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We had T-bones tonight.  I was really craving real meat today.  Not lookin to gain weight but on weekends all bets are off.  good luck.  

Shore lunch on Basswood Lake. Fish, potatoes, onions and sliced polished sausage.

It's called the "clean out the cupboards" dinner. Using up all the dried stuff, like rice and noodles, etc. I don't use those things during the Summer, just fresh meat and  fresh veggies. So, with the

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5 hours ago, Tom Sawyer said:

 

Yeah right,,,,20200111_151825.thumb.jpg.d10802c0d0bcaf074de34ee224b8b552.jpg

 

Kinda tricky to do all on the grill at the same time. 

Nailed it, mmmmmmm

Looks nice but tooooo done  for me. 🐂

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16 hours ago, Duffman said:

 

This is how it is done Boys!

A true romantic dinner that I'm preparing for the lady

 

 

Do you bake this to get the cheese melted? What temp how long?

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36 minutes ago, rundrave said:

 

Do you bake this to get the cheese melted? What temp how long?

 

Baked the nachos at 350 for 10-12 minutes, taco meat was a little preheated, I searched for carnitas in the freezer but this is all we had.

 

And when she saw the box I wrapped and put a bow on, she already guessed it was probably her Amazon order that arrived yesterday. I tried.........lol. :)

 

Finished product.

 

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10 hours ago, JigSawJimmy said:

Marinading wingettes lately in soy sauce, ginger and minced garlic. Baste a little 

 

flavor alright

I marinated some of the wife’s “but they were a really good deal” steaks in something similar last week and it was great. The kids and the wife all loved it. Never thought about trying that on wings. 

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