Waited patiently all week, for Sat morning. Time to cook up some breakfast.
Started by dusting a turkey chub with DP Cow Lick. Tried the + for the first time and it worked great.
Pulled the fattie when it was 175ish. I got distracted doing something inside and it cooked about 10-15°F more than i wanted it too. Oh well. On to the biscuits. Pulled the + and went raised direct with the new pizza stone (come as a pair from Amazon). Switching took less than 10secs, no gloves needed.
Things slowly continue to unravel at this point. Got distracted inside again, and the temp went up to 450. Shut everything down, and tried to wait for it to cool, but you know how that goes. Put the first biscuits on (store bought) and they burned because the stone was too hot. Got to them in time and flipped them. They were edible but definitely on the well-done side.
Remaining biscuits from the package went on parchment paper, so they fared better (no pic). Took the stone off and put a CI skillet on the grid for 2 eggs sunny side up.
Then we ate, since we were starving, so no plated pics (sorry). Overall, it was a fun first real cook on the mini. Mediocre results IMO, because
1. Turkey fatties are not meant to be
2. Should have stuck with my original plan of drinking beer outside hanging with the mini instead of trying to be uber-productive and multitask this morning.
We still enjoyed a nice Sat morning breakfast though, and I always enjoy that. :)
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