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Old 01-03-2008, 02:21 PM
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Ever notice how much we cruisers discuss food? The prep, style, eating of and traditions of food are all common topics here.
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Ah, cruising and food..... two great topics.
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Originally posted by Dave Beers:
I think my family has grown tired of the usual ham,turkey, mashed potato, dressing (stuffing), cranberry sauce, etc., meal for Christmas. Thanksgiving is fine for that, but next year I think we have all agreed to have steaks, baked potato, and salads. NY style Cheesecake too! I even volunteered to get the steaks from Allen Brothers (dry aged).


That is like the fourth of July! Sounds good to me. Nothing wrong with firing up the grill!

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Hard to top a meal that's prepared on the grill.

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I cooked my last two Omaha steaks on the grill. They were about 1.75 inches thick of pure beef bliss!! How right you are Sonny. There is no substitute for the grill.
 
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