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Old 10-26-2011, 06:28 PM
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Old 10-26-2011, 06:46 PM
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Thanks Doug, for teasing us with the mouth-watering, tantalizingly scrumptious-looking hors'd'oeuvres and dinners!! It's gonna be a tough act to follow, the oven-use and documentation. Its obvious you figured out your oven's characteristics real quick.
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Old 10-26-2011, 08:29 PM
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Sometimes I think having good food to eat is just an excuse for drinking wine
Ha! I knew it! (Must have been the wine glass in each of the backgroundseseses of your food shots)

I'm with ya Doug. I am very fond of the California grape, and in the words of the delightful Julia Child:

"I love cooking with wine—sometimes I even put it in the food.”

We are indeed among the lucky men, not only to have come to enjoy the best gifts from the Earth, but to have the understanding wives we have.

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Old 10-26-2011, 09:01 PM
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Dude,

You need to start a PDF cook book linked to your post. You have been posting some pretty good food (a few scary ones as well )These look awesome! Thanks for sharing!!
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What a great idea, I must try it. It reminds me of a time over 30 years ago when I spent a week on an uninhabited island in the Whitsundays with my wife and daughters (aged 3 and 5 at the time). We took a little food but lived mostly off what we caught. What I liked best were the freshly harvested oysters cooked over the campfire.

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Tell me what scares you the most? maybe the finished dish?
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That would be it. I totally understand diets vary A LOT around the orb. There is NO WAY I will eat a spider, cricket, or dog. With that said, I love pork. Didn't you post a pic with a pig in the oven with it's head on? Can't go there.
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