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OK, the worst food at a gun club?

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  1. shot410ga

    shot410ga Well-Known Member

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    The old Miramar gun club in San Diego, I hope they have improved since they changed their name. If you got a hot dog, you were lucky.
     
  2. Dave P

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    We had a cook with the loudest mouth you can imagine. He would start cooking whatever was left from the last shoot about 9:30 in the morning and by 11:00 or so even the fresh meat was like a hockey puck or a stick. A few weeks later I found someone else who was interested in the job and we had about a 30 second directors meeting before I went back in and let him go on the spot. It's been wonderfun food since. Bad food also affect shoot attendance.
     
  3. phirel

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    The worst food I ever got at a club was at a club that usually had some of the very best. At the old Pinehurst Gun Club, after the shoot they had a open bar (free drinks served by an excellent bartender) and great or devours. But one time the raw oysters on the half shell were not right and I spent a very miserable night between my motel bed and the bathroom.

    Pat Ireland
     
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    Gila Bend Gunnary Range in AZ. We had a gun club there back in 79 and our meals usually consisted of surplus USAF boxed inflight meals. I loved the canned fruit cake but the canned ham and eggs was reeeeeeal bad :( That stuff would gag a maggot.
     
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    COON CREEK,!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! OUT HERE IN THE LAND OF FRUITS AND NUTS !!!!!!!!! CALIFORNIA !!!!!!!!
     
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    Jakes slop shop at picklers gun club in Smucksville WV....Ziggy
     
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    Cuban???
    Are you kidding me? Sharon makes the best burger around!

    Boise on the other hand should post a sign to eat at your own risk. Ma and Pa Kettle leave a bit to be desired at the BGC.

    Lyle
     
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    The last time I said anything about a clubs food is the last time .

    ALF-99
     
  9. omgb

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    I don't mean to brag but OakTree in Santa Clarita actually grows its own tomatoes each year to put in the salads and on the burgers. They do a patty melt that is to die for. On the other hand, they have a house wine that is better suited as a parts dip. Not that I'm a snob or anything but is sucks with a very capitol "S"
     
  10. Bisi

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    Pat, those oysters on the half shell have gotten a lot of people. I was lucky but I never have gotten sick from em, but thats because I don't eat em anymore.

    I dated a woman who was kitchen manager at the local "Red Lobster". I asked why they didn't have oysters on the half shell at her resturant. She said it's because you can't tell a bad oyster from a good one. You can spot or smell bad fish, shrimp, etc.. but you can't do that with an oyster.
     
  11. phirel

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    Bisi- You are absolutely correct. It is sad that we have had to give up so many fine things in life. I just seems that too many good things are bad for us, or we now just do some nice things badly.

    Pat Ireland
     
  12. shot410ga

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