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Old 10-03-2014, 07:44 PM   #1
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The origins of vagabonding and charcoal cookouts

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/09/28/magaz ... uette.html?

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Great history lesson, even though I never use charcoal. Thanks for finding it.
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Great history lesson, even though I never use charcoal. Thanks for finding it.
I don't either as a rule but it makes food taste SO good!
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Re: The origins of vagabonding and charcoal cookouts

And for those of you who don't happen to have a Kingsford plant near-by.
Here's how you offload a semi-trailer full of sawdust.





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And for those of you who don't happen to have a Kingsford plant near-by.
Here's how you offload a semi-trailer full of sawdust.
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