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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; My staple is wings. I have a tradition where I only make wings using Tiger Sauce. This started last season when I made wings form Tiger Sauce for the first game because I had dropped and broken the Franks I ...

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Old 06-04-2010, 08:04 AM   #1
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Foods you eat when watching Saints games?

My staple is wings. I have a tradition where I only make wings using Tiger Sauce. This started last season when I made wings form Tiger Sauce for the first game because I had dropped and broken the Franks I normally use, so I used Tiger Sauce in a bind. It was definitely a case of messing up and doing something right, because it is AMAZING. I carried this ritual until I had some folks come over that requested traditional wings for the Dallas game. Well we all know how that turned out, and I used regular until the end of the season! (sorry I should have known better!) By the playoffs I went back to Tiger Sauce and the rest is history.When I was a kid my sister and I used to watch Lassie. In the beginning of the show they did a bit where they introduced the cast of characters. Of coarse they saved the introduction of Jon Provost who played our beloved hero Lassies' master named Timmy, until right before the introduction of Lassie. We got many a chuckle joking that when they introduced him by saying "Jon Provost as Timmy" that they were actually saying " Jon Provost is a Weenie." You see we thought this was funny because this guy Provost was kind of a weenie in the show. In fact we were pretty convinced that he was a roundmouth. Here see for yourselves. Maybe you too can have a little chuckle.
http://www.youtube.c...h?v=YG1UVCexVFg

By the way! He is having a meet and greet on the 5th of October IN NYC!!!!! If any of you guys get a chance to see him PLEASE be sure and tell him this story, and make sure he knows the profound effect he had on the lives of the two young Beaman sisters!

By the way II!! I am now convinced he is a roundmouth.
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Old 06-04-2010, 08:25 AM   #2
 
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Grey Poupon!
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I made red beans and rice for the Vikings game...and savored every bite.
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Choupique patties and gar gravy...
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Red Beans and French Bread
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Old 06-04-2010, 10:20 AM   #7
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I usually eat a lot of beer.
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usually one of those nasty hot dogs from the dome with a side of even nastier nachos for the same price that i can eat ruths chris
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I usually eat a lot of beer.
yea me too.....does that count?
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Home-made nachos.
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