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Unread 10-10-2013, 08:58 AM   #16
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That's my kinda evenin', and eatin!
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Awesome. I love the mental picture you paint. It's not just photos of food, it's the whole thing, mood and all. Good stuff Jeanie. Wonderful images to view while I sit here at work thanks!
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Fantastic Jeanie!
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great looking cook again Jeanie! looks like a nice relaxing time, too.
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I gotta find me a lake cause that looks like fun. The ribs and beans look fantastic Jeanie.
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I don't use my firepit for cooking often enough. I need to try some chili and jambalaya on it this fall.

I wouldn't have thought to do ribs, but this may be something I do in the future. Thanks for the idea.
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Looks AWESOME Jeanie!!! You sure do know how to relax! Cheers!!!
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That does it! I'm gonna find me a tractor rim at the very least. What a great cook, and I mean that both ways.
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Great lookin' meal there Jeanie!
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My pulse rate dropped a few notches reading through your post, Jeanie. Will definitely have to try ribs on the open pit when I go camping, just not at the higher elevation spots.
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Another inspiring cook, beautiful ribs! And what a peaceful setting. Down here the days are starting to get a little shorter and the evenings are cooling down so I'm really looking forward to firing up my Santa Maria ranch grill - gonna have to try some old school spares.
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Thank you SD, Phu, Billy, Garrett and Dave!

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Great cook out for sure with superb food and that fantastic view.
Never tried open pit ribs, now it has moved to the 'have to try soon' list!
Awesome post Jeanie.
Thank you Joe! I love to cook beef ribs on the fire too, they are my favorite.
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The only thing I see wrong is the pictures, is that you need a bigger knife to stir the beans!

Awesome cook yet again Jeanie.
lol Thank you!! I love that knife.

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After seeing that, I'll have to finish off the rest of the salmon.

BTW, that stuff is DA' BOMB! Thanks again, Sweetie!!!

Looks like you had a lot of fun out there and ate good to boot!
Pat thanks! Glad the salmon made it to ya. :)



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Great looking cook Jeanie. I love the simplistic style and grace!
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Awesome. I love the mental picture you paint. It's not just photos of food, it's the whole thing, mood and all. Good stuff Jeanie. Wonderful images to view while I sit here at work thanks!
Bob thank you! It was pretty peaceful out there most of the time. The air was cool and crisp in the evenings so the fire really felt good! I stayed pretty close to it. :)

Thank you Dadeo, Jason, Matt and Jason...you really do need to find a lake like this Jason.

nucornhusker, I'm ready for chili and winter foods too! Thanks! :)

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That does it! I'm gonna find me a tractor rim at the very least. What a great cook, and I mean that both ways.
Jim I would send one to you if I had an extra. Thanks friend!

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My pulse rate dropped a few notches reading through your post, Jeanie. Will definitely have to try ribs on the open pit when I go camping, just not at the higher elevation spots.
Moose, glad to hear you enjoyed the pics.. Thank you!!

Dave thanks so much. Hope you give them a try sometime.


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