BBQ with Jim and Dom - Saturday 18th July

rabski

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Seems a half of shandy and nibble of thin slice of pig and chicken is now too much for the once great Coco san:
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'Live' trolling eh?

To 'live troll' the primary requirement is to be awake.

I would count that as a win, but Pete and I both know that I can't...

 

Tony Whittle

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What can I say, my first Bake-Off and it is a Jim spectacular! It was really good to put faces to names and meet the wise and warm curmudgeons that I read on a regular basis, some were almost normal (in a nice way) The famous BBQ team of 'Jim and Dom' definitely lived up to the hype, if Carlsberg did a Meat Feast this would be it. Maybe they should be commissioned do the catering at every Wam Bake-Off. Missed out on the choccy treats as I had to bail early but I would have stayed longer if I knew they were coming.

Listened to the Starship Kronos which delivered a couple of sides of 'Free' with an appealing freshness and vividness, one of my top 5 bands so a treat all round.

Massive thanks to Jim and his family for all the work and commitment that delivered a top class day out and all the convivial chat from fellow warmers.

Oh well back to Gaviscon and the darkened room.......

 

rmsshipbroker

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Quote of the weekend from Ann -"All I could hear all day was loud Yorkshire accents - bleedin' Fred Dibnahs"

:rofl:
Oi, that bugger's from Lancashire! :eek:ff:

There's a saying that you can always tell a Yorkshireman, you just cant tell em much. ;-)

Thanks for the wonderful hospitality and grub, I might even have put some weight on. :shock:

The gods smiled on us, weather wise, and great to meet some new, to me, Wammers as well as the old reprobates.

 

JezR

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Muchly grateful to Jim/family and Dom for the best BBQ food ever, also the chorizo chilli that Pete did was super scrummy.

Good to meet everyone and chat, thanks again people.

 

chelseadave

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I forgot to mention Dom's sterling work as cook at the Barbie. Also I found out that Liverpool loving Jim is outnumbered by Chelsea supporters in his own home!

 

JVS

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Also I found out that Liverpool loving Jim is outnumbered by Chelsea supporters in his own home!
Not true :nup: My eldest daughter and myself support the most successful football team in the country, and Ann and the youngest support the chavs. So it's a 50/50 split :TheBird:

 

rabski

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Not true :nup: My eldest daughter and myself support the most successful football team in the country, and Ann and the youngest support the chavs. So it's a 50/50 split :TheBird:
Easy sunshine. I might consider withdrawing some of my kind words at this rate.

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I forgot to mention Dom's sterling work as cook at the Barbie
Absolutely so. I similarly forgot to mention the sterling effort put in by the BBQ king hisself.

Fantastic work Dom. Those lamb 'give me another ten' were truly epic.

 

mayebaza

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Thanks Jim, Dom and family for ensuring that it was not only the Pass Monoblocks that produced a warm atmosphere. A great day!

 

ray70

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Well done Jim and Dom. The food looks delicious. Nice charcoal arrangement :geek:

 

SCIDB

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Hi,

Big thanks to Jim and family for their hospitality. Big thanks to Dom for handling alot of the cooking.

The food was top notch. My stomach was pleased.

A great day out.

SCIDB

 
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Had a great time and was a pleasure talking utter dribble with everyone as usual.

Even listened to the hifi a few times, always nice to refresh the audio memory of jims system.

 

pmac

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Got home around 7:15pm this evening, a bit knackered.

A long drive, but more than worth it! Great social event, wonderful food (cheers, Jim & Dom, and the girls) great company, fantastic atmosphere.

We we even listened to some music at one point (it was dark and raining outside)

 

rabski

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On another, related matter.

I've never met mayebaza before. However, I'm a roots fan from way back when.

Someone please tell me he's not actually Barrington Levy, because he sure as hell looks like the man himself!

 

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