June 12th, 2009 Six Flags Great America and the Food Network invites you

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Six Flags Great America and the Food Network have invited coaster enthusiasts for dinner!! They are looking for 250 people for a Food Network production on Friday June 12th. This is a free food event to all coaster enthusiast and their guests. You must pay the gate admission or have a Season Pass to enter the park. All participants will be fed dinner and be a part of something special involving the Food Network. So if you like food (and what enthusiast doesn't?) this is a great chance for a good free meal.

Registration is 2 - 5 pm.
Event is from 630- 830.
We need RSVPs by June 5.

- this was emailed to our region of ACE. Registration deadline may be extended if they dont reach 250 people by tomorrow.

Last edited by beast7369,

Free food for coaster geeks? Not gonna touch it.


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Funnel Cake/Corn Dog throwdown? :)

Iron Chef, with today's secret ingredient.....



Oh lord, let the gravy flow.

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It's a scary visual. ;)

Very scary.... :(

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Too easy for us
To make joke about gravy
Resistance futile

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tambo said:
Iron Chef, with today's secret ingredient.....



No that was Cedar Fair a couple of years ago, I want the 25 cent cotton candy back. I ate so much cotton candy that year I thought I would never eat it again...

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The idea was fantastic, but the implementation was horrid. I believe that their were only a hand full of locations selling 25 cent cotton candy in the entire park, and on some days many of them were not even open. Finding the cheap treat was a quest of epic proportions.

It was really fresh and delicious though. They usually made it right in front of you, and sometimes they even asked what color you wanted!

I'm craving cotton candy now. :)

This is the best setup of all time.

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Are they doing a piece on enthusiast buffets at parks? This should be interesting. ;)


Well, I just got home from the park...the event was fun.

It was for the filming of "Dinner: Impossible" with Chef Robert Irvine. He had to cook dinner using ingredients found around the park. Some of the dishes were great, others were not so great.

As of now, the episode is scheduled to be aired on August 26th.

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