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Old 05-20-12, 06:07 PM   #21
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Redtop,
You should sell your images to the companies that make the products you cook.. They would look great on their commercials ! Those bisquits with the butter and syrup look almost too good to be real !
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Last night it was Wang Nite!

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Old 06-17-12, 09:59 PM   #24
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Lettuce-less salad

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Old 06-20-12, 01:10 AM   #25
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Had a friend and his kids over. I made my first attempt at smoking a rack of pork ribs. I did not get the smoke penetration I was hoping for. I used foil pouches for the hickory chips, and monitored the cooking temperature with my digital thermometer. I maintained temps around 225 to 250F. I didn't get the chips close enough to the burner, so the chips did not smolder enough during the first 1.5 hours of cooking time. However, everyone was happy with the results. I also made oven roasted butternut squash and potato and onion hash to go with them. Dessert was fresh fried beignets with plenty of powdered sugar.


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The ribs look great!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Tonite Cedar Planked Salmon.

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A Fruit Crumble. It is a variation on Ina Garten's Fruit Crumble recipe. Used nectarines, plums and peaches rather than berries.

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Now you've done it. I've got to stop reading and dreaming about catching fish and look up a receipt for fruit crumble!
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Dinner was a grilled cheese sandwich. Didn't feel like cooking much with the hot weather, and the wife not here to eat. I ended up wrapping up the meal with a Greek style Frappé and some fermented leaves.

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