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Aust Gourmet Traveller - BBQ issue

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Sometimes I borrow these kind of magazines from the library...but I never buy them - got enough recipe books - but had to buy this yesterday..and it's freakin great.
January 2012 issue of Australian Gourmet Mag is a barbecue issue ...and gotta say its chock full of amazing next level recipes. lots of awesome sounding Asian grill recipes ....middle eastern stuff, pacific island stuff. interesting salads. beer matching.

highly recommend it to any home grillers out there
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thanks grapsta, i'll check it out tomorrow....

ps. not sure i comprehend "got enough recipe books"...????
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full sentence : " ( my girlfriend tells me I ) got enough recipe books ( taking up space on the bookshelf ...not to mention shoe boxes of recipes)
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Thanks grapsta, will have a look at the news agency tomorrow!

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Hey Grapsta!

You forgot to mention the 8 pages of Disgusting Pinapple recipes!

I don't understand why pig food is featuring in a Gourmet Magazine!

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Chris,

Titch and that silly little comp last month really upset you 'ey........ :lol: :lol: :twisted:

i am still trying to think of something, so you can avenge yourself of that evil. not sure if there is anything out there, that will give the Titch a fright, but.

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Commander Cody wrote:Chris,

Titch and that silly little comp last month really upset you 'ey........ :lol: :lol: :twisted:

i am still trying to think of something, so you can avenge yourself of that evil. not sure if there is anything out there, that will give the Titch a fright, but.

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Pork Whitemeat stuffed with shellfish!

Ha!

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Why does Titch do that :!: :!: :evil:

I am going to have nightmares for goodness knows how many days and then how will I ever sign back into the forum again :x :lol:

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urbangriller wrote:Pork Whitemeat stuffed with shellfish!

Ha!

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Rushed out and got the rag, It really is a beauty. There is a Korean skirt dish in there that Im going to do with some hanger steaks I have on order.
Impressive mag for great ideas. Might subscribe :D
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I'm a subscriber, good stuff every month! They only do Gay food like Pineapple every now and again!

Subscribe off the website....good deals at the moment.

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Hey Chris ..
.. isn't your namesake Christopher P Columbus credited with discovering the Pineapple on the island of Guadeloupe in 1493 :lol:

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