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tonights dinner more tendersteaks

egghead2004egghead2004 Posts: 423
edited 5:37AM in EggHead Forum
<p />Ahh, life with the egg. Well, a frozen egg. I had to sear these in a pan on the stove, It took over and hour to get the small BGE thawed out. Trust me, a gas flame and a cast pan cannot give you enough heat to sear these right, but they tasted great after dwelling on the egg with hickory.[p]


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    <p />egghead2004,
    sorry, forgot how to do the multiple is the finished steaks with fresh snow chilled don't get any better. I'll tell you, Cow Lick and hickory go great together!

  • egghead2004,
    That's a GREAT photo!

  • egghead2004,
    I'm drooling! BTW I've found that covering my Eggs pretty well solves the problem of them freezing shut - but then it's rare for us to experience snow in GA.

  • YBYB Posts: 3,861
    It does snow in Georgia every now and then....The covers come in handy when it does....I hope everyone is having a great new year.

    [ul][li]Snow Eggs[/ul]
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