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2003/10/02 23:28:20 (permalink)

Mayhaw Man!

We want our turkey bedtime story!
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    lleechef
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    RE: Mayhaw Man! 2003/10/03 02:20:32 (permalink)
    YEAH!!!! Where's the turkey story? I can't sleep!" />" />" />
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    RE: Mayhaw Man! 2003/10/03 09:14:46 (permalink)
    Mayhaw Man has spent the last two days editing to protect the guilty, the dead, and the infirm. Also editing all references to Mrs. Mayhaw out of the story,as there is a certain amount of shame in being married to me when it involves stories like this. I will post it on this thread tonight, but I am warning you , it is long and rambling and reads alot like fiction, but the events contained in the story pretty much happened the way it is written, and the end of the story contains my method for turkey frying (which, as you will see, has improved greatly from my first, soon to be famous on a limited basis, attempt)
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    RE: Mayhaw Man! 2003/10/03 10:49:39 (permalink)
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    Originally posted by Mayhaw Man

    but I am warning you , it is long and rambling and reads alot like fiction, but the events contained in the story pretty much happened the way it is written, and the end of the story contains my method for turkey frying (which, as you will see, has improved greatly from my first, soon to be famous on a limited basis, attempt)


    Everything in my life seems to be long and rambling and MUCH like fiction anyway and your already famous around this house! I eagerly await your "Tales of the Turkey"!.............(no insult intended!)
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    RE: Mayhaw Man! 2003/10/03 11:34:05 (permalink)
    Mayhaw, I can't wait!! Come on, give up that story!!
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    RE: Mayhaw Man! 2003/10/03 11:39:59 (permalink)
    Will it be a tale of lust for power, international intrigue and a quest for world domination ???

    *sits on edge of chair*


    Turkey's are like that I hear
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    RE: Mayhaw Man! 2003/10/03 12:33:45 (permalink)
    Mayhaw, forget about the guilty, the dead and the infirm. I WANT MY MAYPO....NO! TURKEY STORY NOW!!!
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    RE: Mayhaw Man! 2003/10/03 15:54:10 (permalink)
    out for editing
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    RE: Mayhaw Man! 2003/10/03 16:12:45 (permalink)
    There was a problem in the translation from word to this format.

    Where is says lucky shirt, it should be in floral script and all letters should be large and capitalized and the r should be in lower case and very small.........you figure it out
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    RE: Mayhaw Man! 2003/10/03 16:33:38 (permalink)
    Mayhaw, that was certainly worth waiting for, I laughed so hard I have tears in my eyes. You're quite the storyteller and I'm looking forward to Part Two! Were you drinking a Turbo Dog whilst writing this???
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    RE: Mayhaw Man! 2003/10/03 16:56:09 (permalink)
    MAYHAW MAN: Loved Part One. Can't wait to read Part Two. Thank you so much for taking the time to share your story with us.
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    RE: Mayhaw Man! 2003/10/03 17:10:28 (permalink)
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    Originally posted by lleechef

    Mayhaw, that was certainly worth waiting for, I laughed so hard I have tears in my eyes. You're quite the storyteller and I'm looking forward to Part Two! Were you drinking a Turbo Dog whilst writing this???


    This pre dated Turbodog by about 6 or 7 years. I should know, it was my recipe (at least adapted by myself and the owner of Abita from a recipe of Peter Eggleston of New Hampshire). I was the vp/brewmaster at The Abita Brewing Co. (LLC) from 87-97. I am legally prohibited from saying anything else about Abita thanks to an agreement and thanks to good sense on my part.
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    RE: Mayhaw Man! 2003/10/03 17:17:43 (permalink)
    Mayhaw Man. Great write and and a easy read. I sort of felt like I was there. I felt for the turkey and I was really hoping he would settle down and do the poo thing.

    That was fun

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    RE: Mayhaw Man! 2003/10/03 19:01:18 (permalink)
    I gobbled down your story. Looking forward to part 2.

    'Nuff said.
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    RE: Mayhaw Man! 2003/10/03 19:03:46 (permalink)
    WOW. A man that tells a hilarious true story, fries turkeys and was the vp/brewmaster for Abita Brewing Co???? Are you for real? If so, I'm in love.
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    RE: Mayhaw Man! 2003/10/03 19:10:06 (permalink)
    You are quite the raconteur! I was a little worried when you said the **** hit the fan, because my brother recently had an incident involving a parrot and a ceiling exhaust fan, with the result being green and red feathers flying all over the warehouse.
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    RE: Mayhaw Man! 2003/10/03 22:34:04 (permalink)
    Oh Mayhaw! Too funny! If I'd a known all that was going on back in the 80's, I would have been there and bet on #5.

    Only in Louisiana I swan.

    Now, how can you be embarrased, we can't even see you!

    Your story was like one of those Saturday afternoon cliffhangers and we will all have to wait to see what fate awaits Tom.

    Thank you for your story.

    Signed, the Lone Star, who is sorry she did not get to bet.
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    RE: Mayhaw Man! 2003/10/03 23:06:46 (permalink)
    Printed out & read part one, (eyes to old to read that much on screen) now eagerly awaiting part two.
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    RE: Mayhaw Man! 2003/10/03 23:22:31 (permalink)
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    Oh Mayhaw! Too funny! If I'd a known all that was going on back in the 80's, I would have been there and bet on #5.

    Only in Louisiana I swan.

    Now, how can you be embarrased, we can't even see you!

    Your story was like one of those Saturday afternoon cliffhangers and we will all have to wait to see what fate awaits Tom.

    Thank you for your story.

    Signed, the Lone Star, who is sorry she did not get to bet.


    I will try to post it in the morning. Not quite done. Tommorrow sometime for sure. Two soccer games and elections. Kinda busy.

    But don't be on pins and needles. Tom does not go on to a long career on Saturday Serials" />
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    RE: Mayhaw Man! 2003/10/05 22:32:38 (permalink)
    Mayhaw, we are anxious to hear about the not so edible Tom and the one you cooked to perfection!! Puhleeese..........the rest of the amusing story!
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    RE: Mayhaw Man! 2003/10/06 08:41:25 (permalink)
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    Originally posted by lleechef

    Mayhaw, we are anxious to hear about the not so edible Tom and the one you cooked to perfection!! Puhleeese..........the rest of the amusing story!


    I'm with LLEECHEF on this one! Can't wait to read Part Two.
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    RE: Mayhaw Man! 2003/10/06 09:17:33 (permalink)
    Unlike the other would-be raconteurs reading this thread, I found your tale downright fowl.
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    RE: Mayhaw Man! 2003/10/06 09:35:24 (permalink)
    Great story, Mr. Man!! You really made it come alive! Still laughing and awaiting Part 2...
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    RE: Mayhaw Man! 2003/10/06 10:57:33 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by i95

    Unlike the other would-be raconteurs reading this thread, I found your tale downright fowl.



    You must be a turkey.

    I will finish up when I get home tonight. I was busy having a life outside of Roadfood this weekend. (it is possible, you know)


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    RE: Mayhaw Man! 2003/10/06 15:41:13 (permalink)
    Mayhaw Man:

    I prefer the honored nomenclature of Meleagris gallopavo but yes, indeed, I stand before you a turkey. Gobble, gobble.
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    RE: Mayhaw Man! 2003/10/06 15:44:46 (permalink)
    Grand Story .....


    I await with garlicky breath, Part Deux !!!!


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    RE: Mayhaw Man! 2003/10/07 05:27:05 (permalink)
    I am awaiting with Fried Turkey Breath for Part Deux!!!!" />
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    RE: Mayhaw Man! 2003/10/08 11:50:08 (permalink)
    Bump.

    Where are you, Mayhaw Man?
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    RE: Mayhaw Man! 2003/10/08 11:55:19 (permalink)
    OH NO! Maybe the turkey kidnapped him!!" />" />
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    RE: Mayhaw Man! 2003/10/08 12:26:14 (permalink)
    No, an evil newspaper deadline kidnapped him. He has now been released and, after a delicious lunch of leftover shrimp cakes, bbq'd redfish, pecan/hazelnut risotto and some vietnamese style iced coffee, he should be refreshed enough to finish his delightful little tale of turkey torture, gluttony, and regret.

    I will finish today.

    Thanks,

    Brooks
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