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Old 03-06-2011, 09:39 PM   #15
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Here is a pic of the quinoa (cous-cous) that lovey made. I grilled the peppers that went in here.
Recipe? Looks really good...
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Old 03-07-2011, 09:50 AM   #16
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Ok...I am getting in on this game. Top, it seems that this thread is calling us to post our BBQ pictures as well. Here are a couple from the Silver Starts and Stripes Rally I hosted before my unit deployed to Afghanistan a few years ago.

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Old 03-07-2011, 10:34 AM   #17
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Very nice Steve! Thanks for sharing. There isn't much better food than big slabs of meat over hot coals!
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Had to get a new laptop - I ate my last one because of your pictures....
Sounds like a homework excuse -- your pictures ate my laptop. But collidges are getting more paperless every other day; so we should expect to hear that anyway.

In addition to all the other stuff, we love to grill vegetables. We toss 'em with maybe 1/4-1/2 cup bottled lemon juice, a T of oil, salt, pepper and any seasoning at hand. Don't forget asparagus or Eggplants slices ... sky's the limit. Especially love sliced sweet potato rounds -- but gotta keep a close eye on those because they can burn due to the sugar content.
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Oh yeah... Leave the tails on some camarones. Wrap each one with a basil leaf & prosciutto; toothpick it. You know the rest...

Makes great horse doovers to serve with a Shiner Bock.
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and a little apple pie for desert.
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You guys should be posting all these great eats on the thread
"What's For Dinner tonite?"

It all looks too good, not to share with another established thread.

Oh....., Yeah......., What time is dinner?

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MrBeast...you're in my realm using ground Buffalo - we buy it in one # packs at our local market, and it's the best!

It's lean and juicy, and the flavor is mild and delicious...we usually make little 'slider' type burgers. The last batch I got, I used in a home brewed pot of chili - I use Carol Shelby's chili seasoning as a starter and go from there - All the more yummy with the Bison meat!

For those that haven't... try some, you're in for a real treat!
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I hope you guys and equipment are planning on the ABQ rally....and the Texas Vintage. I have visions of fajitas and margaritas.....
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The table on the patio is set. Yes, my friends, we are eating outside in the dead of winter here in Texas!
We often grill outside in the dead of winter here in Michigan, however, lately there's been about 6-8" of snow to contend with. Suffice to say, we have been eating indoors. Looking forward to spring! Remember to "spring forward" to EDT next Sunday morning.
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OK - I am looking at your (all of you who posted pictures of food) accounts and seeing who offers over night courtesy parking for my next drive accross country. Looks like I will be eating well on my trip.....
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Recipe? Looks really good...
Quinoa or couscous a' la Lolly

This is a recipe that my wife got from our German friend Lolly.
2cups of quinoa or couscous
4 different color bell peppers and/or poblano
2 green onions chopped
1/8 of medium white or red onion chopped
a few sprigs of fresh chopped parsley
2 big cloves of fresh chopped garlic
olive oil
balsamic vinegar

Roast peppers on the grill or broil them in your Airstream oven. Place in brown paper bag and let stand for 25 min, then peel the skin off. Clean the seeds out and chop them into medium chunks.
Cook the quinoa according to package directions. Let it cool down to room temp or chill in fridge.
Add all the ingredients in a large mixing bowl and stir in olive oil and balsamic vinegar last. Salt to taste.

Enjoy
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You guys should be posting all these great eats on the thread
"What's For Dinner tonite?"

It all looks too good, not to share with another established thread.

Oh....., Yeah......., What time is dinner?

Regards, Terry.
I didn't know that there was such a thread when I started this one. I would like for this thread to be traditional BBQ and sides only. Since I only BBQ when I cook, it's cool for me.
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