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Unread 10-07-2011, 05:09 PM   #61
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THX guys!

My family camped, rock climbed and went caving and repelling when I was young. Then, 20 years of scouting. then, I was a bicycle tourist.

It's kind of funny having a wife that knows more about making and cooking on campfires than me!!!
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Unread 10-07-2011, 05:25 PM   #62
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Awesome post! Like all the info.

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That is awesome! Thansk so much for posting.
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awesome pics. thanks for sharing
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That was a great post, thanks. The one thing that jumped out at me was the lack of refrigeration and running water, it may have been there just could not see it. I know most of the food was done close to harvesting it so that must be a factor.

My point being I believe we have all become way over concerned with food safety, not that I want to suggest we ignore it but some times I see questions about food safety here that are way over the top with concern. It reminded me of Thanksgiving and Christmas or anytime we had a party back in the day, the food was out all day, the turkey actually had the stuffing in the bird and was left that way, everyone would go back to the table for more throughout the day for more with no microwave to reheat anything and I can only remember my Dad getting sick one time when he gorged himself with dressing and beer. It was a much simpler time with a whole lot less fuss and worry than in our world today and I for one am glade I got to experience it. I would love to experience some third world cuisine, question being if I saw how it was prepared could I handle it? I think so, my wife and kids not so much.
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Alongalong, Leyte. an hour from Tacloban.

there was a whole hog throwdown on another site and i asked for permission to organize this hog roast for a family entry. the guy putting on the throwdown said "sure, sounds like a blast"
yesterday was the 1st day of the voting and the website moderator told everyone to not vote for me because I didn't cook it.
And I'll do the same again on the next throwdown, when someone buys the food and doesn't cook it.

The whole idea of a throwdown, is that you put together something, show your ingredients, your cooking process, and how you plate it up.

Paying for the food, and having someone else doing everything else, does not a throwdown make!
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Unread 10-08-2011, 03:44 PM   #67
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thanks for sharing
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And I'll do the same again on the next throwdown, when someone buys the food and doesn't cook it.

The whole idea of a throwdown, is that you put together something, show your ingredients, your cooking process, and how you plate it up.

Paying for the food, and having someone else doing everything else, does not a throwdown make!
and that's why I asked Dan and KAM about having a family cookout at our house in the phils. none of us three thought of asking you. sorry about that.

Sorry you didn't come to me nicely with your feelings before slamming me.
Sorry I'm the only one trying to "get along".
Sorry you started on me again after the post was wiped when I wasn't even saying anything about it and I was trying to move on.
Sorry I stepped on your toes.

Let's try to move on now.
If I wanted to effect the throwdown, I would have asked for help on the votes. there is only like 20 votes now. I did this for fun. Your taking the fun out of it. I pulled an awesome cookout together (IMO) that I'm proud of and have yet to hear what you think of the cookout. What do you think of it?

Sorry for venting but after your 2 onsite vents and this offsite vent, I felt like I had one coming.

I have a motto (like when Mike was swearing at me) if I can't keep it friendly, I don't say anything. I won't take the bait. That anti-american "nuclear pig" guy is posting on my threads and I haven't mentioned how he treated that service man's dad. I get along. That's your house.

I respect you and defend you in your house and would never do this there. The one time you complemented me, you said I have ADD or something like that. OK, I probably earned that .

So, what did you think of this cookout?
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Time to go out and fire up some coals!!
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and that's why I asked Dan and KAM about having a family cookout at our house in the phils. none of us three thought of asking you. sorry about that.

Sorry you didn't come to me nicely with your feelings before slamming me.
I tried not to slam you... I tried to point out what a throwdown means to me, and to most of those that have taken part in them in the past.

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Sorry I'm the only one trying to "get along".
If you think this is trying to get along... we are on different pages again.

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Sorry you started on me again after the post was wiped when I wasn't even saying anything about it and I was trying to move on.
Sorry I stepped on your toes.
I put a post explaining my view of throwdowns, I also explained that I thought Dan did the right thing by standing by his word to you, I also tried to explain that I doubted that the voters would read my thoughts about throwdowns and they could vote their conscience... if you actually are getting along, call it your BIL's cook, and if it wins put it in his name... I don't think you can see that paying for the meat does not make it in what has always been the idea behind a throwdown. So you can keep prodding it with a pitchfork, but it's still not what a throwdown has always been, and hopefully what throwdowns will continue to be.

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Let's try to move on now.
If I wanted to effect the throwdown, I would have asked for help on the votes. there is only like 20 votes now. I did this for fun. Your taking the fun out of it. I pulled an awesome cookout together (IMO) that I'm proud of and have yet to hear what you think of the cookout. What do you think of it?
Thinking of it as a throwndown, I don't think it fits in the mold.

As a cook for your extended family, I thought it was great to see, from walking around with the pig, to husking the coconuts and building the fire, it was fun to see how they do it, the sides, wine and family all make for a great informative photo essay.

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Sorry for venting but after your 2 onsite vents and this offsite vent, I felt like I had one coming.

I have a motto (like when Mike was swearing at me) if I can't keep it friendly, I don't say anything. I won't take the bait. That anti-american "nuclear pig" guy is posting on my threads and I haven't mentioned how he treated that service man's dad. I get along. That's your house.

I respect you and defend you in your house and would never do this there. The one time you complented me, you said I have ADD or something like that. OK, I probably earned that .

So, what did you think of this cookout?
If your BIL joined the site, and had posted it as his turn in for the throwdown, thanks to your generosity, it would have been his cook and you wouldn't have heard a quibble from me.

It's interesting that you wouldn't diss me in my house, but you're happy to do it here, well that's fine, I won't diss you further here, I'll save it for the other place.

As a cook for your extended family, I thought it was great to see, from walking around with the pig, to husking the coconuts and building the fire, it was fun to see how they do it, the sides, wine and family all make for a great informative photo essay.
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I tried not to slam you... I tried to point out what a throwdown means to me, and to most of those that have taken part in them in the past.



If you think this is trying to get along... we are on different pages again.



I put a post explaining my view of throwdowns, I also explained that I thought Dan did the right thing by standing by his word to you, I also tried to explain that I doubted that the voters would read my thoughts about throwdowns and they could vote their conscience... if you actually are getting along, call it your BIL's cook, and if it wins put it in his name... I don't think you can see that paying for the meat does not make it in what has always been the idea behind a throwdown. So you can keep prodding it with a pitchfork, but it's still not what a throwdown has always been, and hopefully what throwdowns will continue to be.



Thinking of it as a throwndown, I don't think it fits in the mold.

As a cook for your extended family, I thought it was great to see, from walking around with the pig, to husking the coconuts and building the fire, it was fun to see how they do it, the sides, wine and family all make for a great informative photo essay.



If your BIL joined the site, and had posted it as his turn in for the throwdown, thanks to your generosity, it would have been his cook and you wouldn't have heard a quibble from me.

It's interesting that you wouldn't diss me in my house, but you're happy to do it here, well that's fine, I won't diss you further here, I'll save it for the other place.

As a cook for your extended family, I thought it was great to see, from walking around with the pig, to husking the coconuts and building the fire, it was fun to see how they do it, the sides, wine and family all make for a great informative photo essay.
I have been spending a year trying to get on your good side. Your the boss and I respect the decisions involved. You spend a lot more time with the hammer than with the complements. I was looking forward to day 1 of the voting. You could have come to me with a PM explaining your views before that. water under the bridge. time to cook some pizza!

If I put a link in the original throwdown post to the moved location, can I make a thread like this in the general BBQ section? (no double anything)
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Great post, tyvm. I learned to cook pancit etc. from my good friends family picnics, never a whole pig though, again thank you.
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I concur with SoEzzy's idea of what a throwdown is - and he DID NOT tell anyone to NOT vote for you.! Kinda sad you ran to another site to whine about it, pink.
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Thx so much for this thread. Lord did I love PI.
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