Barbecue (alt.food.barbecue) Discuss barbecue and grilling--southern style "low and slow" smoking of ribs, shoulders and briskets, as well as direct heat grilling of everything from burgers to salmon to vegetables.

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Old 19-11-2009, 02:17 AM posted to alt.religion.kibology,alt.food.barbecue
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Otto Bahn wrote:
Anyone have a good recipe for microwave barbecue?


The reason that you didn't crosspost this to alt.food.barbecue is?

Matthew

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Old 19-11-2009, 03:01 AM posted to alt.religion.kibology,alt.food.barbecue
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On Nov 18, 6:17*pm, "Matthew L. Martin" wrote:
Otto Bahn wrote:
Anyone have a good recipe for microwave barbecue?


The reason that you didn't crosspost this to alt.food.barbecue is?

Matthew


Long time no see MM.

Coincidence?
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On 2009-11-19, Matthew L. Martin wrote:

Otto Bahn wrote:
Anyone have a good recipe for microwave barbecue?


The reason that you didn't crosspost this to alt.food.barbecue is?


Where is Swilson when Otto needs him?


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No cluons were harmed when Matthew L. Martin wrote:
The reason that you didn't crosspost this to alt.food.barbecue is?


Not to worry - I noticed this problem and my computer did it
automatically.


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No cluons were harmed when Adam Funk wrote:
Where is Swilson when Otto needs him?


I hardly think that barbecuing SWilson is the answer - he's likely to be
tough, stringy and possibly toxic.


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Mark Edwards wrote:
No cluons were harmed when Adam Funk wrote:
Where is Swilson when Otto needs him?


I hardly think that barbecuing SWilson is the answer - he's likely to be
tough, stringy and possibly toxic.


....what sort of marionetteade were we gonna be using?

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On 2009-11-19, Mark Edwards wrote:

No cluons were harmed when Adam Funk wrote:
Where is Swilson when Otto needs him?


I hardly think that barbecuing SWilson is the answer - he's likely to be
tough, stringy and possibly toxic.


Did you hear that from an unpleasant, humid source?


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On 18-Nov-2009, "Matthew L. Martin" wrote:

Otto Bahn wrote:
Anyone have a good recipe for microwave barbecue?


The reason that you didn't crosspost this to alt.food.barbecue is?

Matthew

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I have two granddaughters:

Alex will find a way to silently get from where she is to where she
wants to be.
Anna will make an Anna sized hole between where she is to where she
wants to be.


Mathew L. Martin; as I live an breath. Father of the ECBX2 and
recognized master of stuffing the maximum amount of meat into
a vertical smoker. It's been awhile Mathew. Glad to see that you
are still alive and able to post. Despite rumors predicting the demise
of this group, I am still here and have to plans to depart.

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"Nunya Bidnits" wrote

Thanks for the opportunity to identify and plonk so many festering
steaming,
trolling kibology turdlets at one time. You're so clever.

Adios, dimbulbs.

plonk


Aren't you supposed to have a /plonk tag somewhere?

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Brick wrote:

Mathew L. Martin; as I live an breath. Father of the ECBX2 and
recognized master of stuffing the maximum amount of meat into
a vertical smoker. It's been awhile Mathew. Glad to see that you
are still alive and able to post. Despite rumors predicting the demise
of this group, I am still here and have to plans to depart.


Ditto, Matthew. Long time, no see. Hope you stick around for a while.

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Old 20-11-2009, 04:54 AM posted to alt.religion.kibology,alt.food.barbecue
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On Nov 19, 2:02*pm, "Otto Bahn" wrote:
"Nunya Bidnits" wrote

Thanks for the opportunity to identify and plonk so many festering
steaming,
trolling kibology turdlets at one time. You're so clever.


Adios, dimbulbs.


plonk


Aren't you supposed to have a /plonk tag somewhere?


That wouldn't be appropriate until the plonkee finishes posting.
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"Piet de Arcilla" wrote

Thanks for the opportunity to identify and plonk so many festering
steaming,
trolling kibology turdlets at one time. You're so clever.


Adios, dimbulbs.


plonk


Aren't you supposed to have a /plonk tag somewhere?


That wouldn't be appropriate until the plonkee finishes posting.

Plonks are forever?

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Sqwertz wrote:
On Thu, 19 Nov 2009 11:05:32 -0800, Dave Bugg wrote:

Hope you stick around for a while.


No you don't. Matthew was a KSW supporter and sympathizer. And we
don't need anybody in here encouraging crossposting to ARK.


Hmmmm. That's not a good thing. Most definitely
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