Songs for Eating and Drinking

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Songs for Eating and Drinking

Postby pahouk » Tue Aug 25, 2009 8:30 pm

John took part in a recent Songs for Eating and Drinking : http://blog.chasejarvis.com/blog/2009/0 ... nking.html . A bunch of musicians gather for an evening of food and music. Unfortunately there isn't any video of John but there's a pretty cool photo. There's some nice videos of a few of the other attendees. It sounds like an amazing night.

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Re: Songs for Eating and Drinking

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Re: Songs for Eating and Drinking

Postby zach » Wed Aug 26, 2009 10:25 am

This is way cool. Hopefully they'll post the JRod video quick-like!

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Re: Songs for Eating and Drinking

Postby Moni » Sat Sep 05, 2009 4:56 am

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AfHZzcKjV4M
I think that's a fantastic rendition of the song.

By the way, I guess most europeans would consider using salted butter a terrible thing. I don't like it, either. I mean, if I want salt in/on my butter, I can just put it in/on it... personally I have no need for pre(emptive)-salting :)
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Re: Songs for Eating and Drinking

Postby carltoncary » Sun Dec 27, 2009 10:38 pm

You never called me by my name - David Allan Coe
Margaritaville - Jimmy Buffett
Beer Thirty - Brooks and Dunn
Ten Rounds with Jose Cuervo - Tracy Byrd
Its 5 O'Clock Somewhere - Alan Jackson
Pop A Top - Alan Jackson
Straight Tequila Night - John Anderson
You aint Much Fun - Toby Keith
All my rowdy friends are coming over - Hank Williams Jr.
Family Tradition - Hank JR.
Friends in Low Places - Garth Brooks
Long Neck Bottles - Garth Brooks
2 Pina Colados - Garth Brooks


I am sure I will think of more by tomorrow.

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Re: Songs for Eating and Drinking

Postby kategottli » Tue Dec 29, 2009 5:26 pm

The (above) list is

a) amazing
b) going to be tried out at a dinner party on Saturday.

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Re: Songs for Eating and Drinking

Postby Kasper » Mon Jan 04, 2010 1:42 pm

Moni wrote:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AfHZzcKjV4M
I think that's a fantastic rendition of the song.

By the way, I guess most europeans would consider using salted butter a terrible thing. I don't like it, either. I mean, if I want salt in/on my butter, I can just put it in/on it... personally I have no need for pre(emptive)-salting :)


C'mon, salted butter is the only way unless you are getting into desserts (everyone knows that salt increases the flavour of butter which then enhances the flavour of almost everything). Actually, salted butter is by far the "standard" in countries like the Scandinavian countries, northern france and the UK i believe. I think it's because the vikings went there, and vikings salted their food like madmen to be able to preserve it on epic slaughtering crusades.
Fun Fact: Vikings were awesome people that appreciated a nice piece of salty buttered bread with their huge chunks of meat, before killing off entire villages.

Oh and great performance by John.


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