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has anyone stared cooking out doors yet

Posted by Ilene29 (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 30, 03 at 22:23

Just thought that i would see if any one has stared cooking out doors yet? And if they have what have they cooked and the recipe.


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RE: has anyone stared cooking out doors yet

Hi Ilene

We barbecued last weekend here in the East Bay of San Francisco. It was warm, and we threw 3 slabs of baby-back ribs onto the grill. Turned out wonderfully with a simple dry rub of Lawry Seasoning Salt, pepper and garlic powder.

Enjoy Spring!

Deby-Do


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RE: has anyone stared cooking out doors yet

While our grilling slowed over the winter, it never stopped.
Picked up again recently, now that's it's warmed a bit in the NE.

Sue


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RE: has anyone stared cooking out doors yet

Hey Ilene, I grill year round, if its snowing I just shovel a path. What kinda recipes or ideas are ya looking for?

THought this forum had shut down, glad to see some post, maybe it will get going with spring here and summmer right around the corner.

David


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RE: has anyone stared cooking out doors yet

Ilene, Like David, I grill year around. It is much easier to do here on the west coast since the weather is never severe. But, I grilled year around even when I lived in Northern Ontario and when I lived on Lake Erie recently, near Buffalo. It could get pretty cold and lots of snow. Our grill was on the deck and I just kept a path shoveled to it.

Ann


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RE: has anyone stared cooking out doors yet

Add me to the list of people that grill year round. And we average 144" of snow a year. Like lakeguy35, I just keep the path shoveled.


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RE: has anyone stared cooking out doors yet

We grill year round too. We keep the grill in the garage and just roll it out on the driveway to cook! Its more fun when its raining or snowing.


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