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We hope everyone’s enjoying the first few days of summer. For us, the weather heating up means one thing - the EGG’s gonna be busy! Whether you’re making stuffed burgers for a backyard grill out, some brats before a baseball game or searing a steak for dinner on the patio, we hope you’re doing it with full flavor and having fun all the while!

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  •  I used 2.5" casings.  Does this make any sense? Absolutely! I see a LEM order in my future. We love summer sausage, but have only done them in the oven due to the low temp. Thanks for this post.
  • Guys, when those cucumbers start coming in by the dozen, wrap each one individually in plastic wrap and refrigerate. They'll stay fresh for a couple of weeks.
  • Wow, fantastic! Which nozzle did you use on those? We got the sausage nozzle for ours, but it's only 3/4" in diameter. Those look a lot bigger.
  • For anyone in upstate SC, I highly recommend Satterfield Farms in Taylors SC. Grass fed beef and pork. They are at the Travelers Rest Farmers Market on Saturdays and also have a store. He'll get any cut of meat that you want. Congrats on your decisi…
  • Thanks everyone. This is the model we are looking at now. It even does sound. Another plus is that it's wireless.
  • Emile Henry makes good stuff. I have 5 pieces now and very happy with them.
  • Emile Henry stuff on sale at Woot today. They have some good deals on pizza stones.
  • @Botch that is too funny and very appropriate since we were expecting an ammo delivery via UPS. The UPS driver parked on the next street and walked down to deliver the package. He said they had been told to watch out for the car and to report it if …
  • Especially when you grow them from seed and baby them for a few months.Lol @Chubbs, we also grow in Aerogardens, so pruning is necessary. The first time can be scary, but you get used to it.Slightly OT, but you guys may get to see my garden on the n…
  • This is very similar to mine. It holds a regular size stick of butter.
  • This is a very helpful video channel on gardening. This may help give you a good visual about pruning tomatoes and peppers.
  • a butter crock (the kind you add water to before the butter goes in. I've used that style of container for decades. Works great. Thanks RRP for the info on Kerrygold. I have seen it in our local stores, but never noticed that is from grass fed beef.…
  • Awesome machine, cookin biker. I have a Simac that I bought in the mid 80's. Still runs like a tank. How long does it take to dehydrate the pasta in a dehydrator? I've always just cooked it after making it.
  • Fantastic!
  • Very nice share. She sounds a little like Emmylou Harris. Will have to see what else they have. Thanks.
  • Very nice and I'll bet they tasted fantastic.
  • Here's the recipe I used when I moved to Tx in the early 80's and realized that Duke's wasn't sold west of the Mississippi River. Ouch! Mayonnaise Servings: 8 Ingredients 1 egg 1/2 teaspoon mustard, dried 1/8 teaspoon paprika 1/8 teaspoon onion p…
  • We use a 10 cup rice cooker to cook the rice. Put it in Tupperware and refrigerate overnight. Then we divide it into 2 cup servings on plastic wrap, put in a ziploc bag to freeze, and then vacuum seal it after it's frozen. If you're going to stir-fr…
    in wokking Comment by Dredger April 5
  • @Smokinpig, I will wrap individual items, or a serving portion, in plastic wrap and put in a ziploc bag and freeze, then vacuum seal them in a larger bag and leave a few inches on the bag to spare. That way, you take out only what you need and then …
  • When our stove died, a cast iron pizza pan came with the oven. It does a good job at cooking, but instructions said not to cut the pizza in the pan and it has to be seasoned and cared for like cast iron. Someone here posted a Woot deal for an Emile …
    in PIZZA STONE Comment by Dredger March 28
  • Here is the setup we use. It's an Origami cart and folds down when not needed. It's very handy. I didn't post the whole cook because I didn't notice that my gasket was fried and couldn't keep temps below 325. It didn't turn out very well. Once again…
  • Fantastic pizza. Love the watermark. Too funny.
  • I lived in Columbia for a couple of years due to a job transfer. I was listening to a local radio station and they asked new residents to call in and tell them what they thought of the city. A lady with a distinct northern accent called and said "Th…
  • Boar's Head is a very good company. The only brand we buy of prepared meats. They were one of my customers and are very serious about food safety. Every time I entered one of their plants, I had to "suit up" like I was going into outer space. They h…
  • The Buttermilk Ranch is outstanding. I have been switching all of my spices to Penzy's gradually. Just received an order yesterday. Used the Bangkok Blend on chicken last night. It was the freebie they sent with the order and it was delicious. @Urba…
  • Excellent! Glad it worked out. I feel like its been handled to my satisfaction as long as its not repeated in the future. I'll just hang on to that Snagit shot for awhile just in case.
  • Put the top that you removed (stem) back on top before you grill them. +1 on the bacon too.
  • Guess he hasn't had time to clean up his Twitter account yet. Sorry, just had to look.