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Any one stay home and cook for Mothers day?
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Any one stay home and cook for Mothers day?
Hi all, We just stayed home and cooked. My special lady wanted "Hot and Spicy", so I cooked up some smoked brisket buritos, rice and salsa. Followed up with some store bought cheesecake.
Just thought I would share some pics with ya.
Mike

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Re: Any one stay home and cook for Mothers day?
Yep, I sure did, but my food didn't look half as pretty as that. I gave my wife her choice and she asked for grilled teriyaki chicken. It came out fine, but I think that's pretty boring. She loves it, so who am I to say? Like the saying goes, if mama ain't happy... Big Grin

You done good, my friend.

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05-10-2009 11:34 PM
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I don't know John, I have seen pictures of your incredible grilled chicken!
I think Mama would be very happy!

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05-10-2009 11:40 PM
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Good looking eats my friend! Been cooking all week. Today, I let someone else cook! We hit one of our favorite sushi joints for moms day!

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Sushi? Did you mean to say that you let someone else not cook? Big Grin

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05-10-2009 11:44 PM
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lol, well the rice was cooked! Man was it good Big Grin

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05-10-2009 11:47 PM
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Hoss, can you go into the chat room?

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There are a few prominent oxymorons in my life. Two that come immediately to mind are, "family vacation" and "good sushi". Big Grin

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05-10-2009 11:51 PM
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we have chat rooms?

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I agree on both! I really don't like eating raw fish!

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Yes, go to the "home" screen. On the bottom right side the is a section that says "How's online"
It is a button right there and will take you into a chat room.

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How? Who's that? Didn't he play hockey? :shock:

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05-10-2009 11:57 PM
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We had everything shrimp, Ahi, red snapper, squid and salmon. It was a smorgasbord of raw fish. Even got my kids to give it a shot. I can never get enough.

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Can you find the chat?

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nope, sry man... no chat link on my end.

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Re: Any one stay home and cook for Mothers day?
hossrocks;p="16035 Wrote:Good looking eats my friend! Been cooking all week. Today, I let someone else cook! We hit one of our favorite sushi joints for moms day!

Picturing Hoss with a handful of Sushi just hits my funny bone.
We made a smoked salmon eggs benedict for brunch and for dinner, Momma wanted Fudruckers.

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05-11-2009 12:43 PM
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I grilled a tri-tip steak with corn bread, spinach salad and a chocolate cake with 7 minute frosting. Tri-tip is one of my favorite cuts of beef, fortunately it is my wife's too.

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05-12-2009 02:41 PM
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