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panthrcat

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for my hubby's birthday we went and picked this up,, it wasn't here an hour and we had it filled with burgers. wink

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AHHHHHHHHHHH beautiful!!!!! Nice grill, I'm planning on doing some wings here in about an hour or so!!!

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well how were the wings? we've cooked lots on ours already this year,, hope to do tons more!!! I am going to try trout on the Q this year,, I gotta find a good recipe for that though,, yum!!

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Sue ...you can check the ladies forum out...Glenn gave you permission to start picking on him. smile

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well how were the wings? we've cooked lots on ours already this year,, hope to do tons more!!! I am going to try trout on the Q this year,, I gotta find a good recipe for that though,, yum!!

The wings turned out delicious, thank you for asking. I usually bake them at 400 for about 20 minutes and than finish them off on the grill for about 5 minutes to get the skin good and crispy, than toss them in a franks hot sauce/butter mixture.

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Originally Posted By: panthrcat
well how were the wings? we've cooked lots on ours already this year,, hope to do tons more!!! I am going to try trout on the Q this year,, I gotta find a good recipe for that though,, yum!!

The wings turned out delicious, thank you for asking. I usually bake them at 400 for about 20 minutes and than finish them off on the grill for about 5 minutes to get the skin good and crispy, than toss them in a franks hot sauce/butter mixture.

oooOOOOoooooooooooo that sounds delightful!!!!

and I have permission now??? rah rah!!!

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Sue, that is a nice grill! Love the bbq sauce on the burgers too! cool

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thanks Lisa,, we use it alot!!!

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