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bdavidsonbdavidson Posts: 411
edited 9:04AM in EggHead Forum
My wife asked me to name my favorite egg recipe last night after dinner. I love the laborious dishes...not that there's much to pulled pork, but my last attempt required a lot of fire-tending. I responded by saying that just about anything is good when cooked on the egg (even squid). Pulled pork, brisket, ribs, beer-butt chicken, smoked turkey, prime rib are all favorites of mine. BUT, last night we slathered a few Delmonico steaks with cheap yellow mustard and then rubbed on some Montreal steak seasonings, seared them with a 650 degree grill, followed by a 5 minute dwell with some soaked mesquite chunks. The results were just terrific. For the simplicity of the job and the amazing results, not much can compare with steak ala egg.


  • sprintersprinter Posts: 1,188
    bdavidson,[p]I have to agree with you. Sometimes simple is best. I've tried a lot of different things on the egg and I always seem to come back to those simple recipes that only have a few ingredients or a few simple techniques. Maybe I'm just lazy but I did a lot of 'sperimentin on the egg when I first got it and this was my conclusion then, and still is today. Simple is best, use good meat and let it speak for itself.[p]Troy
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