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edited November -1 in EggHead Forum

Please post recipie of pepercorn roast beef cooked at the eggtober fest. It was very very nice.



  • EarlEarl Posts: 468
    EAT,[p] Maybe you could give us the location as to where this
    person was cooking. Up top, left, straight ahead or down
    close to the runway.As I understand it, there were aprox 25 Eggs being put to good use. Pretty impressive with all of them smoking away. We cooked up many steaks on the mini
    & used four different types of seasonings. Barb had the job
    of slicing them up into strips for samples.
    I am sure someone can point you to what you are looking for
    with a little more info.

  • Earl,[p]He was located at the left of the small roof (where the music was), by the second fire pit.
    It was delicious spicy pepercorn roast beef.
    Thanks for you help,

  • JJJJ Posts: 951
    I believe that was Grilling Bill.

  • BDBD Posts: 87
    It was either Grillin Bill or Rhum&Jerk. Do you remember what he was wearing? Bill made his Eggfest '99 Tritip beef recipe and R&J made ribs on a mini, tandoori chicken and beef fajitas on the large.

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