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Old 07-14-2013, 10:16 AM   #1
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Saturday Jackie and I had my Brother Cal and our Sister-in-law Carol to play a round of golf and dinner. They live in Redondo Beach well the traffic on the 101 freeway was bumper to bumper it took them 3-hrs. to get here, We couldn't change the T time because there was a Tournament starting right after our T time so we had a relaxing time in our backyard.

Fri. Jackie made the Lamb Burgers and seasoned them, roasted the Bell Peppers, made the Sauce so all she had to do on Saturday was prep the corn.To make the corn you pull the husk back leaving intact remove the silk then soft butter all the kernels salt and pepper then she halves Maui onions then makes thick slices to encase the corn, then put the husk back over the corn and double wrap with foil.



Put the corn on the grill @ 400* and turn every 10 min. for 50-min.

Browning the Crustini Rolls






Grilled the Lamb Burgers @ 475* about 2-min. a side interior temp 125*
and let rest for 10-min.











This was a truly a outstanding dinner fit for company

Recipe Lamb Burgers : http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/e...ipe/index.html

Recipe for Quinoa Slade :http://allrecipes.com/recipe/zesty-quinoa-salad/

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Old 07-14-2013, 10:24 AM   #2
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Now I want lamb again, and that corn technique looks great. I'm trying that, thanks for posting it!
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Looks delicious! Lamb burgers is on my list....
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Mighty fine!
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great one again mate, you set a fine table
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Another great cook
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Very nice indeed Ross!

I would definatly hit that!

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That looks terrific Ross!
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I've never wrapped corn in foil before. I usually peel back, clean out the silk, roll husk back up and soak in a bucket of water for a while, then toss on the grill.
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Bee-oo-ti-ful!!!
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Wonderful feast Ross!! Looks so delicious!!
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Looking great Ross! We love a good quinoa salad. Just wonderful little pearls of eating pleasure. Thanks for the tip on the corn. Never thought of grilling onions next to my corn. Sounds great!
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Wonderful feast Ross!! Looks so delicious!!
Thanks Jeanie that recipe is wonderful for meatballs

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Looking great Ross! We love a good quinoa salad. Just wonderful little pearls of eating pleasure. Thanks for the tip on the corn. Never thought of grilling onions next to my corn. Sounds great!
Thanks Marty, you'll love the corn that way

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