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  • @northGAcock, I wasn't a Willie or country music fan until I moved to Texas and all of my clients that came into town wanted to go to Billy Bob's where Willie and Family performed on a regular basis. It just kinda grew on me, lol. Now, I think I hav…
  • So sad to hear, but miracles do happen. Think positively and do the best you can to help everyone. Been there, done that on more occasions than I wan to think about right now. She is in the doctor's hands, but your wife is in yours. Tend to her. The…
  • Big fan of Willie Nelson, but who knew his son was such a good singer too. https://youtu.be/uPpodJCJW1E
  • I think it is a great idea. Waiting on the KJ folks to come out with different sizes that may take forever is a good alternative. One thing to mention. As eggers, we live and die by dome temp. However, having been to tons of Texas barbecue weekends,…
  • @Slabotnick, I used the adjustable rig for my last ham, which was great, but I see no reason that the Joetisserie would not produce great results too. We don't do a lot of ham since it is basically just the two of us. Still have a good bit of the la…
  • As a committed Dukes user.....I can't see how I could improve on it. @northGAcock, I am with you about the Duke's mayo, but I still make my own depending on what I am using it in. I spent about a year in Dallas long before Duke's was available ther…
  • All the time. I mix mine in a pint mason jar. You can add just about anything you want. I usually throw in a dash of paprika for a little color. If you need to double the recipe, move up to a quart mason jar. Fresh herbs also add a lot of flavor.
  • Congratulations @Slabotnick! Those birds look fantastic and I am sure they tasted incredible. We always do two birds now instead of just one. Glad you are as happy with the Joetisserie as we are. So many great things you can cook on the spinner.
  • Outstanding, sir.
  • I have found that my CI pans run about 200 degrees hotter than the dome temp consistently. I usually preheat the pan for about 30 minutes. This is a 10" griddle on a large, so plenty of clearance around it with no airflow restrictions. Gotta love th…
  • Heck no! Meatloaf on the egg is fantastic.
  • Happy birthday! Sounds like a great celebration and a meal close to my own heart too. Some of our favorite things. Buy more lottery tickets while the birthday mojo is working.
  • Fantastic cook! Hope you don't mind if I stea.. er borrow this for my next chicken cook. Thanks for the detailed, step by step recipe for this incredible looking dish.
  • Thanks a lot @BrueggeDad. I just had a stinking salad for lunch and now, I see this. That looks incredible.
  • Someone here mentioned their Black and Bleu awhile back. Sorry, can't remember who it was, but, thank you. We will never be without it. Outstanding stuff. Haven't tried the other rubs yet, but probably will.
  • Love us some Hatch chiles. They add intriguing flavor to a lot of dishes. I have never seen them available here locally. Have to depend on the canned version and we buy them by the case from Amazon. Don't you just love that Joetisserie?
  • I'll take that over fancy any day. Fine looking meal.
  • @Hub, some folk just don't get it and that's okay. Love mine and that's okay too. Some folks don't get the adjustable rig. And that's okay too. There are many methods to cooking on the egg. Some are good for some, some, not so much for others. It's …
  • It's crowder pea processing time. 1/2 a bushel down another 1/2 to go. Geez, I'm tired. Timed this perfectly after a Chiropractor appointment. How stupid can you get?
  • @Gulfcoastguy, have you tried a pressure cooker? You can cook all kinds of things in those marvelous machines and a bonus is they generate very little heat. I also use my rice cookers for a lot of things other than rice. No heat generated in the kit…
  • Thanks, @SGH, the steaks were outstanding. Hoping you have a decent fall and winter too. If we didn't have decent winters, we'd be moving north. Elevation is they key, but North Carolina property taxes are outrageous as well as property values. The …
  • You just need to keep over-hydrated with adult beverages when dealing with the heat.    @lousubcap, that must have been where I went wrong. I usually only do wine with steaks. Should have added something else, lol. Like lemon seltzer water and vo…
  • Love, love, love mine, but it's been too hot to grill any dang thing here lately. We've been in the upper 90's for the better part of 2 months. I'm old and I ain't doin that crap. Steaks on deck for tonight if my egg isn't molded. Fingers crossed. I…
  • Thanks, @tjv. I'll give that a try next time, although, I've never had any of them dry out. That's what I love about rotisserie cooking. It is so easy. That being said, we'll be giving your adjustable rig a serious workout since wing season is upon …
  • Congratulations @Slabotnick, I hope you enjoy it as much as we do. Chickens are stellar and an easy cook for the first spin.
  • (edit - the herbs will be ready for Thansgiving that way, right?) @Sweet100s, actually, you will start harvesting in about three weeks. You start harvesting herbs very early. The more you harvest, the faster they grow. Just …
  • That looks outstanding on many different levels. I'd probably be the only one in our household that would touch that, but I'd give it a try. Great pics.
  • Kinda partial to Lodge red myself. Also Wolfgang Puck enameled, Lodge regular skillets, and Emile Henry bread cloche. These are my most used pieces. I have another set of shelves for my regular Lodge DO's and large skillets. Lodge enameled is high…
  • Thanks @SGH, you know how I love my toys. I'm just lucky my interests run along the line of things that will feed us. To borrow your numbering system, Unit #15 was delivered yesterday. We keep saying that we don't have room for any more, but keep fi…
  • @Sweet100s those are Aerogardens. They are the Bounty and Ultra models. We always have Romaine lettuce, a variety of herbs, Asian greens, Kale and various other greens. These items grow quickly and are ready to start harvesting in 3 to 4 weeks. The …
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