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 Posted: Fri Apr 16th, 2010 11:15 pm
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I checked online and the 24 inch unit sells for about a grand and weighs 250 lbs, I guess they are ceramic

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Paxman wrote: Those eggs look interesting but I'm with you Scott... gonna cost some ducats!
This from a guy that bought a Rolex from an AD?dog smile.gif

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Well buddy I guess you can see where my priorities lie!toon1.gif

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Hi
BBQ'd tonight,leg of lamb,covered in mustard,garlic,sprigs of Rosemary and put on a bed of Mint leaves.
Heres a good snack to start;
Cover a plate with slices of mozzarella,cover with creme fraiche and sprinkle with salt,pepper lemon zest,chopped chillies and then drizzle olive oil and lemon juice on it and anything else you like! (i put chopped lemon mint leaves on it)
Eat with fresh bread.

Paul

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paulorbvalley wrote: Hi
BBQ'd tonight,leg of lamb,covered in mustard,garlic,sprigs of Rosemary and put on a bed of Mint leaves.
Heres a good snack to start;
Cover a plate with slices of mozzarella,cover with creme fraiche and sprinkle with salt,pepper lemon zest,chopped chillies and then drizzle olive oil and lemon juice on it and anything else you like! (i put chopped lemon mint leaves on it)
Eat with fresh bread.

Paul

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paulorbvalley wrote: Hi
BBQ'd tonight,leg of lamb,covered in mustard,garlic,sprigs of Rosemary and put on a bed of Mint leaves.
Heres a good snack to start;
Cover a plate with slices of mozzarella,cover with creme fraiche and sprinkle with salt,pepper lemon zest,chopped chillies and then drizzle olive oil and lemon juice on it and anything else you like! (i put chopped lemon mint leaves on it)
Eat with fresh bread.

Paul

That sounds great! You've got me thinking about lamb on the grill. I usually go Syrian style- on skewers.

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Paul, looks like an interesting recipe. I'll pass this on to my wifeThumbsUp02.gif. I'm sure she'll try it, and my sons will dive in it, too.

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I grill all the time this weekend I grilled some tri tip roast with a mustard and rock salt rub with steamed vegtables and last night  grilled up some chickend served with Rice and salad..

 

yummmmmmmmmmmm

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Yeah, it's been a while.

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Onkel C wrote:

Yeah, it's been a while.

Christian WTH have you been Buddy!....Welcome back!ThumbsUp02.gif

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The return of Onkel C!! Great to have you posting again. Happy to see you and hoping all is well with your and yours.


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Onkel....WELCOME!!!  Where have you been?   anodie.gif

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