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Old 08-09-2009, 06:07 PM   #1
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busy weekend

It started with a fishing trip to Seward, Alaska on Friday. For the cops on the board, the first pic is the state trooper boat checking licenses.


The catch.



Teriyaki silver salmon (of course, it's wild salmon, not farmed) on the grill on Saturday.


Plated with moink balls, fresh local creamed peas and new potatoes.


Burnt ends off the two briskets I smoked Saturday night. The briskets are still resting in the cooler.


Today, we made bluebery jam. Later, I'll ad pics of the smoked wild turkey my brother-in-law shot with blueberry cobbler and homemade ice cream later. Those items are still a work in progress.

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Man that is out of this world tasty looking. Nothing like fresh caught fish is there?
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What a wonderful time and food!! Thanks for sharing!!
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Re: busy weekend

Later, I'll ad pics of the smoked wild turkey my brother-in-law shot with blueberry cobbler and homemade ice cream later. Those items are still a work in progress.
How did the turkey carry the blueberry cobbler and ice cream?

Great looking grilling Griff!
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Griff....always look forward to your posts...never a disappointment! Awesome food & views!


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Old 08-09-2009, 09:36 PM   #6
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Whew everything looks good cept that Perch Pimp checking fishing licenses. Them rascals can be sneaky. I think they make em watch old Bambi Movies during training. Doe in the trunk really gets em riled up I heard.

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Griff....always look forward to your posts...never a disappointment! Awesome food & views!



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Old 08-10-2009, 07:52 AM   #9
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Man That looks Great & fun too
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Terrific Griff, what more can I say?
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Later, I'll ad pics of the smoked wild turkey my brother-in-law shot with blueberry cobbler and homemade ice cream later. Those items are still a work in progress.
How did the turkey carry the blueberry cobbler and ice cream?

Great looking grilling Griff!
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Looks like a great day with great food. Send some of that salmon my way will ya Griff.
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Griff just has WAY TOO MUCH FUN!

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Re: busy weekend

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Later, I'll ad pics of the smoked wild turkey my brother-in-law shot with blueberry cobbler and homemade ice cream later. Those items are still a work in progress.
How did the turkey carry the blueberry cobbler and ice cream?

Great looking grilling Griff!
I was wondering how it would kill a turkey being shot with that? Didn't the ice cream melt before he could load it?

Griff all kidding aside. AWESOME PICS AS ALWAYS!
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You were busy but it looks like you ate well. It sure is pretty county in Alaska.
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Here's the pics of the blueberry cobbler and homemade ice cream from sunday dinner.








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