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The Tipsy Butler

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We have our annual Pirate Rendezvous" this weekend. Any suggestions for an "aaargh" breakfast?
 

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One thing is for sure they need to eat it with their fingers, and most meat would be rancid on pirate ships so you can put fake maggots on it. :)
What do pirates eat for breakfast Pirates eat Pop T-ARGH-TS for breakfast!
what do pirates eat for breakfast? HARRRRRRRRD Boiled Eggs
 

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Are you entering a "boat" this year?
Pirate Planks = pancakes that are obling ranther than round
Treasure Chests = stuffed French Toast
Black Pearls = mini-puff pastries with a blueberry in the middle of the whipped cream
Yo-ho-ho and a bottle of rum = rum flavored pancakes or rum flavored syrup
 

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Are you entering a "boat" this year?
Pirate Planks = pancakes that are obling ranther than round
Treasure Chests = stuffed French Toast
Black Pearls = mini-puff pastries with a blueberry in the middle of the whipped cream
Yo-ho-ho and a bottle of rum = rum flavored pancakes or rum flavored syrup.
oohh - nice suggestions. Thinking treasure chests could equal those lovely Hollandaise puff pastry triangles ... definitely using the black pearl idea.
 

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Some kind of limeade drink - to avoid scuuurrrrvy.
 

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As someone with official experience as a pirate (if you know who Red Handed Jill was, ykwim), I think it's pretty straightforward:
 

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Here are some recipes. The honey cakes and Brännvins sweet bread actually sound doable (and palatable).
 

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I just like the sound of a Pirate Rendezvous! Is this for guests, friends?
 

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Are you entering a "boat" this year?
Pirate Planks = pancakes that are obling ranther than round
Treasure Chests = stuffed French Toast
Black Pearls = mini-puff pastries with a blueberry in the middle of the whipped cream
Yo-ho-ho and a bottle of rum = rum flavored pancakes or rum flavored syrup.
oohh - nice suggestions. Thinking treasure chests could equal those lovely Hollandaise puff pastry triangles ... definitely using the black pearl idea.
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Love it.
 

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I just like the sound of a Pirate Rendezvous! Is this for guests, friends?.
Oh BABY. This is a huge deal here.
http://www.piraterendezvousnews.com/
Pirates sail up to the harbor, fire off cannons, invade Damariscotta, hold up a bank - there are swash bucklers wandering all through town - holding up traffic, swilling from bottles of "rum", costume parties. It's GREAT fun (although I very rarely get to see any of it).
 

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I just like the sound of a Pirate Rendezvous! Is this for guests, friends?.
Oh BABY. This is a huge deal here.
http://www.piraterendezvousnews.com/
Pirates sail up to the harbor, fire off cannons, invade Damariscotta, hold up a bank - there are swash bucklers wandering all through town - holding up traffic, swilling from bottles of "rum", costume parties. It's GREAT fun (although I very rarely get to see any of it).
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Wowser! I wish the grandkid was still here, I could use him as an excuse!
 

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Tipsy speaking of English Pirates...
I was just where BLACKBEARD did his thang at the Outer Banks. He ran his incidious wares along the barrier islands in NC and the guvnuh of VA had to send soldiers and sailors to take him out of commission. Bounty.
So don't forget the BOOTY part of this whole pirate thing.
Trivia for the day
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blackbeard
 
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