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  • Sundays simple tri tip

    Rubbed a tri tip with some cow lick rub and then marinated for a couple hours in some chimichurri.  Seared for 5 minutes and then put it on raised direct 400 degree grate until about 130 internal.  Served up with a little tomato cucumber red onion salad and baked potato.  Good eating for sure.  Fast and easy.  Perfect for a lazy Sunday afternoon.

  • Re: Picked Up 4 Mini Maxes at Once...

    My Pop never sprung for braces when I was a kid.  Said my crooked teeth came in handy.  Stuck a beer bottle in my mouth and smacked me upside the back of my head.  Opened 'em every time.  Man I sure was glad when twist offs came along...
  • Re: SWMBO OT - maybe it's just me but this drives me bananas

    SWMBO is lame.  I cook what I want, eat what I want and buy what I want.  I don't know about the rest of you, but the pants I wear come in a man's size.  Now hurry up and finish reading this post so I can delete it before my wife sees it  :))

  • Re: Fire Grate Problem

    dldawes1 said:
    I am not an artist.

    Any opinions on welding some flat tabs on the firegrate to stabilize it??  I have not seen inside a Med so I am not familiar with the design.

    What do you mean you are not an artist?  The tab on your drawing at the 8 o'clock position looks like Italy.  Nice job!
  • Re: Table rebuild.

    Hope the grease doesn't cause an issue when you apply the top coat of poly.  Poly and grease do not get along too well.  You might want to consider sanding with a coarser grit or maybe even trying a belt sander.  If you can get down to clean wood, the top coat will last much longer.  Just a thought.
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