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    Quote Originally Posted by Rborist1 View Post
    Pizza tonight..........after seafood for 2 weeks it was good to have a change, gonna miss fresh lobster and scallops though.
    You sure love to rub it in Craig LOL.p.s you ever tried welks,do a google if not ,i'm about to eat £5 worth

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    In the words of Glenn Quagmire, "Awwlright!"
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    My Dad says times like this always create opportunities also, but that the trouble with the opportunities are that they are disguised as hard work.

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    NICE GRILL TC3!! yummy!
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    Lordy! I ate so much breakfast buffet I think I'll have a lite tuna sammich supper tonight!

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    grilling here tonight, kebabs I hear... good inspiration TC3. I shall show the cook your pic and insist on equal eats!
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    Giggity giggity
    Quote Originally Posted by stehansen View Post
    My Dad says times like this always create opportunities also, but that the trouble with the opportunities are that they are disguised as hard work.

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    Grilled Pork Chops, corn grilled in the husk, and green beans. I didn't cook ANY of it!!!

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    Steaks on the BBQ, along with potatoes, carrots and onions well seasoned and wrapped in foil, then put on the BBQ to steam. Was very good! Especially when paired with a glass of wine and a view of the lake.

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    roast chick,cauliflower,peas ,carrots,yorkshire puddings,gravey,roast potatos,not bad not bad at all...[now where are them bloody smilies]

    thats better..
    Last edited by MasterBlaster; 08-03-2007 at 05:52 PM.

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    Now blackforest gateau with cream,life can't get any better..

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