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Old 04-22-2013, 01:05 AM   #1401
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Tri- Tip sliced then on sourdough with swiss, tomatoe, red onion, and leafy green lettuice.... Perfect meat sandwich!
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For dinner I had two eggs over easy on homemade corned beef hash, home fries with Heinz ketchup (I know it's John Kerry's but MAN that stuff is the best), untoasted rye bread with butter as well as a couple of plump link sausages to fill in the corners. Decaf to wash it all down.
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Meat and veggies on a stick !
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Old 04-22-2013, 01:30 AM   #1404
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Veggies. Veggies? Sounds familiar...
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Old 04-22-2013, 01:36 AM   #1405
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For dinner I had two eggs over easy on homemade corned beef hash, home fries with Heinz ketchup (I know it's John Kerry's but MAN that stuff is the best), untoasted rye bread with butter as well as a couple of plump link sausages to fill in the corners. Decaf to wash it all down.
I agree. Though I have been buying Hunts since I can get that with no High Fructose Corn Syrup. I prefer Heinz, though.
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OKay, grill masters. I need help. I made two salmon fillets and a swai fillet on the grill. I put them on one of these, first, so the fish wouldn't fall through the grate. The fish stuck to the grate. I suppose I should have sprayed it with some non stick cooking oil, huh?
Oil the grill as suggested but also make sure that the fish is dry when you put it on the oiled grill otherwise it will still stick.

Also, be careful spraying Pam onto the grill. It can turn into a flamethrower.
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Oil the grill as suggested but also make sure that the fish is dry when you put it on the oiled grill otherwise it will still stick.

Also, be careful spraying Pam onto the grill. It can turn into a flamethrower.
Thanks. Not only did I not oil the grate, but the fish was wet, too.
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we had southern style fried chicken with pan fried potatoes, green beans cooked in butter with onions, and biscuits with gravy. Mmmmmmm good!
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