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nortin1962

Wheel House Grub?

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Hey guys, Its time to start talking about those stellar meals prepared in the wheel house! This week will be Tater tot hotdish and a prime rib for me. Any good ideas would be awsome to share:)

Tim

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Hey Cris, If you are up at LOW this weekend there will be a slab with your name on it! My buddy cooks a mean rib in the house medeiem rare to perfection! Fried potatoes with onion and green peppers, Heck I can't wait.

Tim

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That sounds unbelievable !!

I don't think I will make it that far up north this weekend.

Speaking of LOW, and since I don't want to haul my wheelhouse 6hrs.

Which outfitters would you recommend up that way?

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When you can get a good deal ($5) on the 4oz lobster tails at Cub it can make for a memorable experience. Allot of guys out there haven't ever had it. It's always fun to impress your friends with good food. Don't forget the lemon and butter!

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When I used to have my perm on the dead sea it was all about what we harvested from the past fall for food like roast duck or sauteed Venision backstraps with whipped squash.

Loaded venision burgers and home fries were always a favorite too.

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Nothing fancy here.

Just brought burgers to fry or pizza to bake or the bag dinners you just pour into pan and heat up (noodles-meat-sauce)

Made some stuff at home that was ready to eat like smoked chicken and cubed it up.

the less to clean up the better, more time fishing.

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