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Old 02-10-2008, 07:31 AM   #1
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I grilled some NY Stips rubbed down with a rub I threw together along with a sweet potato for me and regular potatos for everyone els and a red onion.

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Old 02-10-2008, 07:32 AM   #2
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Dam that looks good.
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You make your own rub? You should sell it !

Looks great dude!
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Old 02-10-2008, 08:51 AM   #4
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Fine looking steaks Larry.

Do you think lump makes grill marks better than kingsford ?
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Old 02-10-2008, 08:56 AM   #5
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Fine looking steaks Larry.

Do you think lump makes grill marks better than kingsford ?
No. I think the biggest difference in making grill marks is the thickness and type of grate. I cooked those on the Primo Jr. and the grates are thicker than the Webers and they are porcelein coated and you can position the grates closer to the coals than you can on the Weber. But no I don't think there is a difference in the type of fuel you use.
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Old 02-10-2008, 08:57 AM   #6
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Good looking meats. Yo PETA
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Old 02-10-2008, 09:23 AM   #7
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That's some fine looking steaks. Sweet potatoes I love um with lots of butter and brown sugar.
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Old 02-10-2008, 09:24 AM   #8
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That's some fine looking steaks. Sweet potatoes I love um with lots of butter and brown sugar.
When your order arrives, try the Original on sliced grilled sweet potatos! They rock!
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Sounds good. I will give it a try. See I learn something new. Never tried grilled sliced potatoes.
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Old 02-10-2008, 10:41 AM   #10
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I love grilled onions, and just plain ol sauteed till carmelized onions.
Good for you too.
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Glad to see you eating properly again Wolfey.
Looks great!
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Dammit Larry & I thought you had some girl pic's,

Meal look great,

next time we want to real Strippers
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They looked good Larry! Do you treat yourself once a week to real food during your diet?
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Dammit Larry & I thought you had some girl pic's,

Meal look great,

next time we want to real Strippers
THANK YOU!
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Dammit Larry & I thought you had some girl pic's,

Meal look great,

next time we want to real Strippers
THANK YOU!
No kidding. We should have a rule against false and misleading thread titles.
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Dammit Larry & I thought you had some girl pic's,

Meal look great,

next time we want to real Strippers
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No kidding. We should have a rule against false and misleading thread titles.
It wasn't THAT misleading.....they were pretty to look at for a while. Didn't beak the bank, They don't make you feel guilty. :P Then they are gone!
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Dammit Larry & I thought you had some girl pic's,

Meal look great,

next time we want to real Strippers
THANK YOU!
No kidding. We should have a rule against false and misleading thread titles.
It wasn't THAT misleading.....they were pretty to look at for a while. Didn't beak the bank, They don't make you feel guilty. :P Then they are gone! [/quote:16mcffyw]

I like your way of thinking!!
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Mmm, love a nice steak. Way to go Larry.
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Sounds good. I will give it a try. See I learn something new. Never tried grilled sliced potatoes.
I slice 'em about 3/4" thick and spray 'em with Olive Oil Pam before sprinkling with WRO. They're a favorite around here. Thanks for the example, Larry.

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