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Date Posted: 16:02:33 12/20/01 Thu
Author: BBQfan1
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Subject: Re: anyone making
In reply to: reg 's message, "anyone making" on 08:09:31 12/19/01 Wed

Reg: As you know, my family is usually pretty open to stuff from the que. However, since my grandma is coming to mom and dad's for Christmas, mom thinks she should keep it 'traditional'. That means, no brine, no injection, no grilling or anything! Well, today I made up your veggie brine; gonna try and talk her into a swim in that. The new Food & Drink magazine (from LCBO; have no idea how it came into MY possession! LOL) recommends both brining AND stuffing....not sure about that; and mom is committed to stuffing the bird. Bottom line: I will take the gallon of brine and I will also take my injector. If she nixes the brine, then I will push for injecting a buttery blend into the meat. Gotta do SOMETHING! If it's gonna be the green Christmas they predict, I may also go to the market and get some frogs' legs and grill them on their gasser after some lemon-based marinade. Mop & the Mrs brought some garlic butter marinated shrimp last Saturday which were real nice grilled up on the Egg. Something like that is always tasty too! For us, Christmas Eve is when we get into some amazing 'delicacies'; shrimps, nice soft cheeses, oysters, smoked meats, crabmeat hors d'oeuvres etc Best night of the year, man!

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