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Old 01-14-2015, 10:30 PM   #51
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Thanks for prompting me to drag the book out. Haven't looked at it for years.
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Old 01-15-2015, 12:04 AM   #52
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Its official. Another thread that's gone off the rails. My apologies for my small part in it's demise. I hate it when that happens.
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Its official. Another thread that's gone off the rails. My apologies for my small part in it's demise. I hate it when that happens.
Blame it on Texas!
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When you invite people over to your house for a barbecue, you cook the burgers on the grill. I grew up on Long Island and a barbecue and and grill were (and still are) the same thing. It took a bunch of years before I ever got down south for barbecue, where there is a difference grilling and BBQ'ing.

We ended up buying a small Charbroil grill from Camping World that runs on the little propane bottles. I gave up trying to find a grill I liked that would attach to the quick connect. I decided grilling on a table away from the trailer was safer than hanging something on the side. I bought the adapter to refill the small bottles, but the small refillable tanks look promising

It's the middle of January, great time to prepare for next years grilling, er barbecuing season.
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We don't have a BBQ season. I grill and BBQ year round. Grilled prime rib steaks last Sat. and have a pork shoulder to BBQ this Sat.
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When you invite people over to your house for a barbecue, you cook the burgers on the grill.
Rest assured Bill that when I invite people over to my house for Barbecue, it won't be burgers on the grill. They'd shoot me if I promised Barbecue and delivered burgers.

True enough though that up north they use the term Barbecue to describe an activity rather than the food.
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Rest assured Bill that when I invite people over to my house for Barbecue, it won't be burgers on the grill. They'd shoot me if I promised Barbecue and delivered burgers.
Which reminds me of ordering bacon and eggs and hash browns at a nearby pub. When the waitress brought my plate there was bacon and eggs and deep fried potato chunks. I pointed to the potatoes and said, "these are not hash browns, the menu says hash browns". She responded, "well, we call them hash browns".
To which I said, "you can call a hamburger a New York steak, but that doesn't make it a New York steak".
Never been back to that pub.
It's called Queen's Cross, by the way.
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