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Food Porn

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Just a little food porn to get the juices flowing.

Bacon wrapped elk stakes, grilled french bread, sauteed broccoli/cauliflower with garlic, onion, roasted almonds, and parmesan cheese, and of course corn on the cob.

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What do you guys have to add?

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1 hour ago, nofishfisherman said:

Just a little food porn to get the juices flowing.

Bacon wrapped elk stakes, grilled french bread, sauteed broccoli/cauliflower with garlic, onion, roasted almonds, and parmesan cheese, and of course corn on the cob.

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What do you guys have to add?

Bom-chicka-bom-bom-bom! :D

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Yum! Looks great! All the food groups are represented!!!  :)

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A glass of beer or good red wine.

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3 hours ago, Big Dave2 said:

Looks good, even if it was cooked on propane.

  I've got both options available but I was busy wrangling a 3 year old and a 1 month old while cooking dinner so i opted to streamline the process.  I'm pretty sure the 3 year old couldn't tell the difference anyways as she ate 2 of the steaks herself.

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That 3 year old is a chow hound. Love it !!!

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2 hours ago, Jim Almquist said:

That 3 year old is a chow hound. Love it !!!

She's doesn't eat like your typical 3 year old. Some of her favorite foods have been the elk, venison, pheasant, and fish we've had.  For her birthday in May she requested grilled shrimp and pulled pork.  I didn't have the time to smoke a pork shoulder so we just went with the grilled shrimp.

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I've got a 9 year old grand daughter like that. She eats pretty much anything on the table, the spicier the better. Anything sour or tart. She even sucks on lemons.

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I also have a 17 year old granddaughter that eats most anything wild. Actually I got issues with her.:angry: she does more hunting and fishing then me with her boyfriend. To the po she is using some of my stuff more then I am!:angry::grin: awesome to see! Even introduced them to the fine art of spear fishing. Now gotta out up with them.:lol:

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Not much for food porn, but it was a first for me. Topped off with lettuce and cilantro from the garden. 

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1 hour ago, bobberineyes said:

Not much for food porn, but it was a first for me. Topped off with lettuce and cilantro from the garden. 

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What kind of grill you got there?

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  OLE!    Way ta go, boober!!!  I bet I could start at one end of those and go thru all of 'em in ten minutes!!! :P

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5 hours ago, RebelSS said:

  OLE!    Way ta go, boober!!!  I bet I could start at one end of those and go thru all of 'em in ten minutes!!! :P

Kinda like at the NL's house! Huh!:grin::eek:

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