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    Fathers day cook

    Im back! Sorry I haven't posted in awhile. It's been pretty HOTT in sunny Cali (124 this week). Here are a few pictures of Fathers day:

    Due to popular demand the menu was ribs, jalapeNo poppers, corn, bread, mac & Cheese:











    I hope you enjoyed! The food didn't last long (even thought the ribs were burned haha). They like it to fall off the bone lol.

    Happy Father's Day!

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    It all looks really good. I love poppers done on the MAK.

    Now, please tell me more about that bread!
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    Wow, what a spread!! If it weren't for the 124° weather, I'd be tempted to stop by for some of that grub!
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    I'm with Tent. Give us some info on that bread. It looks great!!

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    Damn that all looks great!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by wolverines View Post
    I'm with Tent. Give us some info on that bread. It looks great!!
    It it simply the best I bought the bread and I cut it, but not all the way to the bottom. In between I added monterey, mozzarella cheese. I melted butter and added some garlic and them I added it on top (like if it was syrup) I added some chives (you can add bacon too). Once it's finished you just pull the bread stick with the cheese (yum). My kids need that bread when I make mac & cheese.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokinKat View Post
    Wow, what a spread!! If it weren't for the 124° weather, I'd be tempted to stop by for some of that grub!
    You are more than welcome to stop by

    I suggest winter? ha ha

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    Great looking meal. The bread is added to my list of things I must try.
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