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    Whats cookin for fathers day?

    I spent some quality time today with a case of spare ribs and a case of chicken legs. I have to travel Sunday so I plan on BBQ-ing them tomorrow or Saturday.

    I de-boned the legs and have them brining now. Ribs will get rubbed when I start my fire.

    It was nice first prep in my new BBQ kitchen.

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    What does your new BBQ kitchen consist of?
    "God sends meat and the devil sends cooks." - Thomas Deloney

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    New BBQ kitchen was there a problem with the old kitchen and why are there no pictures of this kitchen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyChance View Post
    What does your new BBQ kitchen consist of?
    Quote Originally Posted by steeley View Post
    New BBQ kitchen was there a problem with the old kitchen and why are there no pictures of this kitchen.
    Fridge- sink- stove- prep table, radio, no wife.

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    Looks too classy for you.

    Nice space! Where do you keep your knives?
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    In a draw for now, I plan on a mag rack on the side of the cabinet over the sink, I have some scrap from the cabinet install.

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    I am neither a father nor had I thought about that, yet, but - lacking a bbq setup - maybe I should braise large quantities of meat and freeze leftovers. I just happened to look at that slow cooker that I bought over a year ago (it was on sale, what could I do?) and that sits unopened on top of my kitchen cabinet... I may have to see what Wholefoods has around on Sat morning.

    Stefan

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    hmmm, seems I don't have permission to enlarge your photo Jim, sup wit dat?


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    Quote Originally Posted by PierreRodrigue View Post
    hmmm, seems I don't have permission to enlarge your photo Jim, sup wit dat?
    Give it a look now.

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    BBQ kitchen...that' sweet. My BBQ kitchen consists of a grill on a deck.

    For me, father's day will consist of a really nice, thick ribeye given to me to cook on said grill. Potato's on the grill and no veggie.

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