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    4 years and running!

    Once again we got together for our anniversary cook. Thick cut Ribeye steaks done to perfection. Was my brother-in-laws, Bob's BBQ, turn to burn them up this year. I supplied the whiskey. He absolutely nailed it again this year. I'd say we are getting pretty dam good at this. The whiskey did not disappoint either. Enjoy the pics.
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    That looks really good. And it looks like you all had a good time. May I ask what kind of anniversary you're celebrating?

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    • Smokey Tim
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      Wedding anniversaries. 56 years for my parents, 33 years for me and my wife, and 33 years for my sister and brother-in-law. One of the best traditions we have started.

    #3
    That beef looks legend mate, the smiles are genuine and very big, looks like it was a great day for all!!

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      #4
      Very nice and congratulations! Isn't it great how food brings people together. Thank you for sharing.

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        #5
        Steaks look Great! Happy Anniversary to all of you!

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          #6
          Congrats times three.
          Good times with good people can't really ask for more.

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            #7
            Now that looks like a celebration done very well. Congratulations to all.

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              #8
              What a great tradition - congrats on many happy years and great job on cook!

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                #9
                Well done all the way around.

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                  #10
                  Looks fantastic! How long/ what temp, were they on the smoke?

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                  • Smokey Tim
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                    Took them up to 120-125. Pulled them off and rested the for about 15 min then 30 seconds on a screaming hot grill. Then rest again for 10 min.

                  #11
                  Congrats to all! What a great tradition.

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                    #12
                    Congrats!

                    PBC, PBC, PBC!

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                      #13
                      Celebration (enter "Kool & the Gang") Doesn't get much better than that. Congrats all round.

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                        #14
                        Homerun on them dudes!!

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                          #15
                          Great job, on the steaks and on the marriages.
                          BTW, who got the fourth steak?

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                          • Smokey Tim
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                            Fourth one went into the fridge for later. Was supposed to have it for breakfast the next day but somehow was conveniently replaced by bacon instead. 😆

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