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Old 09-23-2008, 07:02 AM   #51
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Yeah, thats one nice grill. Bet those burgers were worth the whole journey
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Old 09-23-2008, 12:36 PM   #52
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Wow... check out that grill... and that smoker.... I'm jealous kitchenelf!
Looks great. Love the pic of the roasted veggies, and the one of the four charcoal starters . And you can see the fingerprint in the burgers so they don't shrink (see, I've been paying attention here ). And James chillin' with the pooch and the remote
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Yes, FOUR charcoal starters! I don't think my coal grates comes up close enough to the grills and I like a HOT surface!!! It still wasn't hot enough for me but I didn't want to make more then have to remove all the food, etc., etc. to add more coals.

Yes, James came in and stole my dog and the remote!

You have been paying attention!

I hate a great time with Barb and James - we could have talked waaaay into the night, I'm sure.
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Old 09-23-2008, 12:46 PM   #53
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...I hate a great time with Barb and James - we could have talked waaaay into the night, I'm sure.
Hmmmmmm! Freudian slip or a mere typo? I hope it is a typo!

We had a great time too! We definitely would have stayed and talked all night if we hadn't noticed the subtle hints (KE changing into her robe and fuzzy slippers, taking a sleeping pill, glaring at the clock!). Just kidding, of course! It was so nice to relax and catch up with a good friend. I also learned a few things, like the imprint in the burgers trick. I had never had grilled vegetables (other than corn on the cob), so that was a new taste treat for me. The burgers were wonderful! And the company was even better!

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Old 09-23-2008, 12:55 PM   #54
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Pre-cooked veggies
Pre-cooked hamburger and ingredients
Infamous thumbprint to prevent shrinking
Barbara - I said SIT, PUT YOUR FEET UP! I LOVE her shoes!!!!
And DEFINITELY pre-cooked apple crisp!







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Hmmmmmm! Freudian slip or a mere typo? I hope it is a typo!

We had a great time too! We definitely would have stayed and talked all night if we hadn't noticed the subtle hints (KE changing into her robe and fuzzy slippers, taking a sleeping pill, glaring at the clock!). Just kidding, of course! It was so nice to relax and catch up with a good friend. I also learned a few things, like the imprint in the burgers trick. I had never had grilled vegetables (other than corn on the cob), so that was a new taste treat for me. The burgers were wonderful! And the company was even better!

Barbara
I'd say it's a cross between had and ate, if you ask me! We had a great time and ate our way through it!!!!!
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I LOVE the pictures! Thanks for posting! KE - you are beautiful and food looks fantastic! I'm so glad you had a good time with Barbara and James - they are great people! So glad to see James in his CUBS shirt!
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