We’re feeling pretty super, how about you? The big game is fast approaching, and while we love football, we love an excuse to invite people over and cook even more! You too can cook like a champion with recipes from Dr. BBQ’s NFL Gameday Cookbook: Grilled Tuna Sandwiches from Seattle and Baked Brie from New England. Who’s going to win? You’ll have to cook both to find out.
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Greetings, Cooking on four eggs keeps me busy for now and I have learned a lot about Temperature, Time and Tenderness since I got started egging back in 2004. There's a lot more for me to learn and along the way I like to share what I'm cookin from the backyard.
For fall off the bone ribs foiling is the way to go. I'm in the 250 degrees dome temp, NEVER lower. One hour in foil 250 degrees dome with indirect setup and those ribs will get nice and happy and fall off the bone.
Well if you were grilling a long time or often at firebox level the fire ring would help shield the base from heat. So setting the fire ring back in on top of the grid would get you back to the 'standard' setup. I can see some advantages here- tw…
I don't see a problem searing with the grid on the firebox for short periods of time. As long as the grid is not making contact to the sides of the base at firebox level I think you will be ok. The grid needs room to expand as it heats up.
Ha ha ha! Thanks for the laugh, I needed it.
Well I just finished Sauza Tequila Gold(just pour it don't measure), a skweeeez of leemon, handful of ICE and 7up to the top of the tumbler. Mighty fine, smooths the wrinkles out.
Am I in? I'm having tons of problems. Somehow Diana Q got me in here threw this Write Comment box. I've tried everything, it's as if I'm regestered but the system does not recognize me as me.
Computer is typing slower than molasses in January...…
I was baking bread, trying out new recipes and wearing out the oven when I had the brilliant idea of building my own brick oven in the back yard. After my wife set up my first laptop I immediately started doing research on brick ovens and info came…
Very clever LC! Put's a new spin on chick-in.
Excellent how-to, you know your stuff. Thanks for sharing! :cheer:
P.S. When my bottle of Golden Boy is used up I'm getting Three Crabs, using fish sauce more often.
I just finished my breakfast. Peach crisp, vaniller ice cream and dark roast Sumatra java. :woohoo: (can't stop eating this crisp)
I know what your thinking... shame on me, not healthy, but I'm feeling mighty fine.... ;)
This weekend on tap;…
Thanks much. I'm wishing you cool rain down by you, startin to look like a dust bowl. :(
Your new Woo ring will be a favorite, nothing beats a good raised grid setup for cooking. Congrats on your excellent Texas sized steak! Impressive!
Thanks and yeah, fish is great from the egg. Keep the fish outa the house for cookin is a plus as well.
I'm practicin thighs, just bought another package and will work on crispy skin tomorrow. I want really crispy skin, not easy to …
The peach crisp with vaniller ice cream shoots this healthy dinner to bits. :ohmy: And there is a few calories in tequila spiked lemonade as well. :whistle:
What the heck, all in moderation is what I say. But yeah healthy to eat and fish is loa…
I like it! Nothing can burn/melt from a hot grid and easy to clean, stoppers at the back, handle for carrying. Looks like you thought of everything. :) I can see where this would come in handy. I can imagine this as a good spot for anything hot…
I got a second large egg a couple of years ago and the daisy rocked on the neck of the dome. Hummmm, not a proper fit, I want (need) the daisy to sit all the way down to eliminate the gap between the ceramic vent and the cast iron for a good seal. …