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    Default 2009 Wabash R-100 Feeding Frenzy

    OK, here is the semi-official Wabash R-100 Feeding Frenzy post....

    This is where we will discuss all of the culinary options we have for the R-100 in Wabash.

    We have plenty of time for the camping arrangements, however food cannot be taken for granted and left to the last minute. That is one of the sacred by-laws of the FBSA...

    So, without further delay, let's talk food and who is going to bring what and feel free to make suggestions (and donations) .



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    I'll stop on the way and pick up a bag of ice....

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    I got the corn taken care of as long as we get rain... I can put the unit on turkey patrol but I need to know what weight range will work...
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    Quote Originally Posted by bullfiddle View Post
    I got the corn taken care of as long as we get rain... I can put the unit on turkey patrol but I need to know what weight range will work...
    14# (or so) turkey is an easy one to fry. But a 14 pounder does not go far, as we learned last year. Heck, the dogs didn't have a chance at that carcass...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronhop View Post
    14# (or so) turkey is an easy one to fry. But a 14 pounder does not go far, as we learned last year. Heck, the dogs didn't have a chance at that carcass...

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    I am thinkin about 5 should do it...
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    I got the grill covered. I will also have 2 varityes of meat for the grill.Im thinking pork tenderloins again and beef brisket. We need at least 2 turkey fryers this year.
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    I dont have a turkey fryer but will gladly bring a couple turkeys and some peanut oil.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BowhuntnHoosier View Post
    I dont have a turkey fryer but will gladly bring a couple turkeys and some peanut oil.
    Put me down for the turkeys I got the unit gettin 5 of em she has coupons...
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    Quote Originally Posted by bullfiddle View Post
    Put me down for the turkeys I got the unit gettin 5 of em she has coupons...
    10-4..............how much peanut oil do we need??

    Do we need some wings??


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    Quote Originally Posted by BowhuntnHoosier View Post
    10-4..............how much peanut oil do we need??

    Do we need some wings??
    bout 5 gallon I reckon but I don't know for sure...
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    Quote Originally Posted by bullfiddle View Post
    bout 5 gallon I reckon but I don't know for sure...
    Ron or Jdawg should know.....


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    Quote Originally Posted by BowhuntnHoosier View Post
    Ron or Jdawg should know.....
    Get the Sportsman's Blend.... It's a blend of peanut and corn oil.
    Costs about $25 for a 4 gallon (I think) container...

    We'll figure this out. I just hated it for cougar to bring an expensive oil to just do a 14# turkey.... And then just dump it (the oil). The turkey was great, but it would have been more prudent to use the hot oil for more stuff like fries and wings, etc.... That just did not happen but we can learn from our mistakes. Hopefully...

    Man, we could have had wings/drummies and all kinds of other stuff with the fryer and oil that cougar brought.

    I'll be driving my truck this year so I'll have a fryer of my own. So no worries about that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdawg240 View Post
    I got the grill covered. I will also have 2 varityes of meat for the grill.Im thinking pork tenderloins again and beef brisket. We need at least 2 turkey fryers this year.
    Yeah bud....

    A brisket with some BBQ sauce.... Man that's the ticket.

    I'm bringing a fryer this year. We just need to figure out how to use the hot oil wisely.... And maximize the thrill of eating excellent food to the best of our ability....

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    Quote Originally Posted by bullfiddle View Post
    Put me down for the turkeys I got the unit gettin 5 of em she has coupons...
    5 ?

    Man, we do need to spend time on this food thing.

    Good thing I posted a thread and asked the Wheels to sticky it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronhop View Post
    5 ?

    Man, we do need to spend time on this food thing.

    Good thing I posted a thread and asked the Wheels to sticky it.

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    You think 5 is to many Ron? Tell me now for I stick em in the freezer... One was definately not enough last year that's fo sho. We had about 12-14 FBSA Members there last year and I am hoping we have double that this year...
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    Quote Originally Posted by bullfiddle View Post
    You think 5 is to many Ron? Tell me now for I stick em in the freezer... One was definately not enough last year that's fo sho. We had about 12-14 FBSA Members there last year and I am hoping we have double that this year...
    I hope we do have a bigger turnout. If we do we will definitely need to talk to Glenn to get a bit of a larger spot for the group. Last year's spot was perfect for our group size.

    Yeah, it does seem like the interest has increased...

    That must have been because of all of the posted pics of us fatboys shooting on a cool 3D course...

    I'm thinking a couple of turkeys, some brats, burgers and hot dogs on the grill, the loins, wings, corn slathered in butter and a partridge in a pear tree....

    Anything genuinely healthy should be banned....

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    I'll bring the fryer and LP and accessories again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dbdcougar View Post
    I'll bring the fryer and LP and accessories again.
    Hey I can pick up some oil or wings/drummies or something. Come on somebody get a list started so I can have some idea of what to bring.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BowhuntnHoosier View Post
    Hey I can pick up some oil or wings/drummies or something. Come on somebody get a list started so I can have some idea of what to bring.
    I'll start a list and send it out later on.
    Just post what everyone intends to bring and I'll take care of it.

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    I will bring wings/drummies. 3 chairs, Very large tent, several cases of cola and water, some cookies(homemade), tater salad, and whatever else I can.


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