Thursday, January 26, 2012

Blacktop 360 Grill/Fryer Giveaway!


 I don't know about you, but I like to grill out. I hate not being able to make everything on the grill though. I love onion rings and my kids love fries. And steamed green beans? They're one of our favorites! I always go inside to cook them and I miss out on being "outdoors" and hanging out with our friends. With my new Blacktop 360 Party Hub Grill-Fryer, I can do it all! Or my husband can...and that is always better!
The Grill-Fryer is packing over 24K in BTUs and a ridiculous 452 square inches of cooking surface. There's no assembly required so you can spend your precious extra minutes marinating up perfectly marbled meat medleys for your mates. It folds up fast and fits easily into the durable storage bag, so you can hit the road before the fuzz make the scene.

Main Features:

•Deep Fryer, Infrared Grill, Griddle and integrated Warming Plate

•Independent temperature controls

•24,000 BTUs total with three separate cooking functions

•650°F+ ceramic infrared grill burner

•Super-durable double porcelain enamel cook surface

•Portable with storage/carrying bag included

•No assembly required

Details:

•Stainless steel burner construction

•Stainless steel and ceramic Infrared burner

•Electronic pulse ignition (requires one AA battery—not included)

•Optional hose attachment for 20 lb. propane tank

•All-steel powder-coated and enameled folding frame

•Insulated handles with integrated tool holders

•Accessory rail for cutting board or additional equipment

•Lid fits over grill, griddle or warming plate.

•Cooking surface has a dedicated drain channel and supplied insulated oil holder

•Rubber feet for stability and protection

•Included accessories: Cutting board, slosh ring, thermometer, liquid catch bottle, three-position cover, storage/carrying bag


 I like the versatility. I can make hot dogs, cook chili in the fryer, and warm hot dog buns on the warmer. I can also steam green beans in the fryer or make a low country boil! The griddle option is really great because I can use it for pancakes and eggs or even grilled cheese! This unique grill is perfect for larger gatherings when you have a variety of food to cook. And when we have outdoor gatherings, there is always a variety (and a lot) of food! It travels well and we are looking forward to taking it on our next vacation. The carry bag helps keep everything together and protected. The only thing I miss is that amazing flavor that you only get from cooking over charcoal or wood chips. But I'll tell you, clean up is easy, which means I'll be leaving my portable charcoal grill at home next time. Click here for a list of retailers!

Want to win a Blacktop 360 Party Hub Grill of your own? One US reader will win! To enter, tell me your favorite grill recipe! Leave your recipe in a comment below!
Get one bonus entry for each of the following:
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One winner will be drawn randomly from all entries received.

Giveaway ends Feb. 2, 2012 at midnight! Good Luck!

Disclosure: I was sent a grill in exchange for this post. No monetary compensation received.

111 comments:

  1. Lemon Pepper and Garlic Shrimp and Salmon
    really not a receipe as in size or portion, we just wing it.
    The just is to mix lemon juice, butter , lemon pepper and a small amount of garlie to your liking in a container. better if it sits in refrigerator over night.
    Wash and prepare shrimp in a dish, salmon filet in a dish and melt the seasoning mixture , put over the shrimp and salmon. Let sit approx 30-to and hour in fridge. Grill to your liking, We like to have the Salmonwrapped to hold juice and flavor after it is smoked or just wrap and grill the seasoning and flavor is easy and an awesome blend~

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  2. My favorite grill recipe involves prepping a bunch of artichokes, boiling them indoors, then marinating overnight in a mix of balsamic and fresh garlic and lemon, and grilling them the next day. It's prep intensive, but SO worth it!
    blue65829 at aol dot com

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  3. I like chicken kebobs. Chicken,peppers,potatoes,mushrooms and onions. Dipped in and Olive oil and lemon mixture and grilled. YUM!
    Thanks for the chance.
    mogrill12@gmail.com

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  4. My favorite grill recipe is to grill boneless chicken breasts. I spread on a mixture of oil and garlic paste while grilling.

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  5. I like steak on the grill.

    slb3334@gmail.com

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  6. I like to grill shrimp.

    rhoneygtn at yahoo dot com

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  7. I love grilled pineapple~
    kathypersons@yahoo.com

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  8. https://twitter.com/#!/mkjmc/status/162646849038192642

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  9. http://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=174300162674172&id=100000722780647

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  10. Grilled shrimp kabobs: 1lb large shrimp, 5-6 slices bacon, cherry tomatoes, red onion, lime juice, 2 cloves garlic crushed, black pepper.

    On a skewer, poke the end of a bacon slice, then a shrimp, then wrap the bacon over the shrimp and skewer. ALternate tomatoes, onioin and shrimp as you wrap the bacon in and out of the shrimp. Mix lime juice, garlic adn black pepper and brush it over the kabobs. Grill till cooked. YUM

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  11. Follow on GFC

    rugerpuppies at hotmail dot com

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  12. My favorite grill recipe is grilled bananas with chocolate chips and marshmallows melted inside!

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  13. shrimp kebobs with green pepper and onion

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  14. We love steaks on the grill that have been marinated in teriyaki sauce. Mmm.
    kripley81@yahoo.com

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  15. I loved grilled salmon. Coat salmon with olive oil and sprinkle with salt/pepper/crushed rosemary.
    louiseb130@aol.com

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  16. We like to grill burgers, steaks, chicken, all pretty much the standard way. (hubby grills, I do the inside food prep....and...the cleaning up)
    This unit is really quite slick. I don't have a recipe that is jotted down anywhere. We have made corn on the cob on the grill. Just shuck it only to get the silk off, then wrap the husk back up around it and let it cook on a lower area of the grill. The problem that we have w/out grill is the temp controls all are of whack. It's old, what can I say. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  17. GFC follower: same name as in entry form.

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    1. I have never grilled before! I lived in an apartment until a few months ago. I hope to start soon!

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  18. I love to put a bunch of cut up veggies (mushrooms, peppers, onions, zucchini) on the grill for a healthy side!

    Carrie
    colesammom@gmail.com

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  19. I love grilled Salmon!
    Thanks for the chance.
    mogrill12@gmail.com

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  20. 1 Large Zucchini cut-up, 1/2 Onion cut-up, some bacon cut-up, salt, pepper, garlic powder. Wrap this in foil and put on grill for about 20 minutes or until tender. Unwrap and put your favorite kind of cheese on it and let it melt.

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  21. I tweeted giveaway. https://twitter.com/#!/flipper211/status/162924410012041216 dwelchert@yahoo.com

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  22. I shared giveaway on Facebook. http://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=227393730681515&id=1465810685 dwelchert@yahoo.com

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  23. I google +1/Debbie Welchert dwelchert@yahoo.com

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  24. I follow you via GFC/dwelchert dwelchert@yahoo.com

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  25. This looks amazing!! Thank you so very much for the chance!
    onecheaplady@yahoo.com

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  26. I like to make brats marinated in beer..yum
    whit1966@gmail.com

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  27. My favorite grill recipe is marinated artichokes! you prep them and boil inside, then marinate in balsamic and garlic and olive oil and finish on the grill. labor intensive, but completely worth it!

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  28. We like deer or elk tenderloin wrapped in bacon and topped with sliced onions. Dot top with margarine and wrap up in foil and cook on grill until cooked through.

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  29. I like to marinade my steaks in olive oil and garlic before grilling.
    smchester at gmail dot com

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  30. I follow you on GFC.
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  31. I G+ this giveaway as Susan Chester.

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  32. Grilled marinated sirloins yum
    Marinade sirloins in zesty italian dressing in a covered bowl in fridge overnight.Following day place on grill 6 min each side or for how done you like your steak.Serve with baked beans & coleslaw.Perfect dinner.
    amasfuntime at yahoo dot com

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  33. Google+1 'd you
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  34. GFC follower (amasfun47)
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  35. We like what we call Hobos. You take (raw) hamburger, sliced potatoes, onions, tomatoes, peppers, really--anything you like, and put it in foil and grill it until done. Just make sure you oil the foil so the potatoes slide out. The great thing is you make them individually, so each person can have exactly what they prefer.

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  36. I love irish whiskey glazed steak.

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  37. My favorite grill recipe is just chicken pieces with lawry salt on them. oh...tastes so good!
    landfjacobson @ charter.net

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  38. I tweeted
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  39. I google+1'd Laurajj Jacobson
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  40. GFC follower
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  41. My favorite grill recipe:
    Drain a can of pineapple slices, and mix juice with 1C soy sauce, 1/4C brown sugar and 1t minced garlic in a large ziploc bag. Save pineapple slices. Marinate chicken breasts in soy mixture overnight. Grill chicken breasts and pineapple slices.

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  42. Grilled Eggplant Sandwich
    1 large eggplant sliced about 1/4-inch thick
    Salt
    8 ounces sliced mozzarella cheese
    1 large beefsteak tomato
    1 medium red onion
    1/4 cup olive oil
    2 Tbsp red wine vinegar
    2 Tbsp balsamic vinegar
    6 small burger buns

    Line a large tray with paper towels. Lay out the rounds of eggplant on the tray in a single layer. Salt generously on both sides.

    Cut the tomato into 1/4 inch thick slices. Cut the red onion into 1/8 inch slices. Pour the two vinegars and a teaspoon of olive oil into a flat container such as a casserole dish. Sprinkle with a little salt and stir with a fork to combine. Lay the onions and tomatoes down in the container and turn to coat with the dressing.

    Prepare your grill, high heat. close the lid.

    Once the eggplant slices have been sitting for at least 15 minutes, pat them dry with more paper towels. Use a pastry brush them on both sides with olive oil. Lay the slices on the grill and grill them for about 3-4 minutes per side with the lid closed, until browned. Remove from grill. Lightly toast the burger buns on the grill, for about 30 seconds to a minute.

    Set out your burger buns. Put two or three rounds of eggplant slices on top of the bottom bun. Then add a tomato slice and some red onion. Add a couple slice of the fresh mozzarella.

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  43. I tweeted https://twitter.com/#!/eyzofblu63/status/164019522846728192

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  44. I follow through GFC (Peace Love and Pets)

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  45. https://twitter.com/#!/pantherpaw327/status/164146323388497920

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  46. http://www.facebook.com/#!/permalink.php?story_fbid=335130836517170&id=100001498423445

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  47. My favorite grill recipe is not a recipe really. Just marinate chicken breasts in a mix of yogurt and lemon juice then grill. They are super tender.

    chrisdeglen(at)gmail(dot)com

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  48. @chrisdeglen tweeted:

    twitter.com/#!/chrisdeglen/status/164256396253216769

    chrisdeglen(at)gmail(dot)com

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  49. Google +1 Debbie C

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  50. I follow you on GFC/Blogger. (Debbie C)

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  51. I follow via google
    Diane Baum
    esldiane@gmail.com

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  52. My fave thing to grill are shrimp kebobs
    Diane Baum
    esldiane@gmail.com

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  53. I love grilling tomatoes, eggplant, zucchini, squash and onions. Slice everything but the tomatoes into about 1/2 inch slices and dip in olive oil (it adds a unique flavor) put on heated grill and sprinkle salt and pepper at it roast. WOW! It's awesome!

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  54. Beef Sish Kaboobs are so simple

    Marinate my beef in Newman's Own Oil and Vinegar dressing for 24 hours.

    Cut up veggies and parboil. Thread on wooden skewers alternating veggies with meat.

    Grill!!

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  55. Follow via GFC under the name of Chip
    chipdip2010(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  56. Tweeted http://twitter.com/#!/chipdip2010/status/164683297329389569
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  57. Google+1'd - Jill L
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  58. I love to grill fruit to top meat with or even as a side. I do pinapple, pears, and even plaintains.

    jennifer.lleras@gmail.com

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  59. Chicken! I love bbq chicken!
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  60. gfc follower
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  61. +1 the post!
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  62. Favorite grill is chicken soaked in orange juice before grilling
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

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  63. GFC follow
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  64. I am a new Google Friends Follower - senekers! Thanks! senekers@comcast.net

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  65. Our family favorite grilling recipe is to make foil veggie packets. A favorite is using heavy duty reynolds wrap, spray with pam, slice potatoes, and fresh onion rings with small patts of butter, garlic salt and pepper. Wrap and seal sides. Grill! Easy & delicious! senekers@comcast.net Thanks!

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  66. Facebook Fan Sharon Seneker! Great giveaway! Thanks! senekers@comcast.net ♥

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  67. seasonal veggies with mrs dash30 min marinade

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  68. seasonal veggies with 30 min mrs dash

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  69. my favorite grill recipe is an old time favorite barb ribs a recipe I have from gourmet recipe
    parisrobyn18@gmail.com

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  70. following on gfc
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  71. My favorite grill recipe is grilled corn on the cob.
    What we do is take four ears of corn in their husk and soak them in water for at least 30 minutes. Once finished soaking,(preheat grill now) we open the husks just enough to remove all the silks, then we close the husks back up and tie them closed with a strip off one of the husk. Then we put them on the preheated grill, for a total of about 45 minutes, we turn them every 15 minutes. As soon as they come off the grill, remove all husk, butter and season to your own liking! It's one of our favorite go to grilling recipes.

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  72. And i plus 1'ed this post on google + :)

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  73. My favorite grill recipe is made with my DH's help. We take ribs, rub them with a mixture of brown sugar, paprika, and cumin, then brush them with a homemade BBQ sauce and let them cook for a few hours on the grill.

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  74. My favorite are jalapeno poppers.

    Cut jalapeno's lengthwise, remove seeds and pith.
    Fill with cream cheese
    Wrap with bacon
    Put on grill until bacon is done.
    Eat lots!
    michedt at yahoo . com

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  75. Google+1
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  76. Follow publicly via GFC, Michelle (the pic w/the frog)
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  77. My favorite is grilled salmon with a peach glaze and mango salsa topping.

    jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

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  78. I am following via GFC as Jill Myrick.

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  79. I am a fan via Facebook as Jill Myrick.

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  80. One of my fav grill recipes is from Giada. It's grilled fruit. I like to use bananas (halved lengthwise), peaches (sliced), nectarines (sliced), pineapple rings, etc. You coat the fruit with white sugar in a bowl & grill over med heat 3-4 min on each side, til you get a golden crust. In a bowl you'll need to mix 3 TBSP of simple syrup (sugar & water; brought to a boil, then simmer til sugar dissolves), juice of 1 lemon, and 1/4 C chopped fresh mint leaves & fresh blueberries. Drizzle over grilled fruit and enjoy!

    couponcookie at gmail dot com

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  81. GFC: Dominique

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  82. google+1'd post: Dominique S

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  83. Tweeted:

    https://twitter.com/#!/laylees/status/164964434891128832

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  84. FB post:

    http://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=353501941341417&id=100000648434555

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  85. FB friend request sent: Nikki Marie

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  86. i do the hamburger w/onion soup mix and a few sprinkles of garlic powder then mix in bbq sauce then grill. I also like to grill corn on the side

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  87. Burgers with A1 sauce,Hot dogs, pan fry french fries (with that grill i wouldnt have to pan fry them),toast the rolls on the the grill

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  88. Well first of all I like to grill enough for leftovers for lunch the next day. First I start the marinade early in the day so the flavors intensify. Usually it is olive oil, minced garlic, fresh ground pepper and lemon or lime juice. How long you marinate the meat depends on the meat. My personal favorite is shrimp, then lots of veggies. Artichoke hearts, sweet onion chunks, red bell peppers, mushrooms, zucchini, and pineapple chunks. I skewer each kind of thing separately so they can be taken off when perfectly done and just pile them on a serving tray so everyone gets what they love. Oh you have made me hungry!

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  89. i love to cut up potatoes,onions,peppers,mushrooms and garlic,and wrap in aluminum foil with butter salt,pepper and thyme and cook over med heat.i love potatoes and all veggies this way.

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  90. Away We Go: Blacktop 360 Grill/Fryer Giveaway!tweeted @djc319

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  91. following on google friend and liked on google+ diane conover

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  92. My favorite grill recipe is boneless chicken breast that have been marinating overnight in italian dressing and coat it with Tony Chacheres seasoning,dang it's good :)
    hubby likes to add Sweet Baby Rays to his.
    chocho1957 at hotmail.com

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  93. tweeted
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    chocho1957 at hotmail.com

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  94. Posted this giveaway on facebook as Donna D
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  95. Google+1 this and posted this on my google+ as Turq-Donna
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  96. Following this blog on Google Friend Connect as turq
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  97. sent a friend reguest on fb as Donna D
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  98. I really like BRATS!! I cut up onions and wrap em in foil!

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  99. I like grilled rosemary potatoes.

    Take potatoes, cut them into thick cubes. drizzle olive oil, fresh rosemary and sea salt on it. Grill until cooked.

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