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1 hour ago, Jim_Alaska said:

My wife and I grill all year. But grilling here in summer is an unpleasant task, it has been 108 degrees for almost a week. I think your temps are much better being farther north and near the ocean.

Yes, it is a bit cooler here. It was over 90 yesterday, which for this area is very hot. No air conditioning...but today it was a bit cooler.  It doesn't get as cold here in winter as in IN, but it does get too cold to comfortably grill.

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Sorry about your cold HC. Summer colds are the worst because that is always when all the good stuff goes on that you miss. I'm batching it tonight but have every intention of grilling burgers for myself.

The deer here, so close to the river are amazing. They walk right by me within a few feet while I am grilling, take a quick look and move on for more apples. My presence doesn't bother them one bit.

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On 8/6/2018 at 10:30 PM, Jim_Alaska said:

I can't imagine it being too hot in England, but I have never been there, only heard about its weather. How hot was it Invicta

Nowhere near as hot as there. but it is far too hot for me and too humid,  It has cooled down the last couple of days,  I have to  keep out of the sun as I burn easily.  Because of my skin condition I have to always wear a hat when I am outsude. I don;t know what the temperature was, a bit over 30C I suppose, they had 45C on Portugal several days ago.  I wouldn't have survived that.

 

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Here in northern California we have had a month of 100F or over. We also have  lot of smoke from forest fires. It never goes away because of the great number of fires. It does vary some depending on wind direction.

Sorry to all for posting off topic, I should know better.

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6 hours ago, Jim_Alaska said:

Invicta, I think you should have been born French, You are really into French food.

Cous cous is actually North African, but it is popular in France.  I do like French food.  Here we are about ½ way between London and Calais, including the channel. Although I always worked in London, I rarely go there  now.  Not at all since my daughter and her family moved from Battersea to Ashford, much nearer here. We often go to Calais for the day.  It is much easier driving  and probably much cheaper than going to London by the time you have paid the congestion charge, the polution charge and parking. 

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We celebrated our 32nd anniversary this week. It was actually Thursday, so my hubs grilled steak and burgers (our son was supposed to come over but was unable to). Hubs wanted to go out for dinner, too, though, so yesterday we went to Silverdale (the "big" city closest to us...it has places like Olive Garden...). We ate at Red Lobster. We love their Chicken alfredo linguine. We shared a key lime cheesecake-ish dessert. It was delicious, but just spending time with my hubs was priceless.

It was an adventurous journey...I'm posting the details in another thread.

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Grilled Rib eye steak and corn on the cob. My wife grilled the steak and it came out perfectly, extremely tender also. Still hot here, but not as hot, only got to 86 F today, but lots of smoke. We have been bathed in forest fire smoke for more than two months. No let up.

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1 hour ago, Jim_Alaska said:

Grilled Rib eye steak and corn on the cob. My wife grilled the steak and it came out perfectly, extremely tender also. Still hot here, but not as hot, only got to 86 F today, but lots of smoke. We have been bathed in forest fire smoke for more than two months. No let up.

Ugh to the smoke! We are experiencing it, too. The smoke that is blanketing us is coming from the Canadian fires. There is a fire about an hour from us, but it is heading a different direction. The fire that was 20 minutes from us was helped to end by a good, dousing rain. The wind is supposed to shift in the next day or so and blow away. I sure hope it does, because it's hard on lungs (I'm having some issues).

Our ring of trees seem to be protecting us from the very worst of it. It's still not good - but it hasn't been two months for us!

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I love meatloaf, it's wonderful for sandwiches too. We have it fairly often, but when it is cooler. We don't do any cooking that requires and oven in this heat. One exception is that sometimes we will cook an oven dish on the barby. The one we have now has a very accurate thermometer, so it's easy.

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