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Old 01-08-2008, 07:15 AM   #1
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Decided to roll the Performer back up the deck and grill some bone in chops. Just seasoned them with Season All and grilled over Royal Oak. I love bone in chops anyway you cook them! My wife also made some jasmine rice. I have never had it before, but don't think I'll ever buy another type of rice. Jasmine rice is fantastic!

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They look great, Larry...I love bone in chops as well!!
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Larry Bone in chops rock. I wish I could have found bone in loins too deep fry.

Jasmin rice is pretty good, you should try some Cajun popcorn rice. Its real good
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Good looking chops Larry.
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Looks great Larry.
Jasmine rice?? I've never heard of it.
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Nice looking chops Larry! I also love bone in pork chops!

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Looks great Larry.
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They said that when I was a baby.
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Re: Chops

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My wife also made some jasmine rice. I have never had it before, but don't think I'll ever buy another type of rice. Jasmine rice is fantastic!
I agree. We had dinner at a kind of pricey Thai restaurant a year or so ago. The menu said they use only Jasmine rice. That night my life was changed. Also, a rice cooker takes the guesswork out of getting it just right. (Exactly what everyone's kitchen needs, one more largish cooking device.)

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(Puff, you should be able to find it at the supermarket. If not, then an Asian grocery.)
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My wife also made some jasmine rice. I have never had it before, but don't think I'll ever buy another type of rice. Jasmine rice is fantastic!
I agree. We had dinner at a kind of pricey Thai restaurant a year or so ago. The menu said they use only Jasmine rice. That night my life was changed. Also, a rice cooker takes the guesswork out of getting it just right. (Exactly what everyone's kitchen needs, one more largish cooking device.)

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(The chops look great too, Larry.)
(Puff, you should be able to find it at the supermarket. If not, then an Asian grocery.)

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My wife also made some jasmine rice. I have never had it before, but don't think I'll ever buy another type of rice. Jasmine rice is fantastic!
I agree. We had dinner at a kind of pricey Thai restaurant a year or so ago. The menu said they use only Jasmine rice. That night my life was changed. Also, a rice cooker takes the guesswork out of getting it just right. (Exactly what everyone's kitchen needs, one more largish cooking device.)

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(The chops look great too, Larry.)
(Puff, you should be able to find it at the supermarket. If not, then an Asian grocery.)
John, you should really try to get out a little more often!
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John, you should really try to get out a little more often!
It's true, Nick. There are all kinds of taste revelations I haven't experienced yet. It was only last spring that I learned the wonders of stone-ground grits and corn meal (goodbye forever, little round Quaker boxes). Then came Jasmine rice. What will the next food epiphany be?

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It's true, Nick. There are all kinds of taste revelations I haven't experienced yet. It was only last spring that I learned the wonders of stone-ground grits and corn meal (goodbye forever, little round Quaker boxes). Then came Jasmine rice. What will the next food epiphany be?

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