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    Right up there with sealing a meal in foil and placing on manifold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dianedebuda View Post
    Right up there with sealing a meal in foil and placing on manifold.
    There's not a lot of ladies that would have mentioned that, Diane. You're one cool chick!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dianedebuda View Post
    Right up there with sealing a meal in foil and placing on manifold.
    Friend of mine is a farm wife. She has an entire cookbook of "tractor engine" meals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dianedebuda View Post
    Right up there with sealing a meal in foil and placing on manifold.

    Barbecue Trivia

    • Henry Ford rigged one of his cars to barbecue meat using engine heat. He and Thomas Edison used to drive out to the country cooking their food along the way and then stop for a picnic.
    • George Stephan, an employee of Weber Brothers Metal Works invented the kettle grill in 1951 from two metal bowls. It allowed indirect cooking with a vent system for airflow.
    • Over 77 percent of all U.S. households own a barbecue grill and nearly half barbecue year round and use their grills five times a month.
    • The most popular holiday weekend for barbecuing is July 4th, followed by Labor Day and Memorial Day.
    • The most popular foods for barbecuing are, in order, hamburgers, steak, hot dogs and chicken breasts.
    • Half of all marshmallows eaten in the U.S. have been toasted over a barbecue
    Have wings, will travel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoneStranger View Post
    As a former Health Department employee and hearing officer, I'm afraid I would have to refuse your restaurant license.
    Have wings, will travel.

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    No wonder the green paint is so expensive!! They have to make it food-safe!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark02tj View Post
    There's not a lot of ladies that would have mentioned that, Diane. You're one cool chick!!
    Never did it, just heard about it. Guess I'm just not that cool.
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    I gotta admit, you need to be real hungry to cook a meal on the plate of the bucket like that. After a beer or two, bring it. Man's gotta eat!!
    I've ate many a meals that were wrapped in foil set on the manifold. In the bed of coals too. There's something about wrapping everything in foil and cooked all at once like that, outdoors, that can't be replicated conventionally. I've tried
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    Quote Originally Posted by dianedebuda View Post
    Right up there with sealing a meal in foil and placing on manifold.
    Been there done that.
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