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04-27-2015, 06:24 PM   #16831
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QuoteOriginally posted by robtcorl Quote
I had a previously owned Weber Ranch kettle
You had the "Big Daddy" I bet it could cook a "flying lizard" with no problem.


04-27-2015, 07:26 PM   #16832
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But this is my vintage pride and joy.
Yes, I'm a Weber grill nut.
Our's is the green one much like your red one. But, as for the vintage one - I've never seen one like that! How old it it?
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Did anyone know that chickens have a 'tenderloin' cut? I had to google that, I think it should just be called 'chicken breast'. Mickey D had 'chicken tenderloin' advertised. Just something weird about the words 'chicken' and 'loins' being in the same description.
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QuoteOriginally posted by sherrvonne Quote
Did anyone know that chickens have a 'tenderloin' cut? I had to google that, I think it should just be called 'chicken breast'. Mickey D had 'chicken tenderloin' advertised. Just something weird about the words 'chicken' and 'loins' being in the same description.
whenever someone mentions chicken breasts, I can't help but think of the time my father labeled a freezer bag of five chicken breasts with a drawing of a five-boobed chicken .

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QuoteOriginally posted by sherrvonne Quote
Did anyone know that chickens have a 'tenderloin' cut?
Yep, I found out at about 62 years of age.
Do the foodie participants in this thread realise that Rupert has a thread in the lounge about food?
https://www.pentaxforums.com/forums/132-pentaxian-lounge/255363-whats-dinner.html
I realise that if all these posts had been over in the lounge this thread would be back at 600 or so pages (just a guess!!) but this is a serious photography thread that has been derailed by all the food talk.
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QuoteOriginally posted by rod_grant Quote
Yep, I found out at about 62 years of age.
Do the foodie participants in this thread realise that Rupert has a thread in the lounge about food?
https://www.pentaxforums.com/forums/132-pentaxian-lounge/255363-whats-dinner.html
I realise that if all these posts had been over in the lounge this thread would be back at 600 or so pages (just a guess!!) but this is a serious photography thread that has been derailed by all the food talk.
a) not all of us have access to the pentaxian lounge
b) you're forgetting all of the other random stuff that we talk about here, like cars and guns and things that people eat that really can't be categorised as food.
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a) I didn't know that! Are some people too young and fit to take up space in the lounge?
b) Do you mean there is stuff here not photography related?
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QuoteOriginally posted by rod_grant Quote
a) I didn't know that! Are some people too young and fit to take up space in the lounge?
b) Do you mean there is stuff here not photography related?
shocking as it may seem, some of us are only 'veteran members', and are too poor to donate our way in

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QuoteOriginally posted by ZoeB Quote
whenever someone mentions chicken breasts, I can't help but think of the time my father labeled a freezer bag of five chicken breasts with a drawing of a five-boobed chicken .
Jimbo...whats them Frog Legs taste like ? Ohh...they taste kinda like Chicken !
Hey Cletus....Whats River Gar Taste Like ? Ohhh...they taste kinda like Chicken !
Leroy......Hey you ever eat a Armadillo ? Yeah...All the time...... After I throw em on the Weber.....They taste jus like Chicken !


Hmmmm.....Im hungry now.
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I'm not quite sure.

But I think Tokyo is doomed.

These guys must have spotted someone using a K-3.

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Our's is the green one much like your red one. But, as for the vintage one - I've never seen one like that! How old it it?
The baby blue dates to the 1960's.
I have 6 kettles, but some folks are hardcore collectors and very jealous of the color selection they have in Europe.
Since they are made in the USA, it makes no sense to not offer them here.
Here's one such collection:



Didn't mean to hijack this thread into something other than its intended purpose.
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QuoteOriginally posted by robtcorl Quote
Didn't mean to hijack this thread into something other than its intended purpose.
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QuoteOriginally posted by robtcorl Quote
The baby blue dates to the 1960's.
I have 6 kettles, but some folks are hardcore collectors and very jealous of the color selection they have in Europe.
Since they are made in the USA, it makes no sense to not offer them here.
Here's one such collection:



Didn't mean to hijack this thread into something other than its intended purpose.
It looks like any day now the mother ship will swoop down and collect her hatchlings.
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Didn't mean to hijack this thread into something other than its intended purpose.
Then you don't belong here..
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