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    "Just a quick follow-up note on the work your crews did at my house over the last couple of weeks. In short; the porch railing, painting and tuck pointing was done professionally and looks great. More important, the crews that were out were customer service oriented, thoughtful, friendly and always let me know what was going on. I would not hesitate to recommend Reilly Painting."

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  • Recipes for Summer Grilling

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    Skip the burgers and dogs and make something a little more unique. Take a look at some of these alternative foods to grill for your summer bbq via The New York Times Dining & Wine:

     

    Grilled Asparagus

    Grilled asparagus becomes more than just a side dish by adding an egg lightly poached with olive oil and herbs in a cast-iron pan heated over the grill, and drizzling it with a mildly spicy oil made with dried New Mexico chilies, pounded garlic and fresh mint.

    Duck Breasts with Rosemary Leaves

    Score the skin of duck breasts and press rosemary leaves, salt and pepper into both sides. Grill skin-side down over low-ish heat until crackly, then turn and grill briefly. Serve with grilled orange halves.

    Grilled Soft Shell Crabs

    Grill soft-shell crabs, brushing with melted butter and Tabasco. A little charring of the claw tips isn’t a bad thing.

    Read more at New York Times Dining & Wine

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