Whole Turkey On The Barbecue

by Linda Capeloto Sendowski on May 5, 2011

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Today dawned hot and blue, birds chirping, the perfume of Honey Suckle, Jasmine, and Citrus blossoms is in the super dry air. The mercury is going to rise to around 90 degrees in my neck of the woods.  That is definitely warm and while usually I get away without running my air conditioning this time of year, [click to continue…]



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