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Old 06-06-2006, 09:09 PM   #1
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Mano mano!! =P~ Doin' chops myself tomorrow night!
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Old 06-06-2006, 10:18 PM   #2
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Great looking chops there Brian. Can't go wrong with that DPRub either.
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Old 06-07-2006, 05:15 AM   #3
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Can't beat brining them chops! Always come out juicy!
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Old 06-07-2006, 05:22 AM   #4
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Brian dinner looks great! Boneless chops? :ack:
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=P~ Dude, now that would make a great anything butt . Great job Brian.
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Old 06-07-2006, 07:31 AM   #6
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Man those are thick
Would it be wrong to eat a pork chop at 8 in the morning?
I am now hungry =P~
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=P~ Dude, now that would make a great anything butt . Great job Brian.
But... Isn't it "Anything Butt".................... PORK?
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=P~ Dude, now that would make a great anything butt . Great job Brian.
But... Isn't it "Anything Butt".................... PORK?
Bill thinks pork chops come from moths. I know cause he told me that's where the butterflied pork chops come from. 8-[[/list]
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[quote=Larry Wolfe]
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=P~ Dude, now that would make a great anything butt . Great job Brian.
But... Isn't it "Anything Butt".................... PORK?
Bill thinks pork chops come from moths. I know cause he told me that's where the butterflied pork chops come from. 8-[[/list][/quote:vpnhbo5c]

And you think I need a straight jacket.

Anything butt can be pork, chicken, beef, or any other meat. It just can't be butt or sholder, pork ribs or chicken in the KCBS turn in style. For example, you can use "pork" loin or "beef" tri tip, or "chicken" fajitas.
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[quote=Bill The Grill Guy][quote="Larry Wolfe":2tjfi8dh]
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Originally Posted by "Bill The Grill Guy":2tjfi8dh
=P~ Dude, now that would make a great anything butt . Great job Brian.
But... Isn't it "Anything Butt".................... PORK?
Bill thinks pork chops come from moths. I know cause he told me that's where the butterflied pork chops come from. 8-[ [/quote:2tjfi8dh]

And you think I need a straight jacket.

Anything butt can be pork, chicken, beef, or any other meat. It just can't be butt or sholder, pork ribs or chicken in the KCBS turn in style. For example, you can use "pork" loin or "beef" tri tip, or "chicken" fajitas.[/quote:2tjfi8dh]

What about brined, foiled moth wings? Just a thought! 8-[
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