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Cooking on a Laser

Works for me.

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Re: Cooking on a Laser

Oh now you did it, those laser people will be here to set you straight about abusing them itty bitty boats.

It was funny though, and at least they did not set the boat on fire while the video was recording.
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Re: Cooking on a Laser

Have you set up a grill on your Lightning yet?
I'd pay to see that!
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Re: Cooking on a Laser

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Have you set up a grill on your Lightning yet?
I'd pay to see that!
no effin way!!!!!LMAO
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Re: Cooking on a Laser

I hope they sail it too.
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Re: Cooking on a Laser

Let's be reasonable - it's hard to do a trans-atlantic if you can't cook on board. Of course you can cook on a lazer, and a hobbie cat too...
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Re: Cooking on a Laser

Miss leading title I was at least expecting him to be at anchor - not on the hard - Just a funny looking picnic table.
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Re: Cooking on a Laser

Ya can only cook cube shaped bits while a laser is in the water. All else will just roll off the boat.
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Re: Cooking on a Laser

It's easy to cook on a Laser. First, you fill the cockpit with charcoal briquets....
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Re: Cooking on a Laser

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It's easy to cook on a Laser. First, you fill the cockpit with charcoal briquets....
I believe on another thread we've established that fiberglass makes a terrible BBQ. Something was mentioned about the taste of gelcoat not going well with pork ribs.
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