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    Labor Day chow.

    For those that will be off and enjoying the holiday, what's cooking? We'll likely have a house full so it's dogs, burgers, brats and sausage patties. Fresh maters, peppers and grilled squash from garden. Probably a few poblano peppers and jalapenos thrown on the grill to keep it honest! All cooked with pecan and cherry wood.

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    I think my bunch is getting tired of BBQ; looks like fried chicken and water mellon!
    Have wings, will travel.

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    Dogs and burgers here, keeping it simple and everyone brings a dish.
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    Cooked these up tonight on the grill, had some friends over to help eat them:

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    Big cowboy ribeye steaks with homemade whiskey barbecue sauce:

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    It doesn't get much better than a thick bone-in rib eye.
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    Sunday night putting two pork butts in smoker around 10:00pm take out Monday morning and put in three racks baby back ribs then around 2 everybody shows up and the feed is on everybody be safe. Forgot that the dems are having there Labor Day pining including "Hillary" about a block away. The secret service was in neighborhood this morning and already closed the bike path down. Thinking about hooking up a outside speaker to drown them out. Should be interesting day
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    Making Sloppy Joes this morning and taking it over to Moms this afternoon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    Making Sloppy Joes this morning and taking it over to Moms this afternoon.
    Sloppy Joes? This from the man who posted the pictures of the Norman Rockwell picturesque baby back ribs? And here I expected at least a Prime Rib Roast, a couple pounds of Asparagus and a dozen corn on the cobb.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2LaneCruzer View Post
    Sloppy Joes? This from the man who posted the pictures of the Norman Rockwell picturesque baby back ribs? And here I expected at least a Prime Rib Roast, a couple pounds of Asparagus and a dozen corn on the cobb.
    My Sloppy Joes are better than all that.
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    Just got a pair of rib eyes out of the freezer, probably go with fresh tators & either green beans or fried okra!
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