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Old 04-29-2007, 01:51 PM   #1
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Sunday grill

on the gasser...just got it, trying it out...first, my daughter
Shay and Simba the Wonder dog..




took her surfing yesterday...




now, today making roadside chicken, a strip steak and some grilled
sweet taters...



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Old 04-29-2007, 04:08 PM   #2
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ports, taters and chicken are on the fire!







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Old 04-29-2007, 04:10 PM   #3
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Simba the Wonder dog..
Simba, huh? Jody was working a crossword the other day and said "female lion, 4 letters." "Numa," I said. "How do you know that?" she asked. "I didn't spend my junior-high years reading Tarzan for nothing," I replied.

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Old 04-29-2007, 05:20 PM   #4
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Good looking family, grill and food Jim!!
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Old 04-29-2007, 05:56 PM   #5
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Great job Cap!!!!

That's one shiny looking grill there too, what brand is that? Larry's not selling them too is he?
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Uhmmmmmm, I'd eat that!
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Lookin' good Cappy

I just'Wonder" about the .........wonder dog
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Old 04-30-2007, 02:30 AM   #9
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Nice gas grill Jim, I really like the side shelf's. Look's like a great cook and a great day!
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Looks fantastic Cappy!
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all that's left now is the pics!
I just got that grill, it's from Bass Pro shops..it was on
sale for 350, and I hated my old weber.
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Very nice, that's he way to spend a Sunday.
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Yup That looks real good Cappy
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Looks good Cappy...
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nice! it's roadside chicken time again!
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wish I had more of these right now...
overcooked the ports, the sweet taters with WRO rocked.
Thanks for giving me a sample at SOTB Larry.

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wish I had more of these right now...
overcooked the ports, the sweet taters with WRO rocked.
Thanks for giving me a sample at SOTB Larry.

Good lookin' grub, Cap'n -- looks a lot like the dinner I fixed Saturday night, except zuch instead of ports. I didn't know what time Jody would get home from a ride with Lady Riders so I had the grill ready to go at 7:00, and when she pulled in at 7:30 I started the sweet potatoes, adding the porterhouse and the zuchs 10 minutes later. By the time everything came to the table, we were too hungry to take pictures.

Ditto "the sweet taters with WRO rocked."

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Quote:
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wish I had more of these right now...
overcooked the ports, the sweet taters with WRO rocked.
Thanks for giving me a sample at SOTB Larry.

That picture rocked! Bet it tasted even better!! BTW the cold grilled WRO sweet potatoes are good the next morning!! :P
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you ain't kidding son! had em for breakfast this morning!
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Jody just finished off our leftovers for lunch today (heated 'em up).

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