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Rob96
03-09-2007, 14:50
Tonight I took 4 pork chops ans seasoned them with salt, pepper, and onion powder and grilled. Sauteed onion and 4 cloves of minced garlic.On each plate, I made a bed of brown and wild rice, placed a pork chop on top , then put on some of the sauteed onions and garlic then topped with some cream of mushroom. DELISH!

lethal tupperwa
03-09-2007, 16:36
steamed shrimp with garden salad and crusty bread with Butter.

tavo
03-09-2007, 19:17
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Mild Bill
03-09-2007, 22:38
My Salmon ain't got nuttin on that mutton!

:thumbsup:

Remander
03-10-2007, 00:21
Sounds good. Grilling season is back!

Thank goodness for the extra daylight starting this Sunday!! I plan to mark the date by grilling lots of dead chicken meat.

Rob96
03-10-2007, 02:04
Originally posted by Remander
Sounds good. Grilling season is back!

Thank goodness for the extra daylight starting this Sunday!! I plan to mark the date by grilling lots of dead chicken meat.

When did grillin' season end???????? It is not unusual to see me outside in 10* weather and snow storms tendin' the grill.

tavo
03-10-2007, 07:25
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PDogSniper
03-11-2007, 18:17
Originally posted by Rob96
When did grillin' season end???????? It is not unusual to see me outside in 10* weather and snow storms tendin' the grill.

I had no idea it was gone either. Is it a law or som'tn...? ;)

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Remander
03-11-2007, 22:19
I don't mind the cold (or heat), but I have a lot more fun grilling in the daylight.

Believe me, we use our patio grill year round, but the evenings with daylight to grill and sip a brew while enjoying the view are "the season" around here.

lethal tupperwa
03-12-2007, 07:18
[QUOTE]Originally posted by PDogSniper
[B]I had no idea it was gone either. Is it a law or som'tn...? ;)

:grill:= :eat: :thumbsup:

tavo
03-13-2007, 05:03
I ground 1/3 sirloin & 2/3 chuck. Nice burgers.

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Mild Bill
03-14-2007, 20:16
Get a Panini Press and lightly press those Burgers--- buns and all---crispy and toasty!

I do that with wraps and sandwiches...

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tavo
03-15-2007, 04:56
Originally posted by Mild Bill
[B]Get a Panini Press and lightly press those Burgers--- buns and all---crispy and toasty!

I do that with wraps and sandwiches...




We have a panini grill. It never occurred to me to do that. Fine idea.

Excellent.:thumbsup:

tavo
03-15-2007, 05:01
Originally posted by Rob96
Tonight I took 4 pork chops ans seasoned them with salt, pepper, and onion powder and grilled. Sauteed onion and 4 cloves of minced garlic.On each plate, I made a bed of brown and wild rice, placed a pork chop on top , then put on some of the sauteed onions and garlic then topped with some cream of mushroom. DELISH!

And <i>last night</i> it was shrimp, ****aki mushroom & roasted beet risotto. Note to self: layer the beets on afterward. Instead we got the (predicted) lurid, magenta colored Dr. Seuss food.

Great flavor, however.