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Old 04-20-2008, 06:20 PM   #1
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Ribeyes and stuff

Grilled up some fine ribeye hunks o' beef along with some fried 'taters, and some Wolfe Rub Original carrots. Steaks were seasoned with salt & pepper.'Taters were seasoned with the drippings from the roasted galic sausage I put in the bun warming rack. Threw a few Smokinliciuos Woodscuits (Rum flavored) directly on the burner for some real mellow smoke flavor.
Sorry........I used gas......I had a long day.......I'm surprised the gasser still worked






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Old 04-20-2008, 06:22 PM   #2
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....as far as the HUGE pics..............sorry.
I have to get the hang of the "other" uploading sites.
I so miss allyoucanupload............
I hope you enjoy
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THE BIG HUGE PICS.......
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Great minds think alike. Did yours look like this??

I finally finished all the honey do's for the weekend and cooked some really tender ribeyes with some canned veggies for dinner tonight.

Oh and some gorganzola cheese sauce for the ribeyes.





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Old 04-20-2008, 06:55 PM   #6
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Re: Ribeyes and stuff

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Grilled up some fine ribeye hunks o' beef along with some fried 'taters, and some Wolfe Rub Original carrots. Steaks were seasoned with salt & pepper.'Taters were seasoned with the drippings from the roasted galic sausage I put in the bun warming rack. Threw a few Smokinliciuos Woodscuits (Rum flavored) directly on the burner for some real mellow smoke flavor.
Sorry........I used gas......I had a long day.......I'm surprised the gasser still worked






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I still see 'em?

RB how about that cheese sauce? How'd you make it?
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I still see 'em?

RB how about that cheese sauce? How'd you make it?
Melt equal parts butter and the cheese and add some lime juice(a few drops) and habanero(as much as you want) and a dash of water on low heat.
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