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Now for this I prepped the toppings. Chopped up some ham, onion, fresh mushrooms and had some shredded mozzarella cheese to put on it. While doing this I preheated our Weber on high, brush it clean, then turned to medium low.
|about 2 minutes|
|flip over and quickly add toppings|
|Slide onto plates and fold over. Done!|
Now after lunch Suzie dust and vacuum our house, I check the tires, and few other things puttering about that I don't have to do in the morning. That stuff done we can relax and read for a while in the shade and enjoy our books.
|enjoying our books|
Chatted with a few neighbors walking by and met some more new people here as well. And he happened to have dog that looked just like "Omer". Suzie was in her glory!
|Jewel is a very nice dog|
|potato pockets ready to wrap|
|ready to go|
|I added sauerkraut for me and was awesome|
Thanks for stopping in was great for us hope it was for you too.
In answer to a question yesterday from JOOL about wood chips on our Weber.
I soak the wood chips for at least 30 minutes, wrap in foil and poke lotsa holes in the top with a knife.
I do get an excellent smokey smell while cooking, but not really sure how much it flavors the food.
Posted by George, a.k.a. "The Weber "Q" Man of Blogland" according to Rick Doyle.
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