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Old 04-04-2006, 10:24 PM   #1
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Chicken (Carolines Rub) and panini pics

Monday and Poker night pics

The Caroline's rub for chicken and pork is obviously very fresh and fairly assertive. I'm not a big fan of cumin, and probably not a good judge of these types of rubs, but it is in line with most of the good ones I've tasted.
Because of the freshness, the professional packaging and the bold flavors, I can't wait to try the Aussie Steak rub! That sounds right up my alley!


Chicken pics with Caroline's rub and some finished with Rev. Marvin's sauce.

Panini's I fixed on my old George Foreman Grill for poker night..just ham and turkey with provolone and swiss and fresh spinach with and a mayo/rosemary/honey mustard dressing. Bread brushed with melted butter and Italian dressing.









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Old 04-04-2006, 10:33 PM   #2
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Hey Cappy, do the boys come to play cards or do they come to eat? Man that looked good!
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Old 04-04-2006, 10:48 PM   #3
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in most cases, they come over and win my money, and eat my food, then leave. Tonight, at least I broke even.
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Looks good Cappie. I love a good panini.
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I'm gonna have to start coming to Myrtle Beach on Tuesday nights! Food looked great Cappy!
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I've been thinking about that. But I went to bed a 9:30 last night. No BBQ board to post on last night.
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I've been thinking about that. But I went to bed a 9:30 last night. No BBQ board to post on last night.
This Daylight Savings Time has really thrown my schedule off too, I stayed up until 8:15 last night! That's late for me!
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Man that looks good Cappy. Love the new pic posting place too.
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it's easy, and quicker too.
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Mmmmm MMMM !
Where's the beer and the cigars? =D>
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it's easy, and quicker too.
AND...it has another new member. Thanks Cap!!!
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