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Old 09-13-2017, 08:50 AM   #1
cinvowell
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Default What if...?

See hereís what happens when I get bored and lazy despite having a ton of work to get done and stay up too late.

I was, I donít know what I was doing, but I was thinking (that always gets me in trouble) and listening to music and a goofball question came to mind. What if you had a chance to meet your favorite band (or singer) or one of your top picks? How would you see it playing out?

You donít necessarily have to name the band (or bands if you canít decide between favorites), just what you think would happen or what youíd like to happen (and keep it relatively clean, please).

My top pick would be The Moody Blues, but newer bands like maybe Kamelot, Saint Asonia, The Dear Hunter would be on my list of possibilities. I would say Def Leppard too but something tells me I might be asking for trouble there. Thatís not to say I wouldnít be asking for trouble no matter who I choose. Maybe not The Moody Blues. Theyíre in their 70s now so that might be a good choice.

By the way I tend to be .

Iím not good at small talk and would probably freeze or stutter like an idiot so I wouldnít want a just walk up and start talking event. I would take a page out of my momís playbook (or cookbook), what she and my grandmother would do when it came to company or gatherings or the like. No one got away without being feed. I donít mean cookies or cake (it was that too, but not just that), more like lunch or dinner. Actually, my Polish grandmother would get offended if you didnít take at least 1 bite and she spoke broken English (Polish was her first language) and didnít always understand some things in English so she often didnít understand why somebody would refuse food. Sheíd say ďeat, eat, grow big, grow strongĒ.

In other words, Iíd feed them. I would think theyíd be tired of road food and junk food after a while anyway. Iíd get permission first of course and Iíd include the road crew they traveled with (I donít see it as fair not to - hopefully there wouldnít be too many people). If the band wasnít interested, but the crew was then the band can go order pizza or something and Iíd just feed the crew. Either way Iíd talk with Stuffed Cabbage, Polish Meatballs in gravy (I donít know the spelling of the Polish word for them), Kielbasa, Kapusta (cooked Sauerkraut with sauteed onions in bacon drippings), mashed potatoes, Cheesy potato dish, Broccoli Cheese and Rice, 3 layer jello (middle layer is jello mixed with cream cheese) and I think that makes a pretty complete meal. Just missing desert. That would be Cheese Cake and a very rich, delicious Chocolate Bunt Cake. Also, if itís close to Easter, Iíd be able to include Pierogi. I make so many of them (over 100) when I make them and I run out of people to share with. They donít freeze well, turn to mush when thawed. A clean plate and full belly would be enough conversation for me.

I think I mentioned I was weird. So, maybe Iím a little crazy too, but Iím a good cook.

The concert would have to be in the Detroit area, close enough to transport food safely without it going bad in the summer heat, even spring might be too warm to travel too far.

Yea, Iím crazy (must be) or itís just been too long since I cooked for a gathering. The last time was Christmas with family 1995 after my mom died. I would have been better off picking people off the street. Never again with family. They really ARE crazy. I guess I must be itching to just cook for a gathering of some kind. NOT family. I donít talk to most of them anyway, by choice to keep my sanity.

I donít know, maybe this is a stupid question, thread to start but there it is.
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