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    Grilled Legs and Romaine

    I marinated the legs in Robusto Italian Dressing for 24 hours, then added about 1/4 cup of Knox's Yummy Chicken Rub for another 12.




    While the legs were cooking I drizzled romaine with Tuscan Italian Dressing.



    Legs are done, time to add the romaine over direct high heat for about 1 minute per side.




    Dinner is ready!! Topped the romaine with a little Parmesan cheese.



    My plate.


    Cathryn and I both thoroughly enjoyed this dinner as you can tell! There's one chicken leg left that I'm gonna have for lunch!
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    Damn! Just bought a new Coleman BBQ for $500 and you are partially to blame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Van Quad View Post
    Damn! Just bought a new Coleman BBQ for $500 and you are partially to blame.
    At least I'm blamed for something that will give you fun and feed ya!
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    You can have the ol buzzard legs......LOL.....They look tasty!

    But the lettuce looks crazy good....but not as good as Steven Tyler (in case you didn't watch American Idol, that's his sayin LOL)

    mmmmmmmm
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    That is looking great Larry! I have been meaning to try grilling Romaine but was unsure the best approach. I will try it your way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GinoL View Post
    That is looking great Larry! I have been meaning to try grilling Romaine but was unsure the best approach. I will try it your way.
    I'm going to try kale leaves with the Romaine leaves

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    Quote Originally Posted by Van Quad View Post
    I'm going to try kale leaves with the Romaine leaves
    That sounds tasty!! They will take a couple minutes longer, I think?
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    Pretty work! I love me some yardbird legs on the grill!
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