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Pork Ribs Cooked In The Char Broil Big Easy SRG Part 2

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Pork Ribs Cooked In The Char Broil Big Easy SRG Part 2
Pork Ribs Cooked In The Char Broil Big Easy SRG Part 2
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"Cooking Everything Outdoors" © http:www.Cooking-Outdoors.com Gary House, The "Outdoor Cook" cooks Pork Back Ribs in the Char-Broil "Big Easy SRG". Perfect Outdoor Cooking Sides of Foil Wraped Baked Potatoes and Corn on the Cob cooked with the husks on.
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