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Grillin' ~N~ Chillin'

So,, how about it??? What's your favorite thing to pop on the grill on a lazy Saturday afternoon???

Don't forget to include your favorite frosty cold beverage you use to wash it down!!!

Mine is nice, thick Porterhouse Steak and Miller Genuine Draft!!! Nummies!!
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Baby back ribs with secret rub then q'ed old school on real hardwood charcoal, slowly smoked over cherry and apple wood (cut from property)... then lightly basted with homemade bbq sauce. Suds during and after the q'ing is a homebrewed IPA, hoppy with a high alpha...
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Baby back ribs with secret rub then q'ed old school on real hardwood charcoal, slowly smoked over cherry and apple wood (cut from property)... then lightly basted with homemade bbq sauce. Suds during and after the q'ing is a homebrewed IPA, hoppy with a high alpha...
Dang, looks like I need to make a long trip out west
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yes sir,
we grill good out here. i like hickory myself. i have used royal oak charcoal before.
i used to make my own bbq sauce but i haven't done it in a while. i like bullseye bbq sauce. any hamburger, steak,pork,chicken,deer, brats,sausage,taters,veggies,corn on the cob,bbq baked beans,etc. my beer of choice is milwaukee's best ice made by miller.
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I like a good steak (homegrown grass-fed beef, of course) with a nice dry rub of the family secret house seasoning, grilled to perfection, with some grilled corn...

Or beer & onion brats, and potato salad.

Or chicken, brushed with some Sweet Baby Ray's Honey BBQ sauce and some grilled vegetables.

Beer of choice? Corona, Tecate, or if money's tight, Rainier
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hi jimmie,
that sounds good. but you can have that beer i'll stick with my miller.
has anyone ever tried puttin' mustard on the meat after marinating it just before it goes
on the grill?
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that sounds good. but you can have that beer i'll stick with my miller.
Which one? The mexican beer, or good 'ol vitamin R?
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that sounds good. but you can have that beer i'll stick with my miller.
Which one? The mexican beer, or good 'ol vitamin R?
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i like milwaukee's best ice myself. its not a bad beer.i don't like that mexican stuff.
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Or chicken, brushed with some Sweet Baby Ray's Honey BBQ sauce and some grilled vegetables.
Sweet Baby Rays is the best commercial q'ing sauce around...

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Which one? The mexican beer, or good 'ol vitamin R?
Give me the Vitamin R any day over the...

Tourist Girl: And, your beer tastes like ****.
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...and that explains why it tastes like ****.

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i like bullseye myself. or i make my own.
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i like miller i allways have.
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Ok, that's it!!! You TWO are in charge of the cooking at the next Get Together!!!
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yes sir,
we grill good out here. i like hickory myself. i have used royal oak charcoal before.
i used to make my own bbq sauce but i haven't done it in a while. i like bullseye bbq sauce. any hamburger, steak,pork,chicken,deer, brats,sausage,taters,veggies,corn on the cob,bbq baked beans,etc. my beer of choice is milwaukee's best ice made by miller.
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your on liz i'll make sure theres plenty of mgd to.
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