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Thanks for the kind words from several on the pizzas. Since we were all trying to find each other, maybe next year we can set it up somehow where we all try to cook in the same section--sort of like the North Georgia guys do.
Large and Small BGE, and a baby black Kub.
And all the toys to make me look like a Gizmo Chef.
Am sure all had fun and ate food that us folks who were not there can only look at. Speaking of which, where are the pics?
Sorry. I had a blue tent but orange balloons. I did have big menu board with name at top. Again. Sorry to have missed you.
@kristi--sorry I missed you and your husband. But, see you at Hiawassee 2014 maybe. I will bring the balloons again (purple apron with orange tiger paw is also a giveaway). I did make a couple of photos in Joe's album that he posted:
Locust Grove, GA
ATL Sports Homer
Did anyone hear or get the recipe for the black eyes pea dip?
@Lit - we learned our lesson the last couple of years cooking @Eggtoberfest. We had almost everything prepped ahead of time and readyo to be thrown on the egg. We still didn't get out either too much but it gave us time to socialize with our neighbors and people that came by to ask questions about egging and our recipes.
@Chris_Wang Hiawassee is one of our favorites.
Large, medium, small and a mini. Egg'n, golfing, beer drinking, camping and following football and baseball.Atlanta NOTP suburbia.
I had that Buffalo Chicken, and you're right -- It was great! My husband said it was the best thing he tasted all day.
He shared the recipe with us: 1 part Frank's Red Hot Sauce, 2/3 part butter. Melt together & heat on the stove. Let it marinate a bit.
I had that Buffalo Chicken, and you're right -- It was great! My husband said it was the best thing he tasted all day. He shared the recipe with us: 1 part Frank's Red Hot Sauce, 2/3 part butter. Melt together & heat on the stove. Let it marinate a bit. Simple, huh?