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Old 03-12-2014, 05:04 PM   #12447
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Oh my gosh x's and e's and my eyes are rolling back in my head! Geesh
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Old 03-12-2014, 05:08 PM   #12448
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Thought either old me or papato5 were over on the email list...
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Old 03-12-2014, 05:15 PM   #12449
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Ha, I did my part, I remained quite!
Actually Mary and I were scouting out a great little restaurant that has a Tuesday night Prime Rib special over in Hot Springs. Just another day planning for the GC!

I'm always ready for a good steak,


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I just learned how to center my sig, now it I can learn how to do multi quotes.


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Old 03-12-2014, 05:22 PM   #12451
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Can't debate the Q in Hot Springs cause never tried it. Actually I don't get to eat it that much cause the boss isn't a Q fan unless it is ribs.

This is the same problem that I have.


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Old 03-12-2014, 05:30 PM   #12452
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This is the same problem that I have.

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Hey There !

We are just going to have to get some AR Q in HS then yes ?

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We are just going to have to get some AR Q in HS then yes ?

Cheers !!!
I can do BBQ three or four times a day but Stephanie won't tolerate it. She like ribs but with only one hand she's a little slow but she'll plod right along. After dinner she's always tasteful to kiss, 'cause she'll have sauce from cheek to cheek.

I've got several things that I want to talk to you about, so I guess I'm going to start a list - so I can forget where I put it.


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Well if Steve would bring his new smoker, we could have some home smoked Q in HS!
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Old 03-12-2014, 05:59 PM   #12455
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Well if Steve would bring his new smoker, we could have some home smoked Q in HS!
Thought he quit smokin? BBQ Prime Rib..... Yummmmmmm Is the beer cold?
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For GC @ CL Info - Itinerary -- and so on...
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Well if Steve would bring his new smoker, we could have some home smoked Q in HS!
The smoker is coming with us and the plan was to bring and smoke 2 turkeys for Mardi Gras party. Cajun injected and rubbed.
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It isn't an issue to fire it up and it actually cooks faster than the "low and slow" my side fire box smoker did. I left it with friends when we downsized out living. With the wireless thermometer, you don't even need to sit too close - 300 feet or so down by the lake with a line in the water.....
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We can wrap things in bacon and throw em in the smoker...
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The smoker is coming with us and the plan was to bring and smoke 2 turkeys for Mardi Gras party. Cajun injected and rubbed.
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It isn't an issue to fire it up and it actually cooks faster than the "low and slow" my side fire box smoker did. I left it with friends when we downsized out living. With the wireless thermometer, you don't even need to sit too close - 300 feet or so down by the lake with a line in the water.....
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We can wrap things in bacon and throw em in the smoker...
Anyone want to try bacon wrapped bacon?
On a serious side..... for community gatherings at GC@CL where and how are we coordinating this? Here? Website? YH Group?
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[QUOTE=okmunky;1965028]To the best of my memory, which isn't very good, I've place an "e" next to the name of folks that are on the RVM email list. Yahoo lists by their screen name and email address and I don't remember everyone. Plus we have a few DWs and a DH on the email list. If I've left someone off, just yell.

Barb, you e-mailed me AND my DW on Sunday and we replied to your e-mail. Seems that your short term memory is on the fritz.
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