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Thread Starter 

Hows it going everyone. I am an Arizona boy born and raised. I was born in Show Low and have lived in St. Johns, Camp Verde, Cottonwood, Prescott, Payson, and Queen Creek. Unfortunately after joining the Navy in 1998 I have not found myself in a position to move back home and am living in Spain right now which isn't all bad but it's still not home. Hopefully I can live vicariously through you all.


post #2 of 7

Things are good in Yuma.  Temps in the 90s.  Not doing much outdoor cooking right now, but laying some plans.  I'm a transplant from Oregon and retired Air Force, so I can appreciate missing home.  Thanks for your decision to serve.  I imagine you are getting some good exposure to Spainish ways of cooking.   

post #3 of 7
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Hello Melk, thank you for your service as well. I am no longer in the military but I work closley with them still. I have been learning some great things about spanish food. It helps that my wife is spanish!
post #4 of 7

Howdy Spainglish, thank you for your service. I live at the far southern margin of the state. As we have had Navy and Air Force represented, it is time for former Army to represent.  Let me throw up a couple Arizona cook pictures for you.














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That's some good looking stuff Addertooth! Did you make those sausages yourself? Thank you for your service as well. Maybe we should start an Armed Forces Veterans club?


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Yes, the sausages I made about a month ago.  They were made with ground Ribeye.  They turned out really good.  But then, can anything bad be made from Ribeye?

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Damn! Ground ribeye!! Those are some expensive sausages! Sound delicious though :icon_eek:. You're right, I don't think anything would suffer by being made from ribeye. That is my favorite cut for a steak by far!

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