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First Dutch Oven Cook
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Yo Jay, good job bro. I really like your set up as well. I have those interruptions constantly when I'm practicing for a comp. It without fail happens at the critical time. Having fun yet? Love ya bro.

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:twisted: Careful Jay. Dave thinks "Double Dutch" is a type of jump rope! Those look fabulous! I can't decide if they would be better filled with Agave nectar and butter ot burnt ends and miracle whip!

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Yo Jay, LOL I showed Becci the pictures and she said with excitement "alright Jay"
followed by "I guess he really did them there's the pictures" LOL. She sends her love man.

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Jay, those look good!!! I'd eat them with either some Mesquite or Orange blossom honey butter.

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Hah, Doug you and I both know you'd chow on those rolls plain. I still stay fresh raspberry preserves are the best condiment for the hot outta the oven rolls.

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Gene;p="17371 Wrote:Hah, Doug you and I both know you'd chow on those rolls plain. I still stay fresh raspberry preserves are the best condiment for the hot outta the oven rolls.

Ya know what, raspberry jam does sound good on hot rolls. 8)

But would definately like the honey butter too! :shock:

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Rsapberry jam, honey butter, or just some plain old butter. I want some NOW! Black pots and BBQ it don't get any better!
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