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How fun! I wish I could come!

Kasha: it was a lot of fun, and the food was great. We had a really tight schedule that day and weren't sure we could make it, but we're glad we did because it was worth it. Next year I'll try to find out earlier so I can share the date.

Sounds like it was amazing! D loves ribs. I'm less of a meat eater, but you can't beat beautifully done ribs.

Jen, I feel like a heretic saying this, but I was enjoying the side dishes more than the ribs. (I wished I snagged a photo at the amazing spread of dishes before they were demolished.) I mean, the ribs were *good*, but I can only eat so much ribs at a sitting. I guess that means I wouldn't make a good rib-off judge. :-)

Looks like a lot of fun, and some good eating! I've been grilling up ribs about once a week since the summer started. I've been using different techniques and recipes from the Weber site. Every rack has turned out excellent! Check out some of the different recipes at: (http://weber.com/recipes/Recipe.aspx?rid=62).

Brian (Weber)

BTW… check out our new video series “Weber Grill Master”. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iRN-VTuA0aw Grilling experts Jamie Purviance and Steven Raichlen compare notes on grilling techniques, what inspired these classically trained chefs to pursue the art of cooking with live fire, and find out what led to their biggest grilling mistakes.

congrats uncle ken, i know its been a long time since i seen ya, but looks like things are lookin up for ya. glad there is someone outta the rough framing area in the thybault family. keep steppin ahead- alicia

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