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I love the way the weather did me these past two days.

 

 

I had the days off work and had a ton of errands to run and stuff to get done.  It was hot and humid and sun beating down at every move.  Finished up my chores about noon today and stopped at BiLo on the way home.

 

Picked up some brats and boneless chicken for later on.

 

 

 

 

Crazy hot it seemed while I was grilling.......the minute I was done and brought the food in it goes overcast and a cool wind comes in for two hours.....then it rains some.    It's what I get for not checking the weather apps.

 

 

 

Felt good to get the kitchen tunes krunk while getting stuff ready as the coals heated up.

 

 

 

 

 

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My grilling beverage today.......

 

 

 

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Peach wood smoking up the pan of rub, onions, peppers, near beer and brats.  I remove the brats from the pan after a while and put them directly on the grill to finish off.  

 

 

 

Sorry, no finished pics.  The boneless went into salads for my bride and I.  Little guy destroyed a few brats with cheddar and mustard.  I'm crazy about the onions & peppers and eat those as a side dish.

 

 

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Thanks for looking.    Next firing will be on Monday, I hope.

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Absolutely Looking  Delicious. Fine, fine, cook sir. Look at it this way, you were all done and could sit and relax with a fine meal and a cold snapple as the rains dropped the temp for you. Sounds perfect to me, buddy. By the way Dub, if your into NA beer, give Clausthaler a try. IMHO far and away the best tasting NA Beer I have found. 

 

http://chicagoist.com/2007/01/31/chicagoists_beer_of_the_week_clausthaler_premium_nonalcoholic_lager.php

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Thank you gents !!!

 

 

 

 

Absolutely Looking  Delicious. Fine, fine, cook sir. Look at it this way, you were all done and could sit and relax with a fine meal and a cold snapple as the rains dropped the temp for you. Sounds perfect to me, buddy. By the way Dub, if your into NA beer, give Clausthaler a try. IMHO far and away the best tasting NA Beer I have found. 

 

http://chicagoist.com/2007/01/31/chicagoists_beer_of_the_week_clausthaler_premium_nonalcoholic_lager.php

 

 

Thank you.

 

Actually I'm just using the stuff to cook with.   :good:

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