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Monday's Meals

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Marinated some lamb loin chops overnight, gave them a coat of DP Red Eye Express rub and then put them on the Mini for a roast.


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Pulled them off when their IT hit 110-115 and removed the Mini Woo & drip pan to prepare for a quick sear. CI grid was already on so it took just a couple minutes for the Mini to jump up to almost 600. Gave the chops a sear of about 1 min per side.



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Pulled them off with ITs in the upper 120s to low 130s & let them rest a few minutes.



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Love the flavor of the Red Eye Express rub on lamb. It was a tasty lunch.



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Dinner was Stir-Fried Beef & Tofu, a recipe from the Breath of a Wok cookbook, and could probably be considered OT as admittedly I didn't cook it on an Egg. I used my Tao wok cooker with my 20" wok. I thought maybe I could double the recipe (sized for a 14" wok) in the 20" wok but found the area for the coals in my Tao a little too small (less than 9" in diameter). I could definitely double the recipe in my XL Egg but it'd use more lump.



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Thanks for looking!
XL, Large, Small, Mini Eggs
Bay Area, CA

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