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this grill is the second most used appliance in my house, after the coffee pot and before the microwave, I have a manual can opener so that doesn't count, although a can and a plastic spoon do constitute probably 40% of my meal preparation.1 open 2 eat 3 toss can & spoon in recycle, 4 done, is my favorite recipe.
back to subject, I have made a variety of things on this grill and am wondering if someone out there has something I want to try. I have done beef, steaks burgers, meatloaf or salisbury steak, steak tips, any beef less than 11/2 inches thick besides ribs, (fat on a stick with messy sauce) broccoli, cookies, biscuits (baked buns for our Brit friends ) eggs from scrambled to over easy, ham, turkey, chicken, turtle, shishkebabs with taters and stuff cut pretty small. shrimp, breaded and grilled. buffalo cooks like expensive as heck beef and snake is too bony and small nowdays to mess with, hopefully some of those 15 ft plus babies from Miami will come live up here but I doubt it, despite having lakes in every direction and less than a few miles apart the rest of this area is as dry as a popcorn fart and won't really make good habitat for them unless they change their diet to crack addicts sleeping under cardboard.
My meat tenderizer is a short handled 5 lb sledge, so it helps some things cook a little better but I have given up on oysters. any suggestions and recipes will be greatly appreciated (except soup :evil: )
 

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[picture in mind of Oysters on cutting board getting tenderized] SPLAT [/picture in mind of Oysters on cutting board getting tenderized]

You can get cedar planks for grilling fish/snake/poodle dogs/neighbors cats/armadillos/squirrel on. Soak the plank of an hour, add the meat and grill.

Don't do Hot chocolate, the marshmallows are too sticky three days later... and hard to get out of the cats fur.
 

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We just go to Catfish Country. :thumbup:
Let them do the cooking, serving, dish washing, and then take out the garbage too. :cheers:
 

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Maybe it can be used to soften up a Potenza CT to facilitate it's installation on a Burgman 650 rim.

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QuantumRift said:
Maybe it can be used to soften up a Potenza CT to facilitate it's installation on a Burgman 650 rim.

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HEY. Bout the right size too. :twisted:
 

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TwoWheelers said:
We just go to Catfish Country. :thumbup:
Let them do the cooking, serving, dish washing, and then take out the garbage too. :cheers:
I will admit they do fried catfish better than me, and although I don't mind catching them, cleaning them is something catfish country can do too!!
 
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