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Old 09-16-2012, 08:21 PM
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Just got back last night from coastal Maine and the lobster pound that we frequented while there had a sign for FREE lobster bodies so I brought
home a dozen. ... no pictures but tonite we had an "almost free" dinner of....

Linguine with lobster sauce and wild black trumpet mushrooms
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Lit'l hamburger steak and gravy from last night.

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Valentines last year. After a long day of fishing.

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Old 09-19-2012, 10:32 AM
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Looked at that Mr. C and instant salivation!
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Cooked this on my smoker a while back.Kielbasa stuffed porkloin. That was some good eat'n.

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Looking at all this delicious food reminded me of my feast.
A few weekends ago as I was heading out for my Saturday morning fishing trip I noticed my neighbors smoker going to town.

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Brisket and various types of ribs.

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Of course with pinto beans and potato salad
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now thats some serious barbecue action there
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Noticed one of the Steaks has a 'rub' on it, what do you use?

I usually use "Big Ron's Hint of Houston" on meat or one of the lighter Weber ones on chicken.

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fred, i use tasty blend. good stuff

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