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    Good luck with that angioplasty !!

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    Paymaster the meat Wreath is a cool idea How long does it take to cook?

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    Quote Originally Posted by darwin View Post
    Paymaster the meat Wreath is a cool idea How long does it take to cook?
    Thanks!
    2.5 to 3 hours at 225-250*. It was a big hit with the family.
    " Are you happy? If not, why not?"

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    2.5 to 3 hours at 225-250*. It was a big hit with the family.[/QUOTE]

    By the look of it I'd say it would be a big hit anywhere.

    I've just returned a couple of weeks ago from a Mate's Son's Engagement Party,which was held on his Sheep Station 400 miles away.
    I didn't take any Photos as I didn't have a Beer out of my hand long enough as The Party went from Thursday afternoon when I arrived until the Late Hours of Sunday night with only a couple of Sleeps,4 Showers & Gear Changes in between.
    Over 200 people turned up,there was enough food to feed 1000 as he Killed & Dressed 7 Sheep & 1 Very Large Porker.
    We had 3 Sheep on the Spit,2 large Pork Rolls,heaps of Susages & Rissoles plus all The Salads & Deserts as well as Wines,everyone including myself ate & drank quite well.
    I am glad to be home,drying out,recovering as well as Fishing as that's the most I've ate & drank since his 60th the same time last year..
    Brian

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    korean spare ribs



    served with white rice, kimchee and assorted pickled veggies.


    ARFE

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    #1 rated steak & fries in Montana...

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    That's a freaking T Bone!

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    Thanks. Actually, they are rib steaks, and there were only two of us. The leftovers made a fine chili the day after. The crisp, crinkle cut french fries, are so good they sometimes over shadow the steaks. I'm at home smokin' baby backs today...

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    Little seafood last night.

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    dillon, nice "cowboy cuts". bone in ribeye is my fav and those are some fatties

    paymaster what a spread!

    casey


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