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Old 09-01-2011, 11:17 PM
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I am Triple Dog Daring macmom111 to eat a Frog Leg on the Valor!

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when I was a child we were raised in the country...deep country. We went to town once a month. Dad hunted for bird and deer which we ate in the winter. Mom had a garden that we all had to work ( there were 8 of us) or we didnt have veggies in the wintertime. As a treat dad would go frog gigging...mom would put those legs in the pan of hot oil and they would start dancing...loved them...you are on Dwayne
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Ooops.. Dawyne tangled with a country gal.... bad luck Dwayne, she is going to order more than one serving... they are not fried but they are VERY good...go for it Macmom!
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Boy that is a harsh statement. Speaking of frog legs, I asked the waiter if he had frog legs and he said yes. I said, well hop over to the kitchen and bring me some chocolate melting cake.
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when I was a child we were raised in the country...deep country. We went to town once a month. Dad hunted for bird and deer which we ate in the winter. Mom had a garden that we all had to work ( there were 8 of us) or we didnt have veggies in the wintertime. As a treat dad would go frog gigging...mom would put those legs in the pan of hot oil and they would start dancing...loved them...you are on Dwayne
Oh Darn!! Guess that means I will have to eat one!
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Ooops.. Dawyne tangled with a country gal.... bad luck Dwayne, she is going to order more than one serving... they are not fried but they are VERY good...go for it Macmom!
LOL! Well with losing the Triple Dog Dare I am only going to eat one. I am a man of my word with strong ethics and morals. Unless they are good, then I will eat more. Like Macmom I grew up with hard times too. Heck, they couldn't be any worse than eating squirrels.

That mac n' cheese is going to be on my radar as a comfort food. I thought it was sorta lame until I saw the recipe. It sounds yummy!

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Old 09-07-2011, 08:18 PM
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I am used to really good home made meatloaf. I'm going to give it a try just to compare. In fact, I may try every Comfort Food they have on a 5 night cruise just so I can report back about them. I hope Macmom tries them too and reports about them.

I look forward to all recent Carnival Cruiser's reviews of the new food.

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Old 09-24-2011, 01:09 AM
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Hey all, I forgot to post the Four and Five night cruise new menus.

They are in the link below. Not exactly a clear order, but you work with what you have.

View Menus Here.

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Dwayne the new menus are great, the mac and cheese is probably the best I have ever eaten...you will love it. the meat loaf was good, not great. the st louis style ribs were wonderrful...I love the new menus. enjoy the frog legs!
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Thanks for the report! I saw the recipe for the Mac n' Cheese. It looked really good - Applewood Bacon - YUM!

I'll order the ribs too! I love ribs. Those frog legs are going to be the death of me.
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