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Cooking dinner for my classmates

BluesnBBQBluesnBBQ Posts: 615
edited 6:56PM in EggHead Forum
I started EMT class in May. The class is being taught at my firehouse, and some of my fellow students are members of my company. Usually before class, some of my fellow students have dinner in our kitchen. I always thought this was for people who lived at the firehouse, or it was leftovers from other meals. They always shared it with me. After class two days ago I was told it was my turn to cook dinner on Thursday (tonight). I guess there's some kind of unwritten rule that we take turns cooking dinner on class nights. I told them I would grill something and bring it. I'm relatively new to the station, and nobody there knows about my passion for barbecuing and grilling. That should change tonight.[p]I have a bunch of thick boneless pork chops marinating. When I get home, I'll grill them, then throw some onions and peppers on my grill wok for a side dish. I live so close to the station everything should stay hot in a foil pan on the way there. I might be spoiling my classmates tonight!

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  • RaySRayS Posts: 114
    BluesnBBQ,[p]Let us know how things turn out. I'm sure your classmates will be impressed.[p]RayS
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