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Old 03-10-2016, 11:12 PM   #11
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I just have to brag a bit. Those meaty ribs were dag gum perfect, with "just enough" resistance to pulling cleanly off the bone, worthy of a cooking contest. Dang.
Sounds amazing, Kayelle! With daylight savings coming up this weekend, DH wants to pull out the smoker and do up some ribs this weekend!
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I'm making a chicken stir-fry tonight. I have onions, celery and bell peppers all cut up, chicken breasts diced and sauce in a bowl, ginger and garlic ready to flavor the peanut oil. Leftover rice ready to go in the microwave. And go!
Stir-fry was yummy
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Old 03-10-2016, 11:13 PM   #13
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Old 03-10-2016, 11:14 PM   #14
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Sounds amazing, Kayelle! With daylight savings coming up this weekend, DH wants to pull out the smoker and do up some ribs this weekend!
Ha! I've been getting the itch as well. I have two Boston Butts in the freezer and I'm itching to give one a smoke for pulled pork.
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Old 03-10-2016, 11:21 PM   #15
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Ha! I've been getting the itch as well. I have two Boston Butts in the freezer and I'm itching to give one a smoke for pulled pork.
Hee hee! I have a chuck roast in the freezer that I've been meaning to make into a nice pot roast, but it might end up on the smoker, too The smoked BBQ beef I discovered last year is scrumptious.
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Old 03-11-2016, 12:08 AM   #16
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My beef stir-fry was good, too. So good, in fact, that Himself felt good enough to have a second helping. I guess it was OK, since that was basically his "breakfast". Just enough left for one more serving.
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Old 03-11-2016, 12:21 AM   #17
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Looks delish, CG! Hope Himself is feeling better after enjoying your tasty dish.
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Cooked perfectly Steve!

I have some loin pork ribs in the oven, wrapped in foil, and low and slow. I'll finish them with my own sauce. We'll have glorified salads, and the SC will have Texas cheese/garlic toast.
I just have to brag a bit. Those meaty ribs were dag gum perfect, with "just enough" resistance to pulling off the bone, worthy of a cooking contest. Dang.
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There's some nice looking meals here!

Sounds like we all had a good dinner!
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We had "second/last chance" pizza/Italian take out. The place really blew the first time we ordered delivery. After Karen posted a bad review the owner contacted her basically begging for us to try them again. I went in to pick up our order (heavily discounted) and saw a picture of their new "Margherita" pizza, which seemed to be heavily sauced. Not used to seeing sauce on this pizza. We only asked for medium pizzas, he gave us large. He also threw in a couple cannoli and his version of zeppoli.
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