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Old 07-16-2006, 05:50 PM   #1
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D.O.D. T-bones

Since the fires of hell have gravitated up here where I live. I decided to do some D.O.D. ("direct over driveway") T-bones.
I checked the temp before I slapped 'em on, flavored with Kosher salt and fresh ground pepper, 2 min. each side!





A little pasta salad, some beans with chopped up left over Tri-Tip and a dip in the above ground pool, and life is good ....very, very good

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Old 07-16-2006, 06:01 PM   #2
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very nice Puff! Beef! It's whats for dinner!
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Looks like shoe leather.......
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You are the man Puff...I hope you waited an hour after you ate before you went swimming...
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Looks like shoe leather.......
You were looking at your ass
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You do live in a Van down by the Detroit river? Saves on wood consumption... =D> :biggrin:

Good lucking steaks , thanks fro picking a clean spot on the drive, not over that big a$$ oil slick left by the Harley.... :star: :itsok:
The old one leaks And no I don't have a fro At least not on the driveway The oil from a Harley would be an added flavor =P~
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Old 07-16-2006, 09:35 PM   #7
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That can replace the term " hot enough to fry an egg on the sidewalk"
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Is that some type of new mosaic brick pavers on the patio there...got kind of a southwest color scheme going there. Very stylish for south Warren.
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That's awsome Puff.
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Good looking steaks, Puff.
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Steak looks great! =D> It was hot as hell here too on Sunday.
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Is that some type of new mosaic brick pavers on the patio there...got kind of a southwest color scheme going there. Very stylish for south Warren.
That would be the "chipped paint hillbillious" great looking stuff huh?


Note to self, paint the patio #-o
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