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Massive Grill Pr0n Warning - Holiday Grilling

Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by GrillinFool, Nov 22, 2010.

  1. tdangio

    tdangio Senior member

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    I agree, the first one was typical. The second one was excessive. At least GF is contributing something to the forvm though, even if its not "revolutionary."

    Well, color me surprised if grilling a readily available, commonly grilled meat is thinking outside the box.
     
  2. edinatlanta

    edinatlanta Senior member

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    Well, color me surprised if grilling a readily available, commonly grilled meat is thinking outside the box.

    For an American celebrating Thanksgiving or Christmas, why yes, grilling lamb would be thinking outside the box.
     
  3. vaclava krishna

    vaclava krishna Senior member

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    Did you mate these, meats ?
     
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    Well, color me surprised if grilling a readily available, commonly grilled meat is thinking outside the box.
    He's referring to cooking meat for Thanksgiving. Do you not get that? You've been called on your fail by edina - how does that feel? Keep up the pics and the inspiration, GrillinFool, I really appreciate your efforts to post pics and your overall enthusiasm.
     
  5. tdangio

    tdangio Senior member

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    I don't really think lamb is "out of the box" for a holiday meal, but if the philistines think it is, so be it.
     
  6. GrillinFool

    GrillinFool Senior member

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    For an American celebrating Thanksgiving or Christmas, why yes, grilling lamb would be thinking outside the box.

    Glad to see somebody gets it. I love lamb. I may be addicted to it. I've never had it for Thanksgiving or Christmas. Something like 94% of households cook a turkey on Thanksgiving. Anything other than turkey on Thanksgiving would seem to be cooking outside the box.
     
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    Glad to see somebody gets it. I love lamb. I may be addicted to it. I've never had it for Thanksgiving or Christmas. Something like 94% of households cook a turkey on Thanksgiving. Anything other than turkey on Thanksgiving would seem to be cooking outside the box.

    Don't forget ham. Then maybe a prime rib.
     

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