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Yeah not much going on here either.

Too bad, hoping to get some good lunch/dinner ideas.

Out of a can gets old sometimes!

Cliff
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Hey cliff ya gotta tell people what you are looking for if you need some ideas for food well then maybe you can get them. Try cheep old country ribs a whole garlic all the segments not pealed but seperated that way the garlic does not burn but still flavors the meat. Salt pepper a little olive oil Basil and paperika. Broil or bake but not for long it will get tough a little pink is perfect. Pork today is safe to eat rare. Sauer kraut or cabage fried in some butter and a couple of red potatoes boiled with a little Old Bay seasoning in the water and man your mouth will think it moved to Germany.

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Thanks Jake! Love those ribs!

Just hoping to find more boat recipies and cooking ideas.

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