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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It's been a while, and I'm getting ready to put a turkey in the oven
for a family Christmas party today, already took the butts out of the
smoker much earlier this morning. Planked salmon and a little beef
going on the grill later on, thankfully the rain has stopped.

So I figured I'd take a minute and wish the a.f.b crew a very Merry
Christmas and Happy New Year. Here's looking forward to 2010.

Cheers,
Dana

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On Dec 27, 9:53*am, Dana wrote:
It's been a while, and I'm getting ready to put a turkey in the oven
for a family Christmas party today, already took the butts out of the
smoker much earlier this morning. *Planked salmon and a little beef
going on the grill later on, thankfully the rain has stopped.

So I figured I'd take a minute and wish the a.f.b crew a very Merry
Christmas and Happy New Year. *Here's looking forward to 2010.


Nice to start another thread of good wishes. The other attempt was
derailed.

I am enjoying wiping away the fog of Christmas, family, and overall
holiday confusion. I enjoy it when it is here, and I enjoy it when it
is gone.

We are having beautiful weather here with 58F, and not a cloud in the
sky. I have a couple of racks of spares on the pit (WSM coasting at
260F), and will follow up this evening with cucumber salad and roasted
sweet potatoes as sides. I like this part of the holidays!

Robert


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On Dec 27, 8:39*pm, "Nunya Bidnits" [email protected]
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Dana said:

It's been a while, and I'm getting ready to put a turkey in the oven
for a family Christmas party today, already took the butts out of the
smoker much earlier this morning. *Planked salmon and a little beef
going on the grill later on, thankfully the rain has stopped.


So I figured I'd take a minute and wish the a.f.b crew a very Merry
Christmas and Happy New Year. *Here's looking forward to 2010.


Cheers,
Dana


That's not PC. You have to say "Happy Renewal Of Your Chosen Chronological
Pattern.

Oh, the insensitivity of it all!


I actually thought about it for a minute, and went with the holidays
we
observe at this house. Fact is, even in secular Hong Kong, they've
been
celebrating Christmas for decades, so it's not even a religious thing
if you're not into it :-)

Happy New Year anyway!

MartyB in KC


Thanks!
Dana
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On Dec 27, 11:09*am, "
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Nice to start another thread of good wishes. *The other attempt was
derailed.

I am enjoying wiping away the fog of Christmas, family, and overall
holiday confusion. *I enjoy it when it is here, and I enjoy it when it
is gone.


I know exactly what you mean.

We are having beautiful weather here with 58F, and not a cloud in the
sky. *I have a couple of racks of spares on the pit (WSM coasting at
260F), and will follow up this evening with cucumber salad and roasted
sweet potatoes as sides. *I like this part of the holidays!


Sounds delicious. I did a turkey this year but suspect I'll focus on
Q next year.

This link here is supposed to work for everyone (non-FB folks
included)
and is a few snapshots from this cook:

http://www.facebook.com/album.php?ai...1&l=c2bc9871ba

Cheers,
Dana
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Dana wrote:

This link here is supposed to work for everyone (non-FB folks
included)
and is a few snapshots from this cook:

http://www.facebook.com/album.php?ai...1&l=c2bc9871ba

Cheers,
Dana


Very nice. :-)
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On Jan 1, 4:47*am, Omelet wrote:
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http://www.facebook.com/album.php?ai...1&l=c2bc9871ba


Cheers,
Dana


Very nice. :-)


Thank you - and a fine 2010 to you!

Dana


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