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Thread: Mad sunburn: gardening, grilling,drinking

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    Yes, I agree, charcoal grilling is the only way to go.
    What's a sand dab?
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    Yeah Spec. I love Sand Dabs, especially the way they fix them at the Sand Bar Restaurant on the Monterey Pier...their Manhattans aren't bad either.
    Marinate a flank steak in Worchestershire Sauce overnight, drink a Beck's beer, place steak on hot grill, drink another Beck's, serve with broiled Florida lobster, drink another cold Beck's...it don't get no better than that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]man i am soooooo jealous. we had a nice day here in ohio. sunny early on, warm, then a little rain in the evening. just a few drops, though.

    hobby grilling? i love it! now i just need to get a grill again...
    You, you, we are ind drought we need that rain it hasnt raind for 2 months

    We cant use the grill cause theres a pair (trio, actually) of starlings nesting in our grill. They are anoying birds, but have comical behavior. We have decided to let them nest even tough there a introduced species.
    that makes no logic

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    You've been to the sand bar restaurant, lauderdale? Thats about a mile away from me!!

    Plug up the grill and turn it on! Fresh roasted starling... MMMm!

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    Yeah Spec, I was there in late September. I tried to email you but I think you were moving...or something. I take a run up the coast highway to Monterey and beyond about once a year.
    You got some neat dirt roads up into the coastal range south of Monterey. Kinda spooky though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (superimposedhope @ April 18 2004,6:23)]I love grilling, CHARCOAL ONLY. I have a smoker/grill. I also do killer chicken and an excellent salmaon steak smoked on a cherry plank soaked in coconut milk laid gently to rest on orange coals - no flame. Sunburn sucks, but it worth the time I'm outside. I can't tan, I just turn red. Anybody else have a special favorite on the grill? Do tell!

    Joe
    mmmmm.... i'm salivating...

    dude, i am kidnapping you and putting you to work. i'll buy you some sunscreen and beer as long as you cook.. can you do ribs, too?
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    Feather bones are a special favorite as well. Spare ribs are nice on a cloudy warm day like a Sunday. Sounds like plan Butthead. I also do special smoking like with Rose wood and clean Cedar. Coconut palm also makes great smoking wood or a coconut itself, set on orange coals and 1 or 2 holes in top for sweet steam to release. I may actually write a small book on grilling and smoking recipes. I grill 4-5 days a week in the warm weather. I am always up for being stolen for beer and grilling.

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    Lavender, my friend's dad's friend makes the bamboo windchimes as a little side money. I am having some custom built 6.5ft bamboo chimes. Oh man they sound cool BOOM, BONG, BONG, BOOM!

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