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Old 04-28-2008, 01:35 PM   #1
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Tri_Tip Steaks and Chicken

Friday night I grilled up some Tri-Tip steaks my wife picked up from the grocery store along with some corn and a nice green salad. She makes a really good lemon and dill salad dressing my mom used to make. I scraped a piece of my steak through the dressing and it was really good. Next time I grill steaks I may spread a little on top. On Sunday I grilled up a chicken on the gasser for me and my two kids along with some sautťed mushrooms. I rubbed the chicken down with a little olive oil then sprinkled with some salt and pepper along with some Wolfe Bold. The skin was crispy and tasty. Sorry no pics of the plated chicken, the kids dug in before I could get any.









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Old 04-28-2008, 01:38 PM   #2
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Toby that had to be some mighty fine eating.
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That poor poor bird.............................I bet it was TASTY!!! Nice work Toby!
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OK. Something is wrong. I checked the forum and this thread didn't show that it was new??

I almost missed some fine looking cooks because of that.
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Good job Toby, I wish tri-tip was easily available here, that is some fine looking steak.
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Looks great! I can't wait until fresh corn on the cob comes back to the stores up here.
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OK. Something is wrong. I checked the forum and this thread didn't show that it was new??

I almost missed some fine looking cooks because of that.
Greg must been messing around AGAIN!,

Nice lookin spread Toby
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Old 04-29-2008, 08:29 AM   #8
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Gonna have to see if I can find some of those steaks and do them as well as yours.
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Toby, that looks like a tasty meal ya made... thanks for sharing!!!
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