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The ribs are on: a silent picture

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  • jaydub58jaydub58 Posts: 2,036

    Super looking ribs, MCN, well done!

    I, too, love the PartyQ.  It is simple, and with just a bit of tinkering, super reliable.

    John in the Willamette Valley of Oregon
  • skellis614skellis614 Posts: 65
    edited May 2013
    @Mrcookingnurse Glad you liked it. Always happy to supply as well.
    LBGE, Burgeoning Accessories
  • BotchBotch Posts: 4,503
    Thanks for the input irt the PartyQ; I'm shopping...
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  • jimreed777jimreed777 Posts: 320
    @ GoldfishDude Lebanon bologna is a sweet, smoked, beef balogna that is made in Lebanon County, Pennsylvania. Seltzer's is the official Lebanon Balogna. The rest are just imitators. I actually live in the town, Palmyra, PA where it is made. When you drive past the smoke houses, it smells awesome! Palmyra is the neighboring town to Hershey. On any given day I smell a smokehouse, roasted peanuts from the Reeses plant, roasted cocoa beans from the Hershey plant, and of course cow crap from the fields and farms all around. Sometimes the mixtures of smells around can get intense.
    Grew up eating the stuff. Seltzer's. Wonder Bread, Lebanon Bolgna, yellow mustard and some white american cheese. I must have eaten thousands of those. I grew up in Mohnton, PA...just a short drive east starting on the Horseshoe pike from Hershey. What I miss most though is being so close to Shady Maple.
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