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Old 01-11-2009, 10:31 AM   #31
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Tri tip, grilled veggies, apple or cherry plank pork tenderloin, and maybe a fattie.
That would all be great done on a new Primo Jr. [/quote:ajrscg9j]

Yeah no kidding..........some people are just unappreciative...
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Old 01-11-2009, 11:47 AM   #32
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[quote=Larry Wolfe][quote="Gary in VA":2ngqe6p6]
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Tri tip, grilled veggies, apple or cherry plank pork tenderloin, and maybe a fattie.
That would all be great done on a new Primo Jr. [/quote:2ngqe6p6]

Yeah no kidding..........some people are just unappreciative... [/quote:2ngqe6p6]



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Old 01-11-2009, 11:59 AM   #33
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If I can dodge the ran later today I will BBQ some chicken and pork finger with the Reverand Marvins, Mustard BBQ sauce I received from the head master of the site!!

RB I've neverput Mushrooms in Gumbo, but that looks good enough that I'll try next time, got me hungry!!
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I never heard of that either,

Its realy considered a stew when add non traditional stuff to a gumbo.
While I'm sure its good it's just not the gumbo that most cauns are familiar
with

I'm cookin a beef stew, using chuck tators n carrots
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Old 01-11-2009, 12:32 PM   #34
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thigh pics are posted in the grilling section.
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If I can dodge the ran later today I will BBQ some chicken and pork finger with the Reverand Marvins, Mustard BBQ sauce I received from the head master of the site!!

RB I've neverput Mushrooms in Gumbo, but that looks good enough that I'll try next time, got me hungry!!
Don't tell anyone if you do BC

I never heard of that either,

Its realy considered a stew when add non traditional stuff to a gumbo.
While I'm sure its good it's just not the gumbo that most cauns are familiar
with


I'm cookin a beef stew, using chuck tators n carrots
I agree JB, we won't tell him that its not traditional and maybe he won't notice
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Old 01-11-2009, 01:04 PM   #36
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[quote=Helen_Paradise][quote="Larry Wolfe":djj6mqq3][quote="Gary in VA":djj6mqq3]
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Tri tip, grilled veggies, apple or cherry plank pork tenderloin, and maybe a fattie.
That would all be great done on a new Primo Jr. [/quote:djj6mqq3]

Yeah no kidding..........some people are just unappreciative... [/quote:djj6mqq3]



WAAWAAWAA. Beautiful on the Smokey Joe.[/quote:djj6mqq3]

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Old 01-11-2009, 01:27 PM   #37
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[quote=Larry Wolfe][quote="Helen_Paradise":36t2szx2][quote="Larry Wolfe":36t2szx2][quote="Gary in VA":36t2szx2]
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Tri tip, grilled veggies, apple or cherry plank pork tenderloin, and maybe a fattie.
That would all be great done on a new Primo Jr. [/quote:36t2szx2]

Yeah no kidding..........some people are just unappreciative... [/quote:36t2szx2]



WAAWAAWAA. Beautiful on the Smokey Joe.[/quote:36t2szx2]

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Ya know Larry, I think Helen should buy us both plane tickets to CA so we can fly out there and put that thing together for her or she'll never get it out of the crate!
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[quote=Gary in VA][quote="Larry Wolfe"qvct8qn][quote="Helen_Paradise"qvct8qn][quote="Larry Wolfe"qvct8qn][quote="Gary in VA"qvct8qn]
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Tri tip, grilled veggies, apple or cherry plank pork tenderloin, and maybe a fattie.
That would all be great done on a new Primo Jr. [/quoteqvct8qn]

Yeah no kidding..........some people are just unappreciative... [/quoteqvct8qn]



WAAWAAWAA. Beautiful on the Smokey Joe.[/quoteqvct8qn]

You need a man in your life (he'd clean the grates for you)[/quoteqvct8qn]

Ya know Larry, I think Helen should buy us both plane tickets to CA so we can fly out there and put that thing together for her or she'll never get it out of the crate![/quoteqvct8qn]
It would be nice to see that cooker in action.
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What you mean I can't put mushrooms in gumbo??? There is a million recipes for gumbo and I'm sure some of them have mushrooms in them. This one did, although I didn't go by a recipe. Wait. I thought that was what gumbo was, a meal made with stuff available to use and on hand at the time???

You would be proud JB. I even made the roux in the oven and added what I needed to thicken and flavor it.
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Old 01-11-2009, 02:27 PM   #40
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Fungus in Gumbo? Good Lawdy hope Justeen ain't reading this from the Big Fa Do Do in Heaven. Who has the rope and hawg knife?

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