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Unread 10-14-2011, 05:40 PM   #1
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Default After 300 people an 270 lbs of BBQ last weekend

How about some stir fry





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Unread 10-14-2011, 05:49 PM   #2
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Looking GOOD!!!
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Yeah baby, how I know that feeling. Looks great .
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you're right...sometimes you just need to cook (and eat) something different!
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Yeah, that'll work just fine.
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yum. love q but i think you just have to mix it up (fried chic last wknd for me). did you make your own plow-disc wok?
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Looks great. Very nice colors. Bet it was very tasty as well.
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Looks like some McDaddy stir fry to me!
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yum. love q but i think you just have to mix it up (fried chic last wknd for me). did you make your own plow-disc wok?

Yes .. 22inch with 1/2 cold rolled bar and stainless coil handles

Also used for breakfast burritos

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no tofu? ;-)
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