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ann peeples
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RE: sirloin 2006/11/20 07:10:54 (permalink)
I am in total agreement about the taste of grilled food all year round.Its just something I have never done...
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CajunKing
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RE: sirloin 2006/11/20 15:04:47 (permalink)
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Originally posted by xannie_01

ann,
trust me; grilling out in freezing weather is a guy thing.


I resemble that remark

My grill is used year round. the coldest I have ever grilled was about 4 years ago when it was -12 out, it was fine until the wind started to blow (dropping the feels like temp to about -40)

My grill sits out on my porch, not very protected at all and is totally covered in gravel dust right now (they just "fixed" my street)

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mayor al
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RE: sirloin 2006/11/28 08:22:31 (permalink)
I thought this recipe might fit here!!

Gracie Allen's Classic Recipe for Roast Beef

1 large Roast of beef

1 small Roast of beef

Take the two roasts and put them in the oven. When the little one burns, the big one is done
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trayguy
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RE: sirloin 2006/12/31 15:32:15 (permalink)
THE SALTGRASS STEAKHOUSE here as a special solution on their steaks and it tastes delicious. They also put a garlic butter on their steaks and it makes them even better. I wish you luck.
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