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Old 07-04-2014, 12:25 PM   #1
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Menu for Happy B-day USA 4th of July, '14

What's cookin? We're doing ribs and corn on the grill for just the two of us.
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Old 07-04-2014, 12:31 PM   #2
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Not sure. I was going to try my hand at smoking some ribs but holding off until tomorrow. Maybe just burgers and make some mac salad and coleslaw.
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Old 07-04-2014, 12:34 PM   #3
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What's cookin? We're doing ribs and corn on the grill for just the two of us.
Now that sounds really nice.What kind are you making? Pork or Beef?
Hubby and I will have the house to ourselves tonight.The guys are going to a friends house to celebrate the 4th. I have a full pack of both in the freezer looking for a home.Oh yeah, any special sauce your using?

I'm craving macaroni salad.

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Happy 4th of July, everyone. (Is it correct to say "Congratulations!" ?)
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Old 07-04-2014, 12:59 PM   #5
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Now that sounds really nice.What kind are you making? Pork or Beef?
Hubby and I will have the house to ourselves tonight.The guys are going to a friends house to celebrate the 4th. I have a full pack of both in the freezer looking for a home.Oh yeah, any special sauce your using?

I'm craving macaroni salad.

Munky.
Wish we could have you over to share the meal Munky! I did a highly seasoned rub on the pork loin ribs last night. I'll be making some sauce to finish them. Actually the sauce I make is pretty basic...ketchup, br. sugar, vinegar, liquid smoke, a little Jack Daniel's for good measure. lol
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a little Jack Daniel's for good measure. lol
A little for the sauce, a little for the cook....
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Wish we could have you over to share the meal Munky! I did a highly seasoned rub on the pork loin ribs last night. I'll be making some sauce to finish them. Actually the sauce I make is pretty basic...ketchup, br. sugar, vinegar, liquid smoke, a little Jack Daniel's for good measure. lol
Hey, I'd be there.Save me some Jack, JACK!
You can call me...

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A little for the sauce, a little for the cook....
Yup!! I used to buy the Jack Daniel's Barbeque Sauce, but it's a lot more fun to make it myself.
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Nothing exciting here...beans and a spinach salad.
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We're in for a stormy day and night so we're just cleaning out the freezer of convenience foods. We have a couple of TJs flatbreads, siu may and wontons. I'll mix up a dipping sauce and maybe a salad to fulfill the veggie requirement. Although, there is cilantro in the wontons and mushrooms on the flatbread...
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