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Unread 01-10-2013, 05:22 PM   #76
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Most of y'all sound much like me. My wife is an excellent cook, and we both enjoy cooking. We usually split the weekly cooking up, we hardly ever eat out. The weekends are usually all mine, and we split the weekdays. Sometimes, we cook together, but not too often, because we are both pretty picky about our cooking. I cook outside frequently, but I also enjoy cooking inside. My wife is mostly an inside cook. She cooks on the gasser pretty often, but she never lights the coals. She can cook a mean meal on a campfire or Coleman stove, though.
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Unread 01-10-2013, 07:09 PM   #77
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Mostly in the house now that rainy season has arrived in the Pacific Northwest.
I do virtually all the cooking. Wife often asks if I need any help. Answer is always in the negative as I like the kitchen all to myself.
I don't really remember how I got the duty. Probably just because I like cookin'.
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If I had to average it out, I would say I cook outdoors about 4 nights a week during the year. That's one of the perks of living in the south. My wife is a pretty good cook herself and takes care of sides during the weekdays, usually. Weekends are all on me. Inside and out, and I like it that way.
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Mostly outside for me, except for maybe breakfast. The lovely wife does most of the inside cooking.
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Inside, outside, i just love cooking.
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If I want to eat I have to cook, sometime outside sometimes not,it's all farking delicious.
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Quote:
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Most of y'all sound much like me. My wife is an excellent cook, and we both enjoy cooking. We usually split the weekly cooking up, we hardly ever eat out. The weekends are usually all mine, and we split the weekdays. Sometimes, we cook together, but not too often, because we are both pretty picky about our cooking. I cook outside frequently, but I also enjoy cooking inside. My wife is mostly an inside cook. She cooks on the gasser pretty often, but she never lights the coals. She can cook a mean meal on a campfire or Coleman stove, though.
Same here. I handle all the outside stuff, and call myself her sous chef. Cooking together is really good for a relationship, at least in our case.

Sorry to get all Dr Phil on here.
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I cook almost everything that is cooked outside, usually 3 nights a week or so. My wife is an excellent cook too, and she will either handle sides or cook something inside when it's her turn to cook.
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I cook inside, outside, on the creek bank ect...

I even do a mean tire rim grilling or use one for one of my Dutch Ovens.
In places where it's still legal, a Trout or Steak grilled on a grate
over a tire rim can be fantastic river bank fare...

In the house I took over most of the cooking before I retired.
I started with stove top and then learned to use an oven...
(Same as most of you)
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My wife gets off work a lot earlier than I do so she handles M-F, but on weekends it's all me, inside or out.
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I cook anything I can anywhere I can. My wife doesn't cook, so it's all on me most of the time.
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Not just me, my entire family (mom, dad, grandmother, aunts, etc.) cooks and does it quite well. My wife's family, not so much.
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Inside, outside, i just love cooking.
I'm a member of this club. I'll cook what's available and where it can be cooked on.
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It all depends on time and what's up. I can cook great food in house, including baked and fried chicken inside or BBQ it outdoors. I tend to switch it up so the family does not get tired of the same old thing. Weather plays a big part in what I will do. Much more outdoors in the warmer months but I been outside 2 nights in a row this weekend. Burgers,
Made from these two meats that I ground with some thick cut hickory smoked bacon. Added half a baby bell in the middle of theses burgers as well as a splash of peppers cow and soy sauce. Topped with two slices of American cheese. Cooked with pecan wood and did a reverse sear.


Good stuff!!!
Of corse there are sides to add. Onion, tomato, etc.


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My second batch!!! Just put on the grill.
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