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J AppledogJ Appledog Posts: 1,046
edited 2:51PM in EggHead Forum
Last week, while visiting my mother in Dorset, VT, I stopped by J.K. Adams to pick up a couple of gifts. In addition to their great selection of wooden products like BBQ boards, spice racks, etc., etc., I discovered a brand new high-end kitchen shop. My kitchen is small & full and I have just about everything that I need but I am always looking for items that will extend the range of things that I can cook on my mini. I didn't buy a 9.5" cake rack that I thought would be too big. (I'm going to pick that up later this month on my next trip). I DID buy a set of 4 - 7.5" aluminum pizza pans made by Doughmakers. Besides being good for pizzas I thought that they would make great drip pans for indirect cooking. [p]We had lots of Egged food at our campsite this past weekend when we were in Indy for the Formula 1 race. After my husband cooked a pork tenderloin to perfection we enjoyed fresh baked chocolate chip cookies that I cooked on one of the pizza pans on a rack on top of another pizza pan. We also had a fantastic chicken salad made from some chicken breasts that I had brined and done on the large BGE before we left town.[p]One night we were invited to dinner in a friend's (1.74 million dollar) custom motor home which was one of the most incredible things that I have ever seen. It was parked with a grillion other motor homes at the track but just about everyone who walked by stopped to look. A large Jenn-air grill pulled out of the side (beside the wide-screen TV). We had a lovely, unforgettable time but I didn't dare tell him that the food was much better at the KOA![p]I will show the doughmakers link below. J.K. Adams web site is www.jkadams.com.[p]Bone appétit! JCA
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