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Unread 06-16-2013, 12:00 PM   #1
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Default Steak and Sausage on the '70s Yellow Weber..w Pr0n!

Simple cook. Steak and sausage (a carb free lunch) lol
Looking on in the background are: '89 Weber Kettle, '70 Red Imperial Sequoia
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Looks great! And that it is low carb to boot, awesome!
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I remember my father's old yellow Weber.....the sides were permanently tinted orange from all of the use
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I'm curious as to why you cooked the sausage in a pan?
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It is homemade sausage made by a friend. The casing was a bit weak so I was worried it wouldn't make it directly on the grill. It was great!
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That yellow Weber is "way cool"
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Very nice Love that grill
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It is homemade sausage made by a friend. The casing was a bit weak so I was worried it wouldn't make it directly on the grill. It was great!
If it was my Italian sausage, ya would have had to fry it or make it into a patty as I haven't gotten the stuffing of it into the casing down yet. It all looks good though.
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