back and forth down the street a few times and reserved motorcycle parking will be in front.

    The club supplies the food so bring something if you want if you think you got something special to add. Policy states BYOB so please do, but I am going to see if I cant get a keg or two of the Optimator for the kegarator on my own.

    Menu Includes: But still in progress!
    Tamales
    Real Texas Chili
    Chips, Salsa, Queso
    And Arrangemnet of little fishy bacon wrapped skewered thingies
    Desserts
    I figure I will throw on some Dogs and Buns so we can have some good old fashoined chili cheese dogs as well.
    That and I am thinking a smoked Pork a$$ so we can offer some Bar-B-Que pulled pork sandwiches.

    The Hooka will be lit but with tobacco only of course.
    Burnout are allowed but only 3 houses to the west.
    Local police when they arrive will be welcome guest to come in and eat. Most of the local Frisco PD are riders themselves.

    Any special request?

    Also, The utensils is usually one of the most expensive parts of the preperation. Anybody got a stock pile laying around that would like to pre donate to the party that will really keep the club cost down for other things?

    We look forward to seeing you all!
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    dang it we have our dining out that night
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    Ruckus shenanigans?

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    I'll most likely be there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CrashCrain View Post
    Also, The utensils is usually one of the most expensive parts of the preperation. Anybody got a stock pile laying around that would like to pre donate to the party that will really keep the club cost down for other things?
    I'll have to double check, but I'm pretty sure I've got a whole set of pre-wedding utensils that we never found a new home for (after we got new utensils as a wedding gift). If so, you can use those for the party.
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    Somebody Sticky this please... Holiday parties are hard every year because there are so many to go to. It will run late I am sure like it has every year so feel free to hit late after another engagement.
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    I made corn/crab bisque last night. Sooooooo good. I'd make some for the party too, but each batch costs about $100 to make.
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    I am IN!

    BTW, stickied and moved to Dallas forum with a cross-reference in FW.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miykl View Post
    but each batch costs about $100 to make.
    $30 in ingrediants and $70 in love?

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    Mmmm, baklava & chocolate desserts..

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    Tamales

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    Quote Originally Posted by -=sean)=- View Post
    $30 in ingrediants and $70 in love?
    LOL A pound of real crab meat is the biggest hit. Add a bottle of vermouth..., ..., ...,. It makes about 2 gallons worth. No good way to make smaller portions. The 2 hours of love is on the house.

    ...it was $100 last night...but many of the seasonings I was out of, have them now, so guessing maybe $75? ..anyway...just putting it out there. No problem just showing up empty handed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miykl View Post
    I made corn/crab bisque last night. Sooooooo good. I'd make some for the party too, but each batch costs about $100 to make.
    Thats the reason for the Chili, you cant go wrong with $20 worth of ground meat, water, chili pods, cumin, salt and pepper. It can be eaten alone, with tortillas, chips, on hot dogs, or Frito Pie........Oh I havn't had a Frito pie in ages!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CrashCrain View Post
    Thats the reason for the Chili, you cant go wrong with $20 worth of ground meat
    So, is Chili supposed to come with meat or is it just a sauce/soup thing? Or was the debate about with or without beans? I'm sure a native could edummmmacate me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrashCrain View Post
    Frito pie
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    Quote Originally Posted by -=sean)=- View Post
    So, is Chili supposed to come with meat or is it just a sauce/soup thing? Or was the debate about with or without beans? I'm sure a native could edummmmacate me.
    Beans?! BEANS?!?!?!? BEANS?!?!?! MY GOD MAN, have you never seen Blazing Saddles?!?!?!?!?

    NO BEANS IN CHILI!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bvia View Post
    MY GOD MAN, have you never seen Blazing Saddles?!?!?!?!?
    I don't remember that part.

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    Can't make it - have a graduation to go to in OK that night/weekend Y'all have fun!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by -=sean)=- View Post
    I don't remember that part.
    You don't remember all the farting around the campfire??
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    Quote Originally Posted by featherchickie View Post
    I'll have to double check, but I'm pretty sure I've got a whole set of pre-wedding utensils that we never found a new home for (after we got new utensils as a wedding gift). If so, you can use those for the party.
    We've still got them. They're yours for the party. No serving utensils, but plenty of the normal utensils.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cass View Post
    Can't make it - have a graduation to go to in OK that night/weekend Y'all have fun!!
    Sheesh, you don't go to SMRs.
    You ride with random groups you meet at gas stations thinking they are your TSBF.
    You don't come to the parties.
    What kind of Pirate King are you?...;-)>
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    Quote Originally Posted by bvia View Post
    Sheesh, you don't go to SMRs.
    You ride with random groups you meet at gas stations thinking they are your TSBF.
    You don't come to the parties.
    What kind of Pirate King are you?...;-)>
    She made the Halloween party. Where were you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cass View Post
    Can't make it - have a graduation to go to in OK that night/weekend Y'all have fun!!
    There goes two of the best reasons to attend...
    Brad Felmey

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    Quote Originally Posted by windsor View Post
    She made the Halloween party. Where were you?
    I don't even remember hearing about a Halloween party.

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