Whats On The Menu July 4?

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  1. SKEETER McCLUSKEY

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    Haven't thought much about it.
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    well ya better get on it.....its only a couple dayz away!!
     
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    Gonna put the smoked cheese dip on a Smokey Joe. How did the coworkers go Eric VW?
     
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    Heading to a friend's for a cookout on the 4th. I haven't been told what we're bringing.
     
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    Just ordered 5 bone prime rib... from the local butcher... The buddy is paying... Who am I to argue with the one footing the bill... :rofl: :lol:
     
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    Just picked up 2 racks of beef short rips, 2 pork butts, 2 small whole chickens and 10 bacon wrapped jalapeños. Friend picked up 3 racks of pork ribs and who knows what else. Might as well just keep the smoker going all weekend! Going to be the best 4th of July ever!!
     
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    Not sure. Maybe chicken on the air fryer.:)
     
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    Quite well! And we got a small metric ton of the leftover pulled pork to bring home.

    MarkG (another Eng. coworker) and I will be smoking a brisket for the 4th at his house- guests will arrive around the usual din-din time. Then farworks.
     
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    That sounds really good and what a great price. Hard not to love prime rib.:drool:
     
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    Add tips and wings! image.jpg
     
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    I was thinkin about the 10 lb beef tenderloin in the freezer.:drool:
    Might have to put that on the smoker.:grizz:
     
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    Maybe the air fryer...?
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    Salad, grilled meat (burgers or chicken breasts) and pasta salad. Smores and fireworks the night before while kiddos friend is here too.
     
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    Fireworks are a must for the 4th!
     
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    Oh for sure on the 4th, but starting early for kiddos sleepover :) There's a campground on the other side of the lake we live by, the fireworks show from campers down there is fun, we'll tootle on over there like most 4ths.
     
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    HA!! Can't say if there won't be toots too, I have a can of baked beans ready too, but I meant

    too•tle too͞t′l

    • intransitive verb
      To toot softly and repeatedly, as on a flute.
    • intransitive verb
      To walk or drive in a leisurely manner; amble.
    • n.
      The act or sound of tooting softly and repeatedly, as on a flute.
    [​IMG]More at Wordnik from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
     
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    In my case it would be "I'll tootle over there and have some toddies"