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Old 07-28-2019, 06:30 PM   #1
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7/28/2019 - Sunday Suppah!

That's the New England Accent.


Dinner was St. Louis ribs (with Meathead's Memphis dust) on the Slow N Sear on the Weber kettle, Bush's grillin beans enhanced with bacon, cole slaw.


Ribs were wonderful, with a good smoky bark, and I'm amazed that the Slow N Sear kept a temperature in a 3 degree range (251 - 254) for almost 4 hours before I had to touch the vents.

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Old 07-28-2019, 06:38 PM   #2
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Our 12 year-old grandson is here for the week. I starting to get him more into cooking. He was never interested when he was younger. So as I was prepping veggies and such I had him breaking up clumps of ground beef as it browned. (I hate doing that!). As we cooked I was giving brief explanations of what's and why's. I'm hoping some of it sticks.

So we made a big batch of American Chop Suey, one of his faves.
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Old 07-28-2019, 06:43 PM   #3
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We had a big lunch at Mellow Mushroom today. Supper was just some cold cut sandwiches on sourdough bread with tomatoes and cottage cheese on the side.
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We ordered Indian food. We got dal gosht (lamb and lentil curry), chicken tika, lamb samosas, roti, as well as onion bhajis and vegetable pakoras and Grolsch Pilsner. That was a very enjoyable meal with a bunch of yummy leftovers.
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Old 07-28-2019, 06:49 PM   #5
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That's the New England Accent.


Dinner was St. Louis ribs (with Meathead's Memphis dust) on the Slow N Sear on the Weber kettle, Bush's grillin beans enhanced with bacon, cole slaw.


Ribs were wonderful, with a good smoky bark, and I'm amazed that the Slow N Sear kept a temperature in a 3 degree range (251 - 254) for almost 4 hours before I had to touch the vents.
I'm glad to read how well the Slow N Sear is working out for you. Delicious sounding ribs.
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Old 07-28-2019, 08:46 PM   #6
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We had garden salads and open-face tuna sandwiches on rye. My homemade pickles and pretty close to perfect.
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Old 07-29-2019, 12:32 AM   #7
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Ohmygosh, how can your little grandson be nearly a teenager Andy!!!!????


Tonight we had marinated thighs on the grill, and the gas ran out, but we always have a spare tank. They turned out really well, along with glorified salads and Texas garlic toast.
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Take out Chinese this afternoon...
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Yesterday was sirloin steak and mac and cheese.

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Tonight we had marinated thighs on the grill, and the gas ran out, but we always have a spare tank.
Uggh, I hate that. When I had propane grills, I would have a primary tank and two spares. I always ran the tank out and then switched versus switching when the tank was low.

The best thing I ever did was to install a NG hookup and then switch my grills from LP to NG.
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