2004 BOG Rally Activity Suggestion

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COOK-OFF IDEA COULD BE ADAPTED FOR NATIONAL RALLIES
From the ABC website: Sunday, September 28, 2003. 1:18pm (AEST)
US county fair adds spice with road kill cook-off
A county fair in the US state of West Virginia has an unusual tourist drawcard - a cooking competition featuring road kill. The idea was brainstormed by the Pocahontas County Visitors Bureau to spice up their Autumn Harvest Festival.County spokeswoman Gail Price says the road kill cook-off is now a popular part of the fair. "It mainly has to be something that can be commonly found along the side of the road," she said. "We have possum, squirrel, rattlesnake, raccoon, venison, turkey, bear, anything like that. "They fix it and they serve it in a unique way and the judges go around and taste everything and that's what the judging is based on. Showmanship, taste and originality." Critics of the road kill cook-off say it is more tasteless, than taste. Anthony over to you old son, I'm sure you would be a front runner with this one. Kookaburra Pasta with a drop of Andy's red and your in heaven. Enough to make a body nod off while sitting in a chair. Ernie
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Reply By: Noosa Fox - Sunday, Oct 26, 2003 at 17:28

Sunday, Oct 26, 2003 at 17:28
Another one of those Could only happen in America subjects. Brian
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Reply By: Deleted User - Sunday, Oct 26, 2003 at 17:29

Sunday, Oct 26, 2003 at 17:29
Not so quick with the 'attack the
USA' angle, how about the culturally cringed Qlders performing dwarf throwing
for entertainment ?
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Reply By: Bushtracker42 - Sunday, Oct 26, 2003 at 17:30

Sunday, Oct 26, 2003 at 17:30
I
remember an outlet at Mendel Markets in Darwin, something along the lines of. “You eat it, we’ll Kill
it.”



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COOK-OFF IDEA COULD
BE ADAPTED FOR NATIONAL RALLIES

From the ABC website: Sunday, September 28, 2003. 1:18pm
(AEST)

US county fair adds spice with road kill
cook-off

A county fair in the US state of West Virginia has an unusual tourist
drawcard - a cooking competition featuring road kill. The idea was
brainstormed by the Pocahontas County Visitors Bureau to spice up their
Autumn Harvest Festival.County spokeswoman Gail Price says the road kill
cook-off is now a popular part of the fair. 'It mainly has to be
something that can be commonly found along the side of the road,' she
said. 'We have possum, squirrel, rattlesnake, raccoon, venison,
turkey, bear, anything like that. 'They fix it and they serve it in a
unique way and the judges go around and taste everything and that's what
the judging is based on. Showmanship, taste and originality.' Critics
of the road kill cook-off say it is more tasteless, than taste.
Anthony
over to you old son, I'm sure you would be a front runner with this one.
Kookaburra Pasta with a drop of Andy's red and your in heaven. Enough to
make a body nod off while sitting in a chair.
Ernie












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