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Old 02-01-2009, 05:00 AM   #1
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Old 02-01-2009, 05:28 AM   #2
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Looks good. I had canned soup for dinner.

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Old 02-01-2009, 05:36 AM   #3
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That burger photo is making my mouth water. I have the meat grinder attachment on my kitchenaid mixer and have never used it. I bought it so i could make my own ground beef when I found various meats on sale and I have let myself down... lol...

McKBrew had canned soup and I had frozen pizza... I can see now that I'm gonna have to get re-married one day. I have a beautiful kitchen and I have wonderful cookware and and the works. I need someone around here who would inspire me to use all that great stuff more often

I also read about your calphalon in your blog... I'm not a big fan of that stuff and I do have several pieces of it. I know it's hindsight, but you simply can't go wrong with the all-clad...

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Oh my god, I want!!

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I followed Martha Stewart's trick with the meat: grind it all on coarse, the run half of it back through on fine and you get adhesion and a great texture.

I had bbq pulled pork sammiches on freshly baked rolls tonight for dinner.

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If it wasn't 1am, snowing, and 8 degrees outside, I'd soo fire up the grill and make me a bacon cheeseburger!

And cupcakes.... Mmmm.

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If it wasn't 1am, snowing, and 8 degrees outside, I'd soo fire up the grill and make me a bacon cheeseburger!

And cupcakes.... Mmmm.
Outdoor temperature is no excuse for not firing up the grill.
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Outdoor temperature is no excuse for not firing up the grill.

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Looks like a tasty dinner... thanks for sharing!
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Outdoor temperature is no excuse for not firing up the grill.

This coming from a guy in North Carolina.



But you're right. The smoker was going all day yesterday.



Those do look awesome Laurel.
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My wife and I just made the cup cakes and they are fn awesome!

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