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 Post subject: Lollygram - Favorite Fall Cookout Food?
New postPosted: November 3rd, 2017, 7:30 pm 
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Baby back ribs, rubbed and hickory smoked.


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 Post subject: Re: Lollygram - Favorite Fall Cookout Food?
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It was 83 degrees yesterday, close to sandbox weather, but I did St Louis Ribs ($1.99/lb from Balestra's in Belle Chasse), with grilled zucchini and yellow squash, grilled onions and red bell peppers, cheese stuffed giant jalapeno's, grilled okra out of the garden, and green onion sausage stuffed mushrooms. I prefer the St Louis to the Babybacks. So meaty. It was a great meal. Had to laugh, told the wife I thought we were going to grill ribs, and ended up with about six various items!

But for Fall/Winter for me, it's get a sack of oysters and a few friends and fire up the grill for the chargrilled butter/garlic/cheese style. Will be nice this year having Dixie's, compliments of Tom Benson, to wash down the single greatest bite of food in New Orleans. At least according to radio host Karre Johnson and thousands of Drago's customers!

Bring on the cooler weather.

No better combination for me.


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Like that Ol' R&B group yoosta wail "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes," I loves it when BBQ smoke gets in my eyes. The group was The Platters. And if Our aboy sees this, I offer an olive branch about Italian eats (more on that jater); but this is about beef, namely brisket which -- Holy Tujaque's, Batman! -- is the National Meat Of Texas!...Winter? Spring? Summer? Or Fall? All you have to do is call, 'cause I'll be there, and will have no need for a cue to queue.


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