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Old 02-18-2006, 08:01 AM   #1
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What's cooking this fine weekend

What's everybody cooking this fine weekend? I've got nothing planned, maybe rotising a couple of yardbirds Sunday. Larry, whats planned for the WSM, Finney spoke about cooking. Greg & Woody....well your on your own. How about the rest of you fine folks! It's not windy and cold all over this country!
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Old 02-18-2006, 08:08 AM   #2
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Ribs,Ribs,Ribs For the 500 on sunday . Hope it warms up though, 16 below with the wind chill this morning
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Old 02-18-2006, 08:11 AM   #3
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Started last night with a 1 1/2 lbs Porterhouse and mushroom caps on the kettle. Later today it's pork in the WSM for pulled pork. Going to bring in a bunch for the peeps at work to eat. ABT's on the grill tonight or tomorrow night. And hopefully a chicken (or two) in there somewhere. 8-[
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nuttin here..gotta live vicariously.
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Hey Finney, can I get a job where you work?

You guys are making me soooo hungry! I really need to get Les talked into a WSM!
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Hey Finney, can I get a job where you work?

You guys are making me soooo hungry! I really need to get Les talked into a WSM!
allie, it shouldn't be too hard, you just ahve to sit at the computer all day and type stuff for BBQ-4-U.
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Old 02-18-2006, 12:19 PM   #7
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Just refinished the bathroom walls. Now, onto Shrimp Creole!
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Just refinished the bathroom walls. Now, onto Shrimp Creole!
Made a batch of that last week Woody...good stuff.

Not cookin' anything, just warming up some PP that's in the freezer for some sammiches during the race tomorrow.
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Hey Finney, can I get a job where you work?

You guys are making me soooo hungry! I really need to get Les talked into a WSM!
allie, it shouldn't be too hard, you just ahve to sit at the computer all day and type stuff for BBQ-4-U.
Shhhhhhh! :-$
If that gets out... everyone will want to work there.

WSM is at 250*, pork at 95*. Two 10 lbs picnics, rubbed with WolfeRub. I injected with a secret potion :-# , one not.
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Going to a race party tommarow..worked mids last night and again tonight, so gonna go with something fairly quick and easy....So far, Im doing choclate covered strawberrys (dipped in chocolate drizzeled with white choclate...). Not sure where that idea came from as Im really not a desert guy..just tired of the sos...

My buddy is smoking a prime rib which will be sliced and served in sandwiches...

Might just do an antipasta tray with salami, ham, homemade roasted peppers, anchovie stuffed cherry peppers, some sharp provolone cheese,
sliced tomatos, fresh mozarella....Crusty itialian bread on the side...

Or a pasta salad with lunch meats and cheese and some sort of itialian type dressing.....


Heading to the recipe section here for more ideas...

Oh yea, I almost forgot..jello shots !
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