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Old 10-14-2006, 10:39 AM   #1
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first, forgot to load these last week, believe it or not, I found a whole
ribeye for 2.99 a lb.



had it sliced a little more than an inch thick....



and made the asparagus casserolle in the sides section with it...excellent



meat was a little overdone..stupid neighbor talking to me.

now that the camera's clear, time for baby backs.

pics coming.
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Old 10-14-2006, 11:25 AM   #2
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Doing a taste test today...


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Old 10-14-2006, 12:24 PM   #3
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2 racks in the bottom (thanks for the rib rack, Bruce)




2 on top, 3 hot dogs getting ready for lunch!

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Old 10-14-2006, 01:39 PM   #4
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Go Cappy!
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Old 10-14-2006, 02:25 PM   #5
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Didn't you invent the ribeye ?
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Great looking goodies Cap'n . Glad you liked the casserole.
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Cappy........................................where 's the finished pic's?????
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they're coming Wolfie....ribs went into foil after three hours. Then after an hour in the foil, I took em off the fire, let them cool, and popped em
in the fridge. Today for the cookout, I'll let heat up in the foil, then
remove the foil and sauce em till tender. Hope it works, never done it
this way before.
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they're coming Wolfie....ribs went into foil after three hours. Then after an hour in the foil, I took em off the fire, let them cool, and popped em
in the fridge. Today for the cookout, I'll let heat up in the foil, then
remove the foil and sauce em till tender. Hope it works, never done it
this way before.

Good luck Cappy sounds like a winner to me !! By the way thanks for the pics!!
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they're coming Wolfie....ribs went into foil after three hours. Then after an hour in the foil, I took em off the fire, let them cool, and popped em
in the fridge. Today for the cookout, I'll let heat up in the foil, then
remove the foil and sauce em till tender. Hope it works, never done it
this way before.
Thats how I do them when I cater Cappy. Works great. Just heat them up slowwwwwwwwwwly.
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here we go.. scallops on maple

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the spread





cedar plank salmon....big hit with the party...they were surprised they
liked it so much

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Dang Cappy looks like fine eats to me how did you do those scalops??( forgive the spelling LOL!!
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Looks great Cap, how'd those ribs turn out?
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Walter, the scallops were wrapped with prosciutto (company paid, so I spent), then placed on a maple plank over charcoal....drizzled with a maple/balsamic reduction that included lime juice and rosemary.

Ribs were fair...tasted good, but I was so rushed trying to get everything
together at once I couldn't really watch em that close...some were very tender, some needed to go a little longer. Also, on the scallops, I had a chick I work with skewer them, and I didn't tell her I needed shorter
skewers with nothing hanging over the edge of the plank...my fault...no biggie though. Folks were scared because the scallops were so big! I thought they'd be gone in a flash, there was still 5 or 6 left at the end of the night!

Salmon was the biggest hit...I'll post a recipe tomorrow for it....spent a good bit of time working on this one, and it was really good...I was really surprised at the comments on the salmon. It was the hit of the party.
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Walter, the scallops were wrapped with prosciutto (company paid, so I spent), then placed on a maple plank over charcoal....drizzled with a maple/balsamic reduction that included lime juice and rosemary.

Ribs were fair...tasted good, but I was so rushed trying to get everything
together at once I couldn't really watch em that close...some were very tender, some needed to go a little longer. Also, on the scallops, I had a chick I work with skewer them, and I didn't tell her I needed shorter
skewers with nothing hanging over the edge of the plank...my fault...no biggie though. Folks were scared because the scallops were so big! I thought they'd be gone in a flash, there was still 5 or 6 left at the end of the night!

Salmon was the biggest hit...I'll post a recipe tomorrow for it....spent a good bit of time working on this one, and it was really good...I was really surprised at the comments on the salmon. It was the hit of the party.
Sounds like ya did a hell of a job there made me hungry just loking at the pics. I finally found something I suck at on the grill and thats beef ribs , did some for our dinner they were terrible , guees I stick to pork from here on for ribs, LOL!!!
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