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Cookout Potatoes
Cookout Potatoes

Cookout Potatoes

Grilled Augratin Potatoes - You Bet! Thanks to the folks at Potato Goodn...

Grilled Sliced Potatoes
Grilled Sliced Potatoes

Grilled Sliced Potatoes

Grilled Sliced Potatoes are easy to cook and make a perfect addition to ...

1887 White House “Cold Slaw”
1887 White House “Cold Slaw”

1887 White House “Cold Slaw”

1887 White House “Cold Slaw?” Are you thinking...

London Broil - Steak or Chicken!
London Broil - Steak or Chicken!

London Broil - Steak or Chicken!

London broil and London chicken? - So you're askin...

Cumin & Chili Grilled Shrimp
Cumin & Chili Grilled Shrimp

Cumin & Chili Grilled Shrimp

Grilled shrimp with Tex-Mex Flair! It's an easy recipe that's sure to pl...

SUMMER GRILLING HACKS

Shrimp Dipping Sauce
Shrimp Dipping Sauce

Shrimp Dipping Sauce

This Grilling Hack is perfect for the next time you toss some shrimp on the grill!

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Four Orange Juice Grilling Hacks
Four Orange Juice Grilling Hacks

Four Orange Juice Grilling Hacks

Orange juice is not just for breakfast! Why not add the flavor of citrus to your collection of easy TDC Grilling Hacks!

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Four Ways to Make Boring Ketchup Better
Four Ways to Make Boring Ketchup Better

Four Ways to Make Boring Ketchup Better

Who said ketchup had to be plain? It's time to add some bonus flavor with these three ketchup hacks!

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Yes! You Can Make Awesome Homemade Mustard!
Yes! You Can Make Awesome Homemade Mustard!

Yes! You Can Make Awesome Homemade Mustard!

Yes! You can make mustard at home! How freaking awesome is that?

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Grilling Mat Grilled Pizza
Grilling Mat Grilled Pizza

Grilling Mat Grilled Pizza

I love sharing a good grilling hack - especially when it involves a cool product and pizza! People are terrified of grilling pizza dough!

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Battleship Alabama - Powerful: this single word aptly describes a naval vessel known as a battleship. The USS Alabama (BB 60) was the last of four South Dakota–class battleships built for World War II. She is well armored and designed to survive an attack while continuing to fight. Her main battery, known as “Big Guns,” consisted of nine 16-inch guns; each could launch a projectile weighing as much as a small car that could hit a target 21 miles away.

Her crew numbered 2,332 men, none of whom were lost to enemy fire, earning her the nickname “Lucky A.” She served as more than just a battleship: she carried troops, supplies, and seaplanes and served in the Pacific and Atlantic; her doctors treated patients from other ships; she was the wartime home for a major-league ballplayer; the movie setting for Hollywood films; and she traveled home to the state of Alabama with the help of schoolchildren.

Author Bio: Author Kent Whitaker and Bill Tunnell, executive director of the USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park, visually chart the course of the USS Alabama from the day her keel was laid to her present service as a museum ship and memorial in Mobile, Alabama.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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