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Sunday, 30 December 2007

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Carol

Now that's a tailgate party! I would all over that garlic beef!

Carol

I totally had a brain freeze and forgot to wish you and the Mister a Happy New Year! (That goes for Kirk and Ed, as well.) :-D

Emily

always the best, my inspiration and it's that time of year again so here’s wishing you a Happy and Prosperous New Year, good friends, good food, and good fortune!

ed (from Yuma)

Great post. I love potlucks - at least when people take them seriously (it is FOOD after all). Looks like a great feast. Too bad the game was a bummer.

Happy New Year!!!

Is it a positive sign that the new year will be 2000ate?

Cathy

Hi Carol- the garlic beef is what we are known for...people do not remember our names, but see us drive up and casually ask if we brought the beef again this year...It is a very fun tailgate, with the "miracle meal" happening each time we all get together with these great, fun people...Thanks for the wishes and I hope you and yours have a great 2008 also!
Hello and welcome, Emily- thanks for the kind words! I love your blog. I suppose your new year has started already. Enjoy it!
Hey, ed- Thanks. We so enjoy our little feast and look forward to it annually. Yes, most of us are there for the food and not the game. This makes it all so much more fun. Great wording, I'm going to use it-a lot-. I am so glad we all appreciate food. Makes life easy.

Tammy

Hey Cathy!
What is your recipe for the home made rolls? I'm going to a tail gating party in Nov and I'm in charge of food. I saw your post about the "rolls" and was wondering if you can spill some secrets on how to make the rolls. I would buy them at the store but I would rather make my own. Homemade is way better!

Cathy

Hi Tammy- it is way too easy and involves the word "Bridgeford"...
Everybody comments about how good the rolls are and how they have never had anything like them before.
I'll email you.

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