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    Senior Member DwarvenChef's Avatar
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    Looks like a grand time, I'll be itching for next year thats for sure

    Sara got some great shots of the party

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deckhand View Post
    And he let me use his magnum. Quite a party.
    FYI anyone using the sharpie method. Magnum sharpie is the way to go. Thanks again Jon.

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    I'm still trying to figure out who-all I met (by screennames, now...) but agree with tk59 -- felt right at home, and it was cool to hear lots of folks' perspectives on knives and sharpening. And food. And other secret stuff. Some real laughs, too. And mhlee as a host is all kinds of crazy role-model material. Serious.

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    West-siiiiiide!!

    ~Tad
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    ! Hey Tad! (I don't think I even got that at all yesterday!)

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    Love Rogue's VooDoo, tastes just like a bacon maple dougnut I'll have to bring a couple of beers from my stash next year

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    Quote Originally Posted by tweyland View Post
    West-siiiiiide!!

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    ... you are the best!
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    Looks like it was a great time.
    Mike, did you use your secret ingredient rub on the roast? I love that stuff. Only have a little left and am saving it for a pork roast.
    Not too sure about the sun dried tomatoes. Or did you just forget to water for a few days.
    That duck butter looks a bit scary as well. Just teasing. Sounds like it was a lot of fun.
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    Hey now! (About the sun dried tomatoes.) I water them almost every day!!

    Actually, those two tomato plants seem to be weak. Those plants were grown from seeds from last year's plants that also had the same problem - as soon as they started bearing fruit, the plants died. Oh well.

    Yes, I used my rub on the pork. I'll send you some more of it this weekend.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mhlee View Post
    Yes, I used my rub on the pork. I'll send you some more of it this weekend.
    I love the rub. I find myself cooking lots of broiled chicken just so I can use the rub on it. For my taste it is the perfect mix of spices.
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