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Old 05-11-2007, 09:24 AM   #1
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What’s cooking Mothers day Weekend?

What’s cooking Mothers day Weekend?
Friday jerk chicken, corn on the cob, grilled pitas and jerk mayo…and grilled pineapples on sugar cane skewers..
Sat…Scallops wrapped in bacon, the rest of the tenderloin…
Sunday..Ribs..I just need to determine what I’m cooking them on….Buford, the Yabba Dabba Grill or the WSM…
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Old 05-11-2007, 10:06 AM   #2
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I'm thinking of pork tenderloin stuffed with sausage and apples, then wrap the whole thing with bacon. Just what I need to bring my cholesterol levels in check!
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Old 05-11-2007, 11:06 AM   #3
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how bought some pics of the salami platter?
I luvs me some salami
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anything that doesn't move is fair game for me this weekend.



My mothers day gift is to be left in peace to putter around my kitchen and smoker for the weekend.

I tell you that is a great gift!!!!

Who the heck needs flowers.
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Probably, nuthin...
My wife just headed out to a SPA treatment (with her mother) for the weekend while I watch the kidlets. ..... Well ... Maybe burgers/dogs.

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Old 05-11-2007, 12:37 PM   #6
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and what's wrong with burgers and dogs??
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and what's wrong with burgers and dogs??
Nuthin! But would rather do something a lil more involved, but with a 7 and 3 yr old...It seems that I get interrupted at the most critical times.
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and that's why there will only be the 7 and 3 year old!
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and that's why there will only be the 7 and 3 year old!
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My 3 kids (9, 2 & 1 yr) are always around.

You just have to get a little creative in time management.

Like the games we invent. How many slices does mommy need take off the brisket before its trimmed or a family favorite see how many times you can pretend to be quiet.

In our backyard the WSM area is know as hot lava.

No one is allowed around the hot lava.

We play and make games. They think watching me inject stuff is pretty fun and also they like mixing things.
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