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Old 06-08-2008, 07:12 PM   #1
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I have Morgan Syndrome............

Yeah I said it, "It's too hot and humid to grill".........Not often that the weather prohibits me from cooking but today and yesterday sure did. It's horribly hot and humid here so I made some snacks inside with A/C today.

Bruschetta with roma tomatoes, mozzarella, basil, garlic, red onion, evoo and a little balsamic vinegar.


Jalapeno Poppers - My wife has been making them this way long before I knew what an ABT was and they're equally as good. Make the same way as an ABT, but instead of wrapping in bacon, roll in crushed tortilla chips and bake at 350º for 45 minutes or until the peppers are tender.


Here's MY plate....my wife also made a great seafood salad and guacamole.

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Old 06-08-2008, 07:14 PM   #2
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summer hit here like a bombshell after a beautiful May.
gonna put my wsm in the attic till fall.
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Old 06-08-2008, 07:31 PM   #3
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good lookin' eats larry..Im eating leftovers...
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Too hot and humid??
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Too hot and humid??
Never !!!!!
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Too hot and humid??
Never !!!!!
Yeah buddy!
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Hot up there now too? It's like a sauna down here... Food looks great Larry
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Its down to 79...life is good !!
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summer hit here like a bombshell after a beautiful May.
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Set it out in the sun... no need to light a fire inside.
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Old 06-09-2008, 08:10 AM   #10
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Looks great Larry, 90's down here. Got my pit under a big umbrella & a fan blowin on me for suckin down pop's
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It sure is hot and humid. It is just the sort of weather that Andy's New Braunfels Hondo likes to cook in. No problem keeping the temps up inside on days like Saturday, whan it is in the 90s. I just hate cutting the grass in weather like this.
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wow that looks fantastic!!!
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Wow Larry everything looks great. Love bruschetta. When it gets hot out here in Southern Cal, we will often have a nice cool Chinese chicken salad with mandarin oranges and water chestnuts. A nice cool alternative and the kids love it. Thanks for sharing.
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When I read the title I thought you got drunk, passed out, and over cooked your food.
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When I read the title I thought you got drunk, passed out, and over cooked your food.
The Larry we know wouldn't do that.
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Dang dude... those look great...where's the beer!?!?! OMGWTFBBQ!
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Way to go Larry.

JB says hot & humid excuses are for wimps, if you can't run with the big dogs stay up on the porch.
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When I read the title I thought you got drunk, passed out, and over cooked your food.
Oh... are you a member here?
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