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April 24, 2009

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i added too much lemon...

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Grilled seafood (especially shrimp) and garlic is something I would never get tired of. I never thought of grilling angel food cake though; that's a great idea. Thanks for these great recipes - now only if it would stop snowing here.

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With warmer weather upon us again, it is time to delve into outdoor coooking again. I try to cook or rather smoke foods at least once a month during the winter but will ramp it up in the spring and summer. The snapper recipe sounds great. Thanks!

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Grilled Angel food cake with banana Rum salsa, you have got to be kidding me! Amazing is not a strong enough word. Where you though to grill angel food cake I have no idea but this has to be one of the most unique Dessert Recipes I have seen in a while. I work with better recipes so I am always looking a recipes but this is definitely the first of this kind that I have seen. Yum!

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Will try this at home

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