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Author Topic: What's on the grill, folks?  (Read 547915 times)

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well here's the issue.........is expired the same as sell by date?????? big difference  :scratch: :doah: i personally dont take a whole lot of stock in throwing something out if its the sell by date........doesnt mean its no longer good to eat.  now if its a dozen eggs thats  a year old...... thats different!!!!!!!!

IF its in a freezer i fail to see what would be wrong with using or buying it???????????
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sell and use by are different and the same, it depends on the product to me..  meats vs veggies..  and yes freezing is the best way to keep things...
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sell and use by are different and the same, it depends on the product to me..  meats vs veggies..  and yes freezing is the best way to keep things...
yea i agree, we were talking mostly meat so i assumed just that. yea veggies dont last long enough around my house to worry about expiring.  :rotflmao: my wife bought a 4 lb container of grapes from costco on wed, they wont make the night!!!!!!!!!!!!!  :doah:
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and you are right about the eggs!!! 
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sell and use by are different and the same, it depends on the product to me..  meats vs veggies..  and yes freezing is the best way to keep things...
yea i agree, we were talking mostly meat so i assumed just that. yea veggies dont last long enough around my house to worry about expiring.  :rotflmao: my wife bought a 4 lb container of grapes from costco on wed, they wont make the night!!!!!!!!!!!!!  :doah:

another thing about buying vac sealed meats, you can keep them in the fridge for weeks if you want..  no spoilage because no air getting to the meat...  but you will tenderizing it more that way...
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Didn't feel like firing up the big grill tonight so the tailgater got the nod. The brats went for a light swim in the whipper snappers blue moon.. shhhhh don't tell her. Oh yeah, the tailgate gasket is still doing a great job lps!!
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Amazing what a guy can accomplish when he isn't constantly being pursued by the spousal unit, boober... :happy1:

Piggy steaks tonite w/baked taters, peas, garden radishes, along with with my anti-COVID regimen  :cool:

 
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both look tasty for sure!!  :happy1:
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One more day until I'm hooked back up to the ball & chain so had to make the best of it. Had planned to have a buddy over for steaks but couldn't pull it off so had to fly solo. A stripper w/winter radishes, squash & one of the last remaining maters. Will miss fresh stuff out of the garden but should have enough put away to help soften the blow.  :sad:
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So what are the purple and the white things Dotch?  The radishes?

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 :scratch: Looks like 2 types of 'em there to me. :confused:
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I agree with ya Gunner, go back to picture in 2021 gardens.  3 pails and each different..
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we grew German giants way back..  and they got good sized too!!
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One more day until I'm hooked back up to the ball & chain so had to make the best of it. Had planned to have a buddy over for steaks but couldn't pull it off so had to fly solo. A stripper w/winter radishes, squash & one of the last remaining maters. Will miss fresh stuff out of the garden but should have enough put away to help soften the blow.  :sad:
i'm just happy my knife is still around!!!!!!!!!!!!! :happy1: :happy1: :happy1: :rotflmao: :rotflmao:

nice looking grub dotch.......building up stamina i see!!!!!!!! :sleazy:
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Yup, them purple and white things are radishes. The white ones with reddish centers are red meats and the purple ones are sweet babies. I wasn't impressed with the purple radishes earlier but as the season wore on, they got better. Like the color, crisp texture and their flavor has become sweeter with a nice hint of the radish bite to them. Ruby as usual was tickled to get the steak fat and clean the plates before I put them back in the cupboard.  :happy1:
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best unpaid dish washer around!!!    :rotflmao: :rotflmao: :happy1:
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Clock was running out on the chicky thighs I'd bought Saturday. Fortunately the wind went down & I didn't start the neighborhood on fire. Best of all was able to pull it off before Mrs. Cheviot came home. She's not a big chicky fan so her loss. More for me! Cavenders with a dusting of curry powder then basted with Sweet Baby Ray's Hickory & Brown Sugar ~ the last 7 minutes. Browned then cooked indirect. OMFG! Now I remember why I love chicky so much. Spiced right, juicy and tender. Had to have another one just to make sure they were as good as I remembered. Pretty sure they were but will still need to analyze the leftovers to make sure my initial conclusions were correct.  :hubba:



 
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Grilled nords,minus spear marks. :sleazy: spuds and beans.  :tongue: man I'm full. Took the lemon slices off before the picture.

Sorry I don't have one of those top of the line knives like Dotch  :pouty:
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a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!

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Sorry I don't have one of those top of the line knives like Dotch  :pouty:

Don't worry little feller. Christmas is just around the corner. It fits, it ships, one low flat rate... :happy1:
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Sorry I don't have one of those top of the line knives like Dotch  :pouty:

Don't worry little feller. Christmas is just around the corner. It fits, it ships, one low flat rate... :happy1:

it fits with the fertilizer???    :rotflmao: :rotflmao:
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You'd be amazed how much crap I can jam in those boxes I mail to glenn...  :happy1:
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We had a winter picnic today.  Burgers on the grill on the deck at the land. Can't be much better than that.
23 degrees in the cabin and 45 outside.  It was very nice in the sun.

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deadeye, do you have a heat source in that cabin??????
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glenn57,
Yes, there is a 30,000 BTW ventless propane wall heater.  No reason to light it yesterday as we planned to be outside all day and it would take a while to warm it up inside. 
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Burglars on the grill, not the premade ones either  :tut: sauteed onions, and orida seasoned fries.
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