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ckf    3,894

Country style ribs, baked potato, summer squash, Florida corn and a slice of homemade bread :bbq:

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Momorider    1,465

Steak and Corn on the Cob, but that was 12 hrs ago :)

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ckf    3,894
1 hour ago, Momorider said:

Steak and Corn on the Cob, but that was 12 hrs ago :)

The corn on the cob from Florida that we have been getting at the local market has been very good.

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Axys1    173

Tonight USDA choice Rib eye steak and beer. Happy Birthday to my daughter who turned 21!! Big party tonight!! 

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ckf    3,894

Grilled chuck eye steak, summer squash, shells and cheddar, and a slice of fresh bread. I love summer  :bbq: season :yahoo: 

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Sleepr2    404
11 hours ago, Axys1 said:

Tonight USDA choice Rib eye steak and beer. Happy Birthday to my daughter who turned 21!! Big party tonight!! 

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Atta Boy!  she's a doll!

I'm having a few left over shrimb for dinner .

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ArcticCrusher    863
1 hour ago, ckf said:

Grilled chuck eye steak, summer squash, shells and cheddar, and a slice of fresh bread. I love summer  :bbq: season :yahoo: 

We BBQ  all year round.  At least twice a week, no matter what the weather outside.  Hard core griller.

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Biggie Smails    3,249

Koegels Summer Sausage, Pepper Jack Cheese, Triscuits and Labatts. :bc:

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xcr700    586
1 hour ago, Biggie Smails said:

Koegels Summer Sausage, Pepper Jack Cheese, Triscuits and Labatts. :bc:

Labatt? ?? ,wait a minute. ..are you a fellow hoser lol 

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Biggie Smails    3,249
7 hours ago, xcr700 said:

Labatt? ?? ,wait a minute. ..are you a fellow hoser lol 

No hoser here.....just been on a Labtts jag lately for some reason. My maternal great grandparents did come through Canada and settle in Detroit so maybe that's it.:bc::guzzle:

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xcr700    586
2 hours ago, Biggie Smails said:

No hoser here.....just been on a Labtts jag lately for some reason. My maternal great grandparents did come through Canada and settle in Detroit so maybe that's it.:bc::guzzle:

Lol awesome :bc:

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Snoslinger    411

last night rib eye, asparagus, hoegaarden for dessert. going to do some ribs on the grill today.

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Zambroski    3,065
12 hours ago, ArcticCrusher said:

We BBQ  all year round.  At least twice a week, no matter what the weather outside.  Hard core griller.

Yup...grill and smoke. :bc: I'll load mine up in the winter just to smoke/grill the meat then freeze it for later.  Excellent.  And meat gets cooked with fire at my house...plain and simple.  

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Zambroski    3,065
On 5/21/2016 at 6:46 AM, Axys1 said:

Tonight USDA choice Rib eye steak and beer. Happy Birthday to my daughter who turned 21!! Big party tonight!! 

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21?  WOW.  Congrats to her...and I'm sorry for you.  Mine just turned 16 and I'm wondering where I was for most of it.  :dunno:  Damn time flies!!!!

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Axys1    173
3 hours ago, Biggie Smails said:

No hoser here.....just been on a Labtts jag lately for some reason. My maternal great grandparents did come through Canada and settle in Detroit so maybe that's it.:bc::guzzle:

Ha yes labtts I here its Canada's pride Id like to try it some time. Spotted Cow only sold in Wisconsin very good beer but pricey. 

1 hour ago, Zambroski said:

21?  WOW.  Congrats to her...and I'm sorry for you.  Mine just turned 16 and I'm wondering where I was for most of it.  :dunno:  Damn time flies!!!!

All the 21+ kids did well last no issues good food and friends big fire. 16?? Enjoy them as long as you can tomorrow sneaks up very fast. That pic was from seven years ago the day I gave her my Edge X. :bc: 

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Biggie Smails    3,249
1 hour ago, Axys1 said:

Ha yes labtts I here its Canada's pride Id like to try it some time. Spotted Cow only sold in Wisconsin very good beer but pricey. 

All the 21+ kids did well last no issues good food and friends big fire. 16?? Enjoy them as long as you can tomorrow sneaks up very fast. That pic was from seven years ago the day I gave her my Edge X. :bc: 

Oh yeah....Love the Cow. My stepdad lives in Manitowoc and It's about time for a visit.....have to load up.:bc:

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ckf    3,894

Creamed chip beef on mashed taters.

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ArcticCrusher    863
8 hours ago, Biggie Smails said:

Oh yeah....Love the Cow. My stepdad lives in Manitowoc and It's about time for a visit.....have to load up.:bc:

 

 

Manitowoc?  Careful.  Lol.

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Biggie Smails    3,249
2 minutes ago, ArcticCrusher said:

 

 

Manitowoc?  Careful.  Lol.

Been there a few times....seems pretty tame.:dirol:

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Kivalo    553
On 5/21/2016 at 7:46 AM, Axys1 said:

Tonight USDA choice Rib eye steak and beer. Happy Birthday to my daughter who turned 21!! Big party tonight!! 

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Rib Eye is my favorite cut! Properly cooked rare.  :bc:

 

Congrarts on your daughter as well. :bc:

 

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