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Old 04-21-2006, 11:45 AM   #11
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Since I've always liked Aidell's specialty poultry sausages, I eagerly picked up a package of their new chicken/turkey Chipotle meatballs. Served them last night atop an equally new zesty Mexican rice mix, along with a green salad.

The rice mix was great; the meatballs sorely disappointing. UNBELIEVABLY salty. Way, way too salty. What a shame, especially since the sausages are always so good. Oh well. They were too expensive to become much of a mainstay anyway, especially since turkey meatballs are so easy to make from scratch.

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Old 04-21-2006, 11:51 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by buckytom
leftovers from the grill last night
Is this the new grill or the charcoal one? How is the gas one working out for you?

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Old 04-21-2006, 04:39 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by amber
Well I was going to cook outdoors, then realized my hibachi grill broke a leg last winter while cooking (rusted, old), so I had to do an indoor version, which took alot longer, but the end result was good. Glad your in Vegas having a good time. I was at a mall there once, it had a roof top that looked liked the sky in the daytime, and stars at night. I dont recall the name, but the food was fantastic. Enjoy!
At the Forum outside of Caesers Palace, they have that too. Probably not what you meant tho.

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Old 04-21-2006, 10:48 PM   #14
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Originally Posted by GB
Is this the new grill or the charcoal one? How is the gas one working out for you?
i have been able to cornfuse dw with lots of grills, prices, and features so we haven't bought any propane (grills) or propane accesories.

i distracted her with an impulse buying trip to kohl's today, and we bought a new carpet steamer and hand vac.

the shopping beast in her has had it's fill for now. will require an offering soon, tho.

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