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Too Late for Dinner Thread

edited 12:10PM in EggHead Forum
I'm too late to join the "What's for Dinner" Group but have to share what my guy had waiting for me when I got home from work: BGE meets Balinese Chicken with Apple-Macadamia Chile Sauce and
Balanese Yellow Rice (on stove) from Barbecue Bible. Has anyone else had the pleasure? It was a MIGHTY good meal. (Green beans with dill to provide color interest...) Coals on one side were double layer to sear each side and single layer on the other to finish cooking. Direct heat for both. Nice technique, moist, tender, marinated but not brined per se, perfection.
Have to say it's nice to be back reading the forum. The new job is just as time consuming as the old, and in the middle of it all I broke my knees so I was eating mostly at Wendy's drive-through, but I'm hoping to cook more, especially on the grill. Now if I could just convince the fire to start When I want it to. Does anyone else feel that fires are curiously harder to start in 90 degree weather?

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  • SethSeth Posts: 79
    KK,
    Sorry to hear about your knees. As far as starting your fire when it is hot out, it coud be the humidity. I do not know where you live, but in southern Ohio this time of year, it gets darn humid, and if you have used lump in the egg, it will be hard to light sometimes. I just stir the lump real good, add a little fresh lump, and then squirt the green goo that they sell at Wal-Mart in a few places and light it. I can't remember who pionted that Green stuff out, but it works great, and is a natural product too. Happy egging.
    Seth

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