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    Raiders of the Lost Pantry Cooking Contest

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    Susie D
    Mon Apr 29, 2013 11:58 pm
    Forum Host
    Ahoy there, me Mateys! wave.gif





    Link to the recipes! Raiders Pantry Contest



    Arrr!!!! I, be the Cap’n. Avaste Ye!
    Welcome me Buckaneers and Saucy Pirate Wenches.

    We challenge all Brethren of the Coast, to a Cooking Contest, where ye will be required to create unique and original recipes to satisfy yer pirate judges.
    We invite ye all to join us at our compound on the beautiful Island of Tortuga, where we be hosting the Raiders of the Lost Pantry Contest.

    Arrrr, since ye will be staying with Pirate Legends during the course of this event, ye must all be attired in fancy dress at all times and are required to turn in yer weapons during yer stay on me island. Anyone showing too much skin or caught with a weapon will be flogged and removed from the contest immediately. Savvy?

    We have obtained sleeping quarters in the five largest homes on the island, for all of ye, that will be participating in the contest; all other pirate crew, must stay on ye ship and will be expected to adhere to pirate code, or the punishments will be severe. No scallywags allowed.
    In these five homes ye will find over flooding pantries just waiting for ye to pillage yon booty from, best ye be on guard me hearties and don’t get caught, lest ye be flogged, lose a limb or made to walk the plank.
    Remove your swag from yon duffle, it might be helpful with the recipes. icon_wink.gif

    Hoist the colors, weigh anchor and hoist the mizzen! We raise our glasses of Bumboo to ye as we await ye arrival.
    Arrr, Join us me Buckos for this fun and delicious adventure, ye ask where be the treasure; the treasure be here waiting for the winning recipes.

    First Place: $75. gift card and an apron
    Second Place: $25. gift card and an apron
    Third Place: a apron





    Create your pirate name and set sail for a different spin on yer usual community contests!



    Last edited by Susie D on Wed Jun 26, 2013 10:23 am, edited 4 times in total
    Susie D
    Wed May 01, 2013 5:21 am
    Forum Host
    The Contest Details

    Creating a Recipe
    Entrants must create an ORIGINAL recipe using the pirate pantries from the contest list provided. You may also use any other ingredients you wish after using those 5; however, the ingredients you use from the Official Contest List should be an ESSENTIAL or basic ingredient of the recipe (not optional or garnish). That is, leaving one of the items out would significantly change the outcome of the recipe.

    Entering a Recipe
    Each recipe submission must follow the contest rules & there is a maximum of 4 recipes that any one chef may enter. However, each entry must meet a different one of the pirate challenges. Please include the challenge code on your entry.
    Challenge ANY~ Create an original recipe using any combination of the ingredients shown below. A total of 5 official ingredients must be used. (5 ingredients from ANY combination of the pantries and the Plunder List.)
    ~Challenge ALL~ Create an original recipe using at least one ingredient from each of the Cap'n's pantries. A total of 5 official ingredients must be used. Items on the Plunder List may be used as well, but the challenge requires at least one ingredient from each captain. (5 ingredients and 5 pantries = ALL)
    ~Challenge THREE~ Create an original recipe using 5 ingredients from only THREE of the pirate's pantries. Items on the Plunder List may be used as well, but the challenge requires at least one ingredient from three captain's lists. (5 ingredients and 3 pantries = THREE)
    ~Challenge ONE~ Create an original recipe using 1 or more ingredients from only ONE of the pirate pantries and the Island Plunder List. (5 ingredients and 1 pantries = ONE)


    Submitting Your Recipe
    Using your personal Email account with your member name & chef number in the subject line send your recipe to zaar_entry@yahoo.com (zaar underscore entry @yahoo.com). (Please note this is not a working link. Personal email accounts must be used. icon_wink.gif )
    Only recipes submitted using this link will be eligible for the contest and all entries must be received by the entry deadline: May 28
    Please do not send attachments. All recipes must be included in the body of the email.
    If you plan to copy/paste please do so from the completed PRIVATE recipe rather than any in progress posting format.
    NOTE: You will be sent a confirmation when each recipe is received. If you don't get a reply within 24 hours please contact Susie D

    Submission Contents
    Each entry is required to have the following in this order:
    Your Zaar name:
    Your Zaar Chef number:
    The Challenge Code: This would be ANY, ALL, THREE, or ONE.
    Recipe Title:
    Recipe Intro: (optional, but this does help "sell" your recipe)
    Ingredients:
    Step by Step Directions:
    Servings:
    Prep Time:
    Cook time:
    Indicate One Course Category:
    Indicate One Cuisine Category: if applicable
    Please proof read your recipe as no corrections will be made after submitted.

    Commitment to Review
    By entering you are agreeing to make & review at least the same number of recipes you entered into our contests. In this contest that number is one or two or three or four. You are encouraged to make & test as many recipes as you choose beyond that. Please hold your reviews until the Review Period: June 21-24

    All chefs are eager for constructive feedback. We ask that your reviews are honest, polite and tactful. Reviews should not be intended to be hurtful.

    To review contest recipes as fairly as possible, all reviewers are expected to make and taste each recipe reviewed. While encouraging all to follow the recipes exactly as written, we are aware that sometimes contest ingredients may be hard or impossible to purchase in some areas therefore reasonable substitutions are allowed when preparing recipes.

    Photos of recipes should NOT be submitted for any contest recipe until the contest is over and the winners have been named. If a photo is submitted early, the recipe may be disqualified or the recipe by the member posting the early photo/ review may have their recipe disqualified. Photographs may be submitted, by any member, AFTER the review period is completed.

    Review Reminders
    If you would like to be reminded to post your reviews during the correct weekend, please sign up for a zmail reminder by posting in this thread.

    Honor Code
    Recipes entered into our Community Contests remain anonymous therefore no promotion is allowed and you are agreeing to abide by the Honor Code by submitting a recipe.
    Honor Code: Members are not to share their recipe creations with other members. Discussion of submissions and/or reviews is strictly prohibited as is promoting individual recipes in ANY manner. Reviews used for the purpose of this contest may only be posted by ONE member of each household.


    Fine Print
    1. All recipes will be reviewed to verify the use of FIVE of the official ingredients and must fit a separate one of the listed challenges.
    2. All recipe submissions will be hidden from view until after the entry deadline when they all entries will be made public as a group.
    3. The recipe poster's name will be hidden from view until after the End Date, so as not to bias any reviewers. Any attempt to identify or promote a recipe by the submitter OR ANYONE could result in disqualification, and a possible warning on their account at food.com. Reviews should be held until the Review Period. Early reviews will not be counted in the final results. Recipes should only be saved into your MAIN or another PRIVATE cookbook so as not to unfairly promote a recipe. All participants are on their honor to not share their recipe titles with anyone else. Doing so will result in disqualification.
    4. Once the Contest is over, all recipes will be returned to the original chef's account.
    5. Food dot com runs on Eastern Time so all dates are for 11:59pm unless otherwise specified.
    6. Any number of recipes above four will be disqualified.
    7. The contest winners win the glory & respect of their peers and a prize.
    First Place: $75. gift card and an apron
    Second Place: $25. gift card and an apron
    Third Place: a apron


    Dates

    Ingredient Reveal: May 10
    Entry Deadline: May 28
    Recipe Reveal & Cook: May 31
    Review Period: June 21-24
    Winner's Announced: June 26



    Coordinators
    Susie D & Baby Kato
    Susie is the only one who ever sees chef names & the early ingredient list. I do enjoy the creative phase of the contest & play with the ingredients. If I enter a recipe it will be a unique idea from those submitted by others and is not eligible to win a prize. Any entry is for honest feedback only.
    Baby Kato will help with the behind the scenes stuff (thanks!), but has no advantages, nor ever sees any chef names connected to a recipe. She is therefore eligible to participate in all facets of the contest.

    2013 Pirate Captains
    5 past contest participants were asked to suggest ingredients from their pantries for the contest. They did not know the ingredients suggested by others nor the items on the Plunder List. They have not seen the complete list so have no early advantage. Thanks to these pirates for their ingredient ideas! icon_smile.gif

    Our pirate captains will be revealed along with their pantry lists on Reveal Day. May 10th icon_wink.gif
    Drum roll please.................
    Our Captains are:
    breezermom, **Jubes**, pammyowl, Sharon123, and threeovens





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    Susie D
    Wed May 01, 2013 5:28 am
    Forum Host


    A maximum of 4 recipes may be entered by each member. However, each entry must meet a different one of the pirate challenges. Please include the challenge code on your entry.
    ~~Challenge ANY~ Create an original recipe using any combination of the ingredients shown below. A total of 5 official ingredients must be used. (5 ingredients from ANY combination of the pantries and the plunder list.)
    ~Challenge ALL~ Create an original recipe using at least one ingredient from each of the Cap'n's pantries. A total of 5 official ingredients must be used. Items on the Plunder List may be used as well, but the challenge requires at least one ingredient from each captain. (5 ingredients and 5 pantries = ALL)
    ~Challenge THREE~ Create an original recipe using 5 ingredients from only THREE of the pirate's pantries. Items on the Plunder List may be used as well, but the challenge requires at least one ingredient from three captain's lists. (5 ingredients and 3 pantries = THREE)
    ~Challenge ONE~ Create an original recipe using 1 or more ingredients from only ONE of the pirate pantries and the Island Plunder List. (5 ingredients and 1 pantries = ONE)


    Cap'n Anne Bonny's Pantry
    rum of course, or rum extract
    ginger, fresh
    raisins


    Cap'n Fish Breath Jubes' Pantry
    chicken breast filet, no bones or skin
    green peas, frozen
    desiccated coconut
    , (not sweetened coconut)

    Cap'n Saucy Shark Bait Sharon's Pantry
    eggplant, fresh
    tofu, firm
    Thai sweet chili sauce


    Cap'n Natalie "No Quarter!" Newberry's Pantry
    peaches, canned
    black olives, sliced
    sliced dill pickles,
    (hamburger chips)

    Cap'n Tipsy Tucker's Pantry
    tuna, canned
    mushrooms, canned
    asparagus, fresh or frozen


    Island Plunder List
    limes
    kidney beans, canned
    arborio rice
    evaporated milk,
    (not sweetened condensed milk)
    diced tomatoes, canned
    honey
    angel hair pasta




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    Susie D
    Wed May 01, 2013 5:33 am
    Forum Host

    Pirate Words and Phrases

    Common Pirate Expressions
    Say ye for you, me for my or mine and don't skimp on the ahoy and use arrrrr! often, an exhortation of discontent or disgust.
    1) A merry yarn - A good story.
    2) Dead men tell no tales - This is a standard pirate excuse for leaving no survivors.
    3) Hoist the Colors!! - Raise the flags.
    4) Land Ahoy - I see land.
    5) Prepare to be boarded! - Pirates coming on board your vessel.
    6) Shiver me Timbers! - An expression of shock or disbelief, believed to come from the sound the ship made when hit by a cannon blast.
    7 )Thar she blows! - Whale sighting.
    icon_cool.gif Three sheets to the wind - Someone who is very drunk. One sheet is mildly drunk and four sheets is passed out.
    9) Walk the plank - Punishment in which person walks off a board jutting over the side of the ship while at sea. The consequence is drowning and a visit to Davy Jones' Locker.
    10) Weigh anchor and hoist the mizzen! - Pull up the anchor and the sail and let's get going.
    11) Where be the treasure? - Where is the treasure?
    12) Yo-ho-ho - Cheerful exhortation to demand attention.
    13) Fifteen men on a dead man's chest.
    Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum.
    Drink and the devil have done for the rest.
    Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum.


    Words Used to Describe Pirates:
    Brethren of the coast - The name used by 17th century pirates to describe themselves.
    Buccaneer - a pirate
    Bucko - a buccaneer
    Corsair - Pirates in the Mediterranean Sea, more romantic term.
    Freebooter - Another term for Pirate, from the Dutch words for Free and Plunder.
    Picaroon - From the Spanish word for rascal, also used for pirates that were satirical or humorous.
    Pirate - A seagoing robber and murderer. Contrast with privateer.
    Privateer - Government sponsored pirates.

    Words Used to Describe Pirates on Board Ship:
    Bosun Boatswain - A petty officer.
    Cap'n - Short for captain.
    Hands - The crew of a ship; sailors.
    Salt - or old salt - An experienced seaman.
    Scurvy - A derogatory adjective as in Ye scurvy dogs!
    Sea dog - An experienced seaman.
    Shark bait - A worthless or lazy sailor; a lubber who is no use aboard ship.
    Swab - A disrespectful term for a seaman. Man that gun, ye cowardly swabs!

    Words Used to Describe Friends or Shipmates:
    Bucko - Me bucko, my friend.
    Me hearties - Typical way for a pirate leader to address his crew.
    Matey - A piratical way to address someone in a cheerful, if not necessarily friendly, fashion.
    Scallywag - A villainous or mischievous person.

    Words Used to Describe Non Pirates:
    Lad - A way to address someone younger than you.
    Landlubber or just lubber - A non-sailor. An old English word for a big, slow, clumsy person. This term was aimed at those persons on ship who were not very skilled or at ease with ship life.
    Shark bait - Your foes, who are about to feed the fish.
    Sutler - A merchant in port, selling what a ship needed for supplies and repairs.

    Words to Describe Females:
    Lass, lassie - A way to address someone younger than you.
    Me proud beauty - Good looking wench
    Saucy Wench - Any woman
    Strumpet - A promiscuous woman or prostitute
    Wench - A member of the female persuasion.

    Pirate Food:
    Cackle Fruit - Chicken eggs.
    Doughboy - Simple dumplings made of flour and animal fat.
    Hardtack or Sea Biscuits - Extremely hard crackers made of only flour, water, and salt, it would keep for years if dry. Hard Tack was a pirates bread, it was used during long sea voyages and eaten along side of stews & soups like Bone Soup. It was often dunked in water, brine, coffee, broth (or some other liquid) or floated on top of soup so it could soak up the liquid or placed on top of food cooking in a skillet meal.
    Junk - Salted beef or pork. This isn't freshly cooked and prepared meat. It was preserved in salt inside a barrel and it got hard... real hard.
    Leather - The food of last resort was not even food, but animal hide.
    Salmagundi - A popular dish of chopped meat ( beef, fish, chicken, pig, turtle, etc.), eggs, anchovies, onions, grapes, cabbage or herring, seasoned with salt, pepper, garlic, oil, vinegar.
    Salted meat - Was a staple of the mariner's diet. It was stored in barrels, and often had to last for months.
    Sour Krout (Sauerkraut) was a common dish found on ships and was prepared in the German manner, with water and salt.

    Pirate Drinks

    Pirates liked to drink, they drank beer, port, rum, sherry and wine; as well as the following exotic drinks.
    Arrack - A strong drink made with fermented fruit or palm sap, rice, or molasses.
    Bombo/Bumboo - A drink of the West Indies made with watered rum and flavored with sugar and nutmeg.
    Glögg - Scandinavian, early medieval origin.
    Grog - Most any form of a rum based drink. Usually Rum mixed with the putrid drinking water on board a ship to make it more palatable; can also involve fruit juices when available.
    Hogshead - A large barrel or cask holding 63 to 140 gallons, usually referring to alcohol.
    Rum - Traditional pirate drink.
    Rumfustian - Raw eggs mixed with beer and liquor...NOT the breakfast of pirate champions.
    Sangaree - Now known as sangria

    Glossary:

    Addled - Mad, insane, or just stupid.
    Addlepate - Is a fool.
    Ahoy! - Hello! Can also be used for Goodbye.
    Ahoy There! - Hello! Can sometimes be used for Goodbye.
    Avast - Stop!
    Avast Ye! - Stop and pay attention.
    Avast! Hey!- Can also be used as Stop that! or Who goes there?
    Aye – yes
    Barker – A pistol.
    Begad! - By God!
    Belay - Stop that. Belay that talk! would mean Shut up!
    Bilge! - Nonsense, or foolish talk.
    Bilge-sucking - A very uncomplimentary adjective.
    Black Jack - Large drinking cups made of leather that were made stiffer with an application of tar.
    Black Spot - A black spot or mark on a scrap of paper with more specific detail sometimes written on the other side.
    Black Spot - A death threat among pirates, or a serious warning that you may be marked for death, also a way to accuse someone of a serious crime before other pirates.
    Blaggard Blackguard - An insult.
    Blimey! - An exclamation of surprise.
    Booty - Any form of loot
    Caulker - A stiff glass of alcohol taken to round off a drinking bout.
    Cat o'nine tails - A whip with many lashes, used for flogging. A taste of the cat might refer to a full flogging, or just a single blow to smarten up a recalcitrant hand.
    Chantey - A sailor's work song. Also spelled shantey or shanty.
    Davy Jones Locker - The place at the bottom of the sea usually reserved for Pirates.
    Deadlights - Eyes, use yer deadlights, matey!
    Dog - A mild insult, perhaps even a friendly one.
    Doubloon - A Spanish gold coin. At different times, it was worth either 4 or 16 silver pesos, or "pieces of eight."
    Duffle - Everything a sailor owns, also the nickname for the bag which holds everything.
    Ev'ry every
    Fair winds! - Goodbye, good luck!
    Feed the fish - What you do when you are thrown into the sea, dead or alive.
    Flogging - Punishment by caning or by whipping with the cat.
    Flying Dutchman - Ghost ship whose sighting spelled doom on the seas.
    Gangway! - Get out of my way!
    Godspeed! - Goodbye, good luck!
    Grog - The nickname of a British admiral was applied to a mix of water and rum. The rum was a cheap antiseptic and a flavor mask for the spoiled water that sailors often encountered while at sea.
    Groggy - Is to have maybe over done it a bit.
    Grub - Food.
    Gully - A knife or dagger
    Handsomely - Quickly. Handsomely now, men!
    Heave Ho - To give it muscle and a push.
    Hornswaggle - To cheat
    Jack Ketch - The hangman. To dance with Jack Ketch is to hang.
    Jollyboat - A small but happy craft, like a little dinghy.
    Jolly Roger - Is the pirate's fabric calling card. The pirates' skull-and-crossbones flag. The Jolly Roger flag announces to your target that you are pirates, and that surrender is a good idea, with an implication that those who surrendered would be treated well. - A red flag indicated no quarter.
    Keelhaul - Punishment by dragging under the ship, from one side to the other. The victim of a keelhauling would be half-drowned, or worse, and lacerated by the barnacles that grew beneath the ship.
    Kiss the gunner's daughter - A punishment, to be bent over one of the ship's guns and flogged.
    Lily-Livered - Coward
    Lookout - Someone posted to keep watch on the horizon for other ships or signs of land.
    Maroon - A common punishment for violation of a pirate ship's articles, or offending her crew. The victim was left on a deserted coast or island with few supplies. That way, no one could say that the unlucky pirate had actually been killed by his former brethren.
    Me - A piratical way to say my.
    Nay – no
    No quarter! - Surrender will not be accepted.
    Parley - A parley is a conversation between opposing sides to discuss a halt to the fighting or related matters.
    Piece of eight - A Spanish silver coin worth one peso or 8 reals. It was sometimes literally cut into eight pieces, each worth one real.
    Pillage - To raid, rob and sack a target ashore.
    Poxed - Diseased.
    Poxy - Diseased, can also be used as an insult.
    Rope - When a rope is just coiled up on deck, not yet being used for anything, it's all right to call it a rope.
    Rope's end - Another term for flogging.
    Sail ho! - I see a ship! The sail, of course, is the first part of a ship visible over the horizon.
    Savvy? - Do you understand and do you agree?
    Scurvy - A deficiency disease caused by lack of vitamin C
    Shanty - Another spelling for "chantey" - a sea song.
    Sink me! - An expression of surprise.
    Smartly - Quickly. Smartly there, men!
    Splice the Mainbrace - To take a drink.
    Sweet trade- Another term for Piracy.
    Spyglass - A telescope.
    Swab - To clean something. Swabbing the decks would be a mild penalty for a disobedient pirate.
    Swag - Loot.
    Thar – There

    Baby Kato
    Wed May 01, 2013 8:12 am
    Food.com Groupie
    Review Reminder Please

    Member Name & Number === Pirate Name

    Acadia #804550 === Addled Scallywag Cattywampus

    Annacia #169430 ===Can't-Remember-Where-the-Damn-Treasure's-Buried Faith

    Baby Kato #128473 === Cap'n Blair Cutthroat

    Bayhill #242766 === Cap'n Uma Chumbucket

    breezermom #226863 === Cap'n Tipsy Tucker

    CarrolJ #137302 === Lady Salem

    chilady61

    Crazy Granny #318449 === Dreaded Pirate Mama!

    Debbwl #542159 === sweet pirate gear!

    Chef Dudo #160977 === Moanin' Ramona Slasher

    Elmotoo #163112 === xo Hackin' Eve Dawkins

    evelyn/athens # 80353 === Spittin Evie

    flower7 #179133 === Trendy Laird Knifenose

    I'mPat #286566 === Busting Out

    Jostlori #1925885 === Cap'n Bloody Mary the Parrotless

    **Jubes** #329769 === Fish Breath Jubes

    Lavender Lynn #204024 === Pirate Bianca the Ochre

    Leggy Peggy #239758 (not playing ) === Peg Leg

    LifeIsGood #482376 === Cap'n Lucy Greenbeard

    luvinlif2k #29655=== Wankin' Louise Blythe

    Mikekey #107583 === Cap'n Jack Knock Knees

    Miss Fannie #2585084 === Pirate Fannie Anne the Fair

    momaphet #135470 === Pirate Peg Leg Penny the Rum Swiller

    Montana Heart Song #254614 === Black Dog Matety

    NorthwestGal #227978 === Smarmy Alena Barbossa

    Ohmikeghod #324017 === Vermin the Rouge

    pammyowl #1706426 === Anne Bonny

    Rita~ #58104 === AKA Scurvy Gums Marie

    Satyne #1620171 === Slouchin' Audra Morgan

    Sharon123 #37449 === Capt. Saucy Shark Bait Sharon

    Starman5 #1262706 === pirate name

    Starrynews #174096 === Cap'n Jasmine KeelHaul

    Studentchef #220348 === Fartin' Andrea Teach

    Susie D #131126 === Mazie "Weevil Biscuit" Oates

    the great hunter #2734669 ===

    threeovens #865936 === Natalie "No Quarter!" Newberry (of the Newberrysport Newberry's)

    westtextazzy #488441 === Tessa McBold

    Zurie #200862 === Black Mamba



    Don't be a landlubber. Create your pirate name and be a sail the seas!


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    Baby Kato
    Wed May 01, 2013 8:14 am
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    Susie D
    Wed May 01, 2013 11:25 am
    Forum Host
    Reserved for Mayhem

    Susie D
    Wed May 01, 2013 7:18 pm
    Forum Host
    Saying welcome to the island!
    Satyne
    Wed May 01, 2013 9:49 pm
    Food.com Groupie
    Slouchin' Audra Morgan #1620171 would LOVE to play!
    NorthwestGal
    Wed May 01, 2013 10:14 pm
    Forum Host
    Smarmy Alena Barbossa #227978 checking in! .
    Baby Kato
    Wed May 01, 2013 10:28 pm
    Food.com Groupie
    Satyne wrote:
    Slouchin' Audra Morgan #1620171 would LOVE to play!


    Ahoy Thar Slouchin Audra Morgan, Welcome to Tortuga, love your name....Satyne

    icon_lol.gif
    Baby Kato
    Wed May 01, 2013 10:34 pm
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    NorthwestGal wrote:
    Smarmy Alena Barbossa #227978 checking in! .


    Shiver Me Timbers, it be me ole matey Smarmy Alena Barbossa herself, welcome....to Tortuga, so glad you could make it.

    CarrolJ
    Wed May 01, 2013 10:35 pm
    Food.com Groupie
    CarrolJ #137302

    Well Sink me! Ahoy!

    If I don't become too addled I might just as well drag my Duffle and Spyglass and pretend my RV is a ship!

    I'll be certain to bring some oranges and lemons so I don't get Scurvy. Might be interesting to try to create a new recipe aboard ship.

    I'll be thinkin on the new name.

    Please add me to the list. Thanks for the invite BK!
    Baby Kato
    Wed May 01, 2013 10:38 pm
    Food.com Groupie
    CarrolJ wrote:
    CarrolJ #137302

    Well Sink me! Ahoy!

    If I don't become too addled I might just as well drag my Duffle and Spyglass and pretend my RV is a ship!

    I'll be certain to bring some oranges and lemons so I don't get Scurvy. Might be interesting to try to create a new recipe aboard ship.

    I'll be thinkin on the new name.

    Please add me to the list. Thanks for the invite BK!


    Ahoy Hey ! Carrol , Welcome to the beautiful pirate island of Tortuga, we are happy that you arrived safely.

    This should help you with your pirate name, give it a try and come back and let me know what you picked....thank you.... icon_lol.gif

    Me name be Cap'n Blair Cutthroat


    Don't be a landlubber. Create your pirate name and be a sail the seas!
    CarrolJ
    Wed May 01, 2013 10:53 pm
    Food.com Groupie
    Well....(since the new RV is called "The Salem Hemisphere"...)

    My ships's name is: The Hemisphere
    My name shall be: Lady Salem
    and my little shipmate DGD shall be called: Boo Blue Girl

    May not sound scarey...but sometimes it's the ones you don't know are scarey you should watch out for. Besides...remember what happened in Salem???

    BTW...I won't be available to chat much tomorrow...having my second session of epidural shots tomorrow and will be flat on the bed most of the afternoon. Sure hope it works better this time.
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