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Thanks!

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Enjoy your vaca Grant!... In NH we've gone from running the wood stove to frantically installing the window ACs within a day... it is summer now and I plan on a night of Mojitos!

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Here we went from daily highs of 8C to 28C and humidity pushing the temp to feeling like 35C... tonight's low... 8C... LOL

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TGIF, Hope everyone has a great weekend!

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Coaching at our first game at Regionals tonight but hoping to be back by 9pm Pacific for some beer and tanks!

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well, this is certainly a throwback :) hi guys... hope I'm not persona non-grata around here :/

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Thanks for the toon last night Tempus and golfcrazy. Lot of fun!

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Anyone ever have their wife tell them to not let the kids wreck one particular thing, and thats the one thing the kids go out of their way to wreck???

PrometheusEDI : (20 May 2017 - 04:07 PM)

yes sir. happens almost daily around here

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Welcome to the forums Xakkalikov :)

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Thanks :)

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Some great toons yesterday--Xperiment, Roguewar, Nieve, xtc, and Geek Verve!

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Welcome to the forums Dented :)

xJediDadx : (21 May 2017 - 08:40 PM)

Welcome Xakkalikov and Dented. Glad to have you both on board. The SWGoH section is down towards the bottom and we have our own Discord server too. discord.me/dho

xJediDadx : (21 May 2017 - 08:46 PM)

and that discord link is for anyone else who wants to join. :) Would love to have more Dads on there to liven the place up.

xJediDadx : (21 May 2017 - 08:47 PM)

It's mobile friendly, has a website version and a PC program so it's easy to get to

Xakkalikov : (22 May 2017 - 03:52 PM)

Looking at it now xJedi- thanks!

xJediDadx : (22 May 2017 - 04:03 PM)

Welcome. I just replied back to your PM so you should be good to go now for discord


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Posted 22 February 2015 - 12:06 AM

What else asides burgers do you guys make on Foreman grills? I've made some good quesodillas on them gets the shell nice and crisp w/o a huge mess. Don't really see a whole lot of other options w/o temp control.
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Posted 22 February 2015 - 01:24 AM

You can do boneless/skinless chicken breasts. Helps to have some kind of "marinade" on it to help keep it from getting too crispy on the outside, but just don't use too much to avoid a mess. The dressings in a spray bottle are great for that.

I've also don't several kinds of fish before, and even shark once when the price was right at the store. Depending on how good the non-stick costing is, you may want to use foil if making one of the more delicate types.

I'm sure you could easily do a steak too, but I did t eat them much when I was a Foreman chef (single).

Certain veggies are good too, provided they can stand up to the weight of the lid. Sturdier ones like asparagus work much better than tomatoes, though you might be able to pull off kabobs if you can arrange the food just right so the lid close enough to cook evenly.
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Posted 22 February 2015 - 01:43 AM

We mainly do burgers on both of ours, but we've done chicken, quesadillas, dogs, and steak before. I bet if you have one of the larger versions, some kebabs would do fine, as well.
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Posted 22 February 2015 - 02:38 AM

I've done grilled salads on them before. The book that comes with a grill has some good recipes. Chicken. Burgers. Paninis. And I think that's about it. Lol

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Posted 22 February 2015 - 03:35 AM

Mhmm heard that the chicken breast always get to dried out but may give it a go but may try with the marinade . Ones we get are the huge (literally) non split breast that come in bulk that my mom gets from meat plant. Always worry that w/o these being temp controlled I'll over cook the product and it'll turn out all chewy or it'll undercook.
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