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  1. smichal

    smichal Well-Known Member VIP

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    I haven't started!
    did you guys make any special cookies?
    This year I will make: icebox cookies (my coworker's mom's recipe), peanut butter & jam cookies (from Joanne Fluke mystery books), and gingerbread maybe. :buffet:
     
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  3. HorsetoothBeth

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    Red velvet cupcakes, blueberry scones, cherry-vanilla scones, peach cobbler, lemon meringue pie and I just put the Harry London chocolates tray together. (Yes I will take credit for that too)
     
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    Hi :wave: merry x-mas!
     
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    Merry Xmas you Santa lovin mo fuckas! :D
     
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    No baking but the prime rib is up to 130 degrees on the rotisserie, potatoes are starting to boil, carrots cooking and salad on the way. Thanks for a nice Chardonnay, num num.
     
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    smichal Well-Known Member VIP

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    Is it a Ronco rotisserie?
     
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    with lemon zest? :pray:
     
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    What temperature are you going for? :surprised:
     
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    Christ sakes, take it off
     
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    Engaged Chicken VIP Extreme Gold

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    Thank you. I didn't want to be the one to say it. :worried:
     
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    i know nothing about these things. what temp should it be?
     
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    I'll let Walleye answer that.

    (125 is what I would say.)
     
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    I agree.
     
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    Fuzz Nuts is probably pouring another glass of chardonnay and that damn prime rib is at 150 now. :facepalm:
     
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    Has anyone ever grilled a prime rib? Saw a recipe last week
     

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