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Onion

Get the biggest yellow onion you can find. Take the top layer of skin off and core the top out. Place in the hole two beef bullion cubes----a dash of red wine and top with butter----wrap in tin foil and place on egg 30 min prior to adding steaks. Pardon the phrase but it will "knock your **** in the dirt." Any takers let me know what you think.

Comments

  • Yo Johnny Reb,[p]Is that a good thing????
  • GloriaGloria Posts: 161
    Johnny Reb,
    Just read your post; I am 61 years old and it is 12:30 p.m. and have just read your post.......computer is in the bedroom and I read what you had to say about the onion. My husband almost fell out of bed laughing! Said he had heard about the onion part but not about the "dirt" part.

  • Johnny Reb,[p]so that's why things have gone down hill for me lately. [p]cb
  • Johnny Reb, I'm in! This weekend. Can you give me an aprox temp?

  • Johnny Reb,[p]
    Ahhh....finally..an explanation for those pebbles![p]StumpBaby

  • Cook temp---last night cooked at 450
    then opened all the vents and were ready for the steaks in no time.
  • Tim MTim M Posts: 2,410
    Scottie,[p]And what about the lady's -- what effect will they have??[p]
    I prefer to not get in the dirt -- all we have here is sand anyway. I haven't seen dirt for 6 months.[p]Tim

  • Smoke-N-Smirk!,
    Of the Egg or the Dirt???

  • JSlotJSlot Posts: 1,218
    Johnny Reb,[p]I do 'em all the time with different variations in flavorin, although I prefer to use sweet onions. It is quite a treat when that sugar carmelizes and the juices make a great add in for gravy. I shower afterwards. LOL![p]Keep the smoke risin',
    Jim

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