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  • AZRP, what's an "AIR BAKE PAN"?
  • icemncmth, RECIPE ...PLEASE??
  • Ryan, #1 What's in that rub you have on the pork roast?[p]#2 How exactly did you do those acord squashes?[p]How much liquid went into the pan and then on the squash itself, etc. how much butter or oil, etc. Thanx
  • egret,[p]The BEST baked bean recipe ON THE PLANET comes from Penzey's spice catalog. Just go on their website and scroll around for it. If can't find it on the site, then e mail PENZEY's and ask them to e mail it to you. They are very friendly fo…
  • Gutrageous, Where, please, can I get the recipe for this great green chile? I know you said his website, but what is the URL? THanks, Bambi
  • Rick's Tropical Delight,[p]BEAUTIFUL! What kind of CAMERA --model, etc do you use? These pix look like they came out of Bon Apetit mag. Seriously.[p]Cheers Bambi
  • thirdeye,[p]I cannot believe what an incredible, scholarly site you created for your chili verde. That is the most fabulous exquisite recipe I've seen in ages. If you put that together yourself, you are one advanced culinary pro and I hope you are…
  • Car Wash Mike, You're my kind of guy! Ribs, indeed. Cheers! Bambi
  • RRP, Man, you are really something! That looks so good and the pictures have made me put together a list and I'm on the way to the store post work to get the ingredients. Thank you --so thoughtful.
  • Chubby, thanx again! BTW--this recipe reminds me of one from way back (before the BGE) where I used similar ingredients, but instead of the ham used chopped pepperoni. Be fun to try sometime but meanwhile, these 'shrooms look delectable.
  • Mike in MN, thanks, some good info....
  • Bobby-Q, hi, was just wondering someone told me about using the lil smoked sausages, any idea about that? thanks much!!!
  • Plastic Army Man, What is "Red Rooster"? Where to buy or how to make it? thanks
  • Rak, You say the IDOS cookoff/gathering is Aug 4 in Logan Utah & Idaho. Which place? Or, are there events happening in both? Thanks
  • char buddy , What an eloquent dissertation, indeed. Should have realized it--you are one scholarly Egger. 1 or 2 cubes, beneath the grate--okay. I'm assuming lump was atop grate before you lit starter cubes. One more thing, please. How much, in…
  • char buddy, You say you've "been trying for months to figure out how to hold the Egg temp to 225" and that now you finally figured it out? Por Favor, what is the secret, Please? I'd like to try this experiment myself but fear that the coals will …
  • KennyG, Richard and I had a wonderful time, as did our cousins who were attending their first Eggtoberfest. They are now set to buy an Egg. BTW, someone went for a last minute flight in the bi-plane and was said to have lost his lunch all over th…
  • Fireball, The Egg is it. You'll see. You will be cool hand luke to all your friends, i.e., the envy of them. Whatever you are good at cooking, you will be better at it in the Egg. Smoke on. Bambi
  • Gfw, Thanks for posting the enchilada pix. Great shot! In fact, thanks for nothing! I'm sitting here in my office, starving, haven't eaten all day--can't leave--and...along comes the most tantalizing photo of my favorite dish! I hat it when that …
  • char buddy, Re Wood Chunks, everyone is giving you good advice, i.e., go hickory, not mesquite for this type of meat dish. Also, as they say, use just a few chunks. Often when you are learning to do real 'que, conventional wisdom says if a few's …
  • Tim M, Thanks. You've been so helpful. Those pix are incredible. Methinks you should be a photographer in addition to a q'r.
  • Gfw, Man, you're fast! Thanks for the link. I'm very impressed. That must have been one HOT egg to have snapped iron.
  • Tim M, Where do you get those "iron Grates" or "expanded metal" grates? Do you have them custom fabricated or where can you buy them? Approx cost?
  • MAC, Go, MAC! Nothing beats homemade ice cream and 'que. You'll do those bananas prouder than I did with homemade ice cream. Report back!
    in bambis bananas Comment by Bambi May 2000
  • Carey, Hey, I'm not so good at following my own directions, dear. The neat part about these bananas is--you don't have to be so exact and that's why they are a perfect fit into 'cue culture. Too much precision spoils a good time. Glad you enjoye…
    in bambis bananas Comment by Bambi May 2000
  • JimW, Thanks, my friend.
  • JimW, Re the ammonia Rx, do you "as is" from the bottle or diluted with some water? Also, is it regular strength that you get from the store or some industrial strength ammonia from a janitorial supply? Thanks!
  • char buddy, Now do you see why we came out all the way from California? It was funny watching you in silent amazement at this whole thing.
  • djm5x9, It's posted. And...I'm still absorbing!
  • char buddy, Hillard, is that you!!? I am honored to be the Egg-breaker-inner. Needless to say, you and your new BGE made it home intact, no? Such a pleasure meeting you.
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