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Old 06-07-2009, 06:26 PM   #1
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Rib trimmings

I cooked a bunch of rib trimmings today, used a sample of Ribit Rib Rub (and one of their other flavors) that I had been wanting to try. While they were cooking I was chained to a paintbrush, painting my front porch railings (not a fun way to spend an afternoon). Fortunately the wind was in my favor and I could smell the meat cooking, which helped take my mind off how boring it is to paint. The trimmings were good - unfortunately I lost track of which rub was on which piece of meat, but since both were good I guess it didn't really matter.


(Pictures? We ain't got no pictures. We don't need no pictures. I don't have to show you any stinkin' pictures!)
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Say 'ello to my leetle friend.
Trimmin's sound good.....painting sucks.
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Trimmin's sound good.....painting sucks.
Almost as much as no pictures!
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Yea, how do we know you did any painting without some pics?
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Old 06-12-2009, 06:28 AM   #6
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I like the trimmings better than the ribs.

Larry did you watch Treasure of the Sierra Madre yesterday
on Turner Classic Movies?
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I like the trimmings better than the ribs.

Larry did you watch Treasure of the Sierra Madre yesterday
on Turner Classic Movies?
No, I didn't realize it was on.
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Yea, how do we know you did any painting without some pics?
Here's a photo, oh ye of little faith.




(I love my ultra-macro lens. It makes such great, sharp close-ups.)
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Yea, how do we know you did any painting without some pics?
Here's a photo, oh ye of little faith.




(I love my ultra-macro lens. It makes such great, sharp close-ups.)
Looks great.
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