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OK, let's get this rolling.

Thursday night - Eric is BBQ'ing pulled pork.  We'll need some side dishes.  Someone should bring some buns also.

Friday night fish fry.  Brett and Richard are providing the fish.  I will bring the oil, if I remember right we need 7 gallons of vegetable oil?  I think Brett makes hush puppies.  I plan on bringing ketchup, cole slaw, tartar sauce, and sriracha sauce.  I think Les did the taters last year, but unfortunately he won't be here this year, so we need someone to volunteer for taters or fries.

Saturday night - Nothing so far, open to ideas.

Breakfast - If someone wants to cook something, that is great, if not we'll have to get by on granola bars, pastries and coffee.  I'll bring coffee and filters.

Lunches - Seems like most of us stay out on the river, but it wouldn't hurt to have some bread and lunch meat available in case folks want to drop in for a lunch break.

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@Quillback Les usually was the hushpuppie guy as well as the potatoes and onions.

I am going to Toronto first week of Nov and I'm likely to be in Columbia the last week of Nov. May take stars aligning for me to get down to meet you guys. If I can then I would likely bring mushrooms for Friday's fry.

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I can take care of the potatoes for Friday. I've got a deal that dad made for me that cuts potatoes in to those twister deals and they fry up real nice and crispy without having to soak them and get the starch out. Would I need to bring a fryer or are those being accounted for by somebody else?

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20 minutes ago, Seth said:

Would I need to bring a fryer or are those being accounted for by somebody else?

No need to worry about bringing a fryer! That will be covered in a big way😀

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I can handle the sweets.  I'll prolly bring the usual cheesecake and some cupcakes.  Can do some muffins too for breakfast.  I'll bring some lunch meat and stuff for sandwiches as well.  If we end up needing something in particular let new know, I'll pass along to the other guys too.

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3 hours ago, WoundedOne said:

Jeff i will grab up some buns and bread for sandwiches and some pastries for breakfast. Are there any requests for bread type for sandwiches? 

I'm a Rye junkie....and Kings Hawaiian is nicely paired with pulled Pulled Pork, but then again so are Hamburger buns ;)

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4 hours ago, Quillback said:

OK, let's get this rolling.

Thursday night - Eric is BBQ'ing pulled pork.  We'll need some side dishes.  Someone should bring some buns also.

Friday night fish fry.  Brett and Richard are providing the fish.  I will bring the oil, if I remember right we need 7 gallons of vegetable oil?  I think Brett makes hush puppies.  I plan on bringing ketchup, cole slaw, tartar sauce, and sriracha sauce.  I think Les did the taters last year, but unfortunately he won't be here this year, so we need someone to volunteer for taters or fries.

Saturday night - Nothing so far, open to ideas.

Breakfast - If someone wants to cook something, that is great, if not we'll have to get by on granola bars, pastries and coffee.  I'll bring coffee and filters.

Lunches - Seems like most of us stay out on the river, but it wouldn't hurt to have some bread and lunch meat available in case folks want to drop in for a lunch break.

If somone wants to pick up some coleslaw or make some that would go great with the pulled pork. Nevermind. I see you have this listed! 

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2 hours ago, Seth said:

I can take care of the potatoes for Friday. I've got a deal that dad made for me that cuts potatoes in to those twister deals and they fry up real nice and crispy without having to soak them and get the starch out. Would I need to bring a fryer or are those being accounted for by somebody else?

Perfect.   I’ve got the cooker covered Seth. Bringing a 3 Baskey Cajun fryer.  Plus some channel cat and Flathead.  Man your in for a treat 

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17 hours ago, LittleRedFisherman said:

Perfect.   I’ve got the cooker covered Seth. Bringing a 3 Baskey Cajun fryer.  Plus some channel cat and Flathead.  Man your in for a treat 

Flathead is my favorite catfish to eat, but I rarely have any. They are about like walleye/sauger for me. I"ll luck in to one every once in a while while bass fishing.

I'm too lazy to set lines for them lol.

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