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    36° grilling

    Wife is out with her friends tonight, left to fend for myself. 36°F outside so why not grill? Bacon is cooking for dessert. Name:  20181023_194909.jpg
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    The other night I went to a church friends house yo fix her furnace at about 830 at night. She was finishing up dinner with her family so I went about replacing the IFC in her trane xv95. A few minutes in she basically drags me by the collar to a table and makes me stop to eat dinner. She is from Vietnam and makes some awesome egg rolls. Name:  20181018_203054.jpg
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    That food of yours looks good. Sometimes I do believe that male is way better in cooking than female. I am saying this because my husband is into the cook and yes his dish is better than mine.

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    It's a trick to cook eggs on the grill. Good job!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ECtofix View Post
    It's a trick to cook eggs on the grill. Good job!
    Well those were in a skillet, but I do cook bacon on the grill
    "If common sense was so common, everyone would have it."

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    Quote Originally Posted by ECtofix View Post
    It's a trick to cook eggs on the grill. Good job!
    I’ve cooked eggs on the grill
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    One Friday night I was changing a compressor at the little Mexican store down the street.

    I heard a voice from behind me say "STOP! STOP! STOP!"

    I turn around and look.

    It was the owner with a plate of hot food for me.

    He says, "I have to take care of you. No one works as hard as you do. If anything happens to you there is no one waiting to take your place"

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    Quote Originally Posted by stat View Post
    One Friday night I was changing a compressor at the little Mexican store down the street.

    I heard a voice from behind me say "STOP! STOP! STOP!"

    I turn around and look.

    It was the owner with a plate of hot food for me.

    He says, "I have to take care of you. No one works as hard as you do. If anything happens to you there is no one waiting to take your place"
    Always feels good when a customer truly appreciates you, and feeding you is a good way to show it. I don't hire many people to work around my house, but when I do, I always make a point to feed them. I had one contractor friend replaced some shingles for me a few years back. I asked him what he wanted for breakfast and whether his son was coming with him. He said i'll take 2 eggs, bacon and toast. I asked if he wanted coffee, orange juice or milk, he said whatever you got. So the next morning he shows up at 8 and I greet him with a plate of bacon, eggs, and toast, coffee and orange juice. He couldn't believe it, he thought I was joking.
    "If common sense was so common, everyone would have it."

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    I too love to grill once in a week for myself. Man i love smoked chicken wings

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