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Old 12-18-2004, 01:07 PM   #11
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Thanks for the welcome back, kitchen elf! I am glad to be here. Gosh! I wish I knew why I didn't come back sooner...but the main thing is, I'm back now...lol ;)
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Old 12-18-2004, 11:25 PM   #12
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Welcome Back to ya lotsarecipes....I'm just down the 401 from you....love to bbq too...we need to introduce our American freinds to Rob Rainford on Foodtv.ca with his "license to grill" show...you can never have to many "Q" recipes!!!! Pst :D
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Old 01-03-2005, 07:56 AM   #13
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Welcome Back to ya lotsarecipes....I'm just down the 401 from you....love to bbq too...we need to introduce our American freinds to Rob Rainford on Foodtv.ca with his "license to grill" show...you can never have to many "Q" recipes!!!! Pst :D
Hi pst1can! Rob Rainford is amazing!! I loved watching the show when it was on in the summer. I'm sure our American friends would really enjoy his style. I saw him on Christine Cushing a couple of months back. He seems so personable!

Every time I see a cookbook on 'q'ing, I buy it for hubby. I think my favourite is The BBQ Bible by Steven Raichlen. I noticed he also had a show on PBS in the summer that looked very informative.
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