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Old 09-04-2005, 07:27 PM   #1
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Re: Howdy... and thanks for dinner.

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Howya doin.


Been lurking for a few months off and on, reading everything posted here. Thought I'd give it a whirl.


7 lb shoulder. First one... found the recipe in a Northwest Airlines magazine. Wasn't bad, (if there is such a thing as bad Q). Been grilling for a while... never thought I knew as little as I did.

Just wanted to say thanks for the "smoking" info here. (Intentional pun... sorry). Gonna go stuff my face now... and then do a search to figure out how to store the leftovers.


Cheers.

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All the information provided here and you use a Northwest Airlines Magazine recipe?????

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Welcome! Now try something from the board, and compare it to the airline food...it only gets better baby!
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Looks good Rook! Welcome aboard! =D>
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Is alcoholism a trait of the members here or what???
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Re: Howdy... and thanks for dinner.

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... and then do a search to figure out how to store the leftovers.
Welcome Scott, You may want to pick up a FoodSaver. They are awesome for storing Q and make reheating a breeze. Just drop the bag into a pot of boiling water and there you have it! :biggrin:
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It looked good to me. What did you cook it in?

I started to make a joke about cooking on a plate on top a gas range isn't TRADITIONAL BBQ, but I won't.
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Q rookie, what kind of sauce did you use?
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I think we may have seen the 1st and last of Q-Rookie :badgrin: :badgrin:

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