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Old 05-27-2007, 07:23 PM   #1
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Dinner pic

We had a great weekend.
We went wheeling, golfing, fooling around, garage saling and shooting hoops. then to top it off we BBQ'd us up some shish Kabobs.



The Kabobs on the left are fruit Kabobs with nanners, grapes, pineapple, maraschino cherries.
The ones on the right are sausage, shrooms, 2 types of bell pecker and maters BBq'd for about 40 minutes over low heat.
And Iced tea in our WF mugs

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Old 05-27-2007, 07:27 PM   #2
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the food looks great and the mug even matches the plate.

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Old 05-27-2007, 07:29 PM   #3
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<snip> nanners, grapes, pineapple, maraschino cherries.
The ones on the right are sausage, shrooms, 2 types of bell pecker and maters BBq'd for about 40 minutes <snip>
What the hell is a bell pecker????? And there's two types? I'm not eating at your house.
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That's male and female pileated woodpecker. (I think)
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Looks yummy skeeter! I guess I must have missed the invitation?!?!
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What the hell is a bell pecker????? And there's two types? I'm not eating at your house.
Wouldn't you like to know...oh wait, that's probably why you asked huh.
It's just what I call bell peppers, always have.
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I'll take 10 of each kabbob!
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Looks yummy skeeter! I guess I must have missed the invitation?!?!
Any of you guys ever make it up here and you're automatically invited to dinner.
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I hope someday I can actually take you up on that! Same goes here too.
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That almost looks to good to eat.
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They didn't last long though. The kids were even gobbling them up.
A great end to a great weekend.
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Looks good skeeter. I lived in Steilacoom over on Puget Sound when I was a kid, I'd love to get back up that way one of these days.
We just took the top off the jeep, went up to lake Moultrie and relaxed. Had BBQ chicken yesterday and burgers and dogs today. Best 2 days of getting fat so far this year.
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Any of you guys ever make it up here and you're automatically invited to dinner.
If I had caught the jeep thang last summer...I would have taken you up on that. I was out there the middle of August last year for a mountaineering trip up Mount Olympus. I'll be back someday!!!

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