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    Billerica, Ma
  • Interests
    Outdoor cooking, fan of football (Pats football that is), hockey and ma.
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    Bayou Classic,Big Steel Keg,Kamado Joe

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  1. Classic 1 vs Classic 2

    999 is a very good price for the v 2.
  2. 2017 Solar Eclipse - Should I be more excited?

    The irony on is he kind of got back at me a little bit. If he were not 90 minutes late I could have gone out and seen it.
  3. 2017 Solar Eclipse - Should I be more excited?

    I was stuck in the office between a term and a conference call. I felt no eclipse in the office. Hope ya all had a great historic day.
  4. That chunk of cow looks awesome.
  5. Kamado Pretzels

    And don't buy into kismets praise. She is just trying to get you to pose for scantily clad pix.
  6. Kamado Pretzels

    Don't know what ATK or lye has to do with anything, but I'd like 2 of em with2 brews up in the 300s at the next pats game. Spicy mustard please.
  7. San Antonio, TX

    I was down there at Fort Sam back in 1993 maybe 92. I had a great time on the river walk. Lots of good food and plenty of watering holes.
  8. Laredo Lump Charcoal????

    Yeah, at ten bucks for a twenty pound bag I'd take a shot at a bag or two and see how it goes
  9. That must be the premium royal oak
  10. Pennsylvania Dutch breakfast

    Dude, ya don't have to do that. Enjooy your time with the folks. I'll find some way of getting some up here. If you choose to share that's unreal, but don't go out on a limb for me. Either way, Brad, I already know you are great person....and a great veteran.
  11. Pennsylvania Dutch breakfast

    Just a taste would go a long way. I got some relatives in PA but those folks don't get up here much. Nor are they adventurous about cuisine. That would be a great find indeed, but don't sell yourself short on my behalf. Enjoy your time with your folks and enjoy the meals as well. p Rowe
  12. Pennsylvania Dutch breakfast

    Thx buddy. GOnna keep an eye out up here in New England. I would love to give it a try.
  13. Pennsylvania Dutch breakfast

    Lol, clue me in as to what scrapple is. Looks delish, but not familiar.
  14. Muffaletta

    I would be more than happy to share your suffering. Tough to find a muffuletta up here in mass. An Italian sub is similar and I am fortunate enough to derive past the home of the best Italian sub I have ever encountered twice a day. Lacasias deli and bakery for any mass peeps interested. The Primo Italian is a work of art there. And the steak tip subs are unbelievable.
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