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Old 05-26-2009, 05:48 PM   #1
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Another Rib Post to throw into the Memorial Day Rib Madness

First of all,
THANK YOU!
To all that have served, to those that never returned, and to those currently serving.
Your efforts have made, and will continue to make this country what it is today.
I played "Amazing Grace" on the pipes as a tribute to you ...that make the difference.


On the menu was: pork spare ribs, beef plate ribs, ABT's, corn, n some cheddar brats. MEAT GROUP !






I overcooked the corn a bit, but I'm not a fan of the early season sweet corn...but we won't get the real stuff for a while.
ABT's weren't to my liking either...They tasted perfect, but the texture was off. They seemed to take longer to cook than normal, even though I didn't do anything different.
I blame crappy lump.....yeah, that's it.
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Old 05-26-2009, 05:55 PM   #2
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Nice pics Scotty.

Crappy lump messes me up all the time to.
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Old 05-26-2009, 06:37 PM   #3
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Right fine lookin meal there!

So, tell me more bout these pipes? Would these happen ta be bagpipes?
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Nice pics Scotty.

Crappy lump messes me up all the time to.
I agree.

--John
(My Memorial Day dinner wasn't nearly as attractive, some chicken legs and brats, Bush's beans -- and our first slaw from the craigslist food processor! I used Marie's coleslaw dressing, next time I'll make my own. A head of cabbage makes a lot of slaw. )
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Have you tired Marzettie's for slaw ? I use that, add a lil extra mayo, celery seed, cider vinegar, and a touch of sugar. Mmmmm
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Jeez scotty, how many were you feeding! Great looking food!
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Kinda reminds me of the great pic that won the Frozen Few grand prize
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Have you tired Marzettie's for slaw ? I use that, add a lil extra mayo, celery seed, cider vinegar, and a touch of sugar. Mmmmm
Thanks, Scotty, I'll give it a try. We discovered that we love the crisp, sweet flavors of the cabbage when the slaw is fresh.

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(There was nothing wrong with Marie's dressing, I just want to experiment.)
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geeze did eveyone did ribs yesterday?
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What a spread! Nice ring on the beefus!
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