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  • Focker said: caliking said: @Focker - its a date! Too bad I don't live in Iowa City any more I'm actually thinking of using the JB weld to fix a long piece of flat bar vertically along the long edge. To keep grease from spilling over…
  • caliking said: RRP said: busmania said: Hm, link to said bags? I'm a visual learner.  How about this? Use one once and toss it! I use these for bags, but never thought of using them for SV. They hold up well fo…
  • Killit_and_Grillit said: @Focker I am still trying to figure out how to run the grease trap out the back and drain into a bucket when I build it in my table.  Im thinking cut a metal pipe in half and let it dump out the back. Until then...beer…
  • Hotch said: RRP said: Hotch said: @kingsmoke Whichever one you choose, don't forget to get a Woo from Tom at The Ceramic Grill Store. It will make cooking on either a better experience. I have both a mini and a minmax. And if…
  • Let me guess...ah...could it be because this is a cooking forum? 
    in Wow Comment by RRP February 17
  • so it's a visual inspection or are you carrying some instruments with you? BTW what is that thing used for?
  • SGH said: RRP said: Ron I actually retired from the SubSea industry several months ago..  I did not know that! So what are you doing nowadays that involves your working at night...if you don't mind my asking...
  • SGH said:  With me working nightshift  ???How does laying cable in the ocean at night compare to day time? Or is the ship lit as bright as day?
  • busmania said: Hm, link to said bags? I'm a visual learner.  How about this? Use one once and toss it!
  • Lit said: RRP said: call me cheap, but I never use FS bags for my sous vide cooks. Instead I use gallon sized storage bags which are 10 x 14. I push out the air and seal with one of the twist ties that comes with them. Then rather than…
  • call me cheap, but I never use FS bags for my sous vide cooks. Instead I use gallon sized storage bags which are 10 x 14. I push out the air and seal with one of the twist ties that comes with them. Then rather than to let them float around I clip t…
  • Hotch said: @kingsmoke Whichever one you choose, don't forget to get a Woo from Tom at The Ceramic Grill Store. It will make cooking on either a better experience. I have both a mini and a minmax. And if I could only have one, the Mini would b…
  • I'm in the camp which loves my Small which actually has the same grill area as a Maxi Mini. I too love my Mini for travel and quick small meals for the 2 of us. I still think it was a shame that BGE corporate didn't come up with a different name for…
  • Thanks - actually that backstop is my 50 foot tall x 10 foot wide "used paver brick" chimney on the back of our house. We built our home 37 years ago and specified this brick which covers 70% of our exterior. While we had to pay twice the price over…
  • pgprescott said: An option to cast iron.  https://www.littlegriddle.com/collections/all/products/kq17r-kettle-q-stainless-steel-bbq-griddle Many people love CI and many people hate it.  https://www.grillgrate.com/      Another option. Flip …
  • Not trying to take over your thread, but maybe asking a similar question based on my own experience might help you decide what you might like better - OK?   Years ago I bought a Lodge cast iron griddle with handle which I took a hack saw to and cut…
  • Fred19Flintstone said: Thanks @Hotch .  I have not been a fan of that crummy mini nest.  I don't know if the new ones are good, but I like the EggCarten I have for the small.  I was hoping to score one for the mini. I'm the lucky winner …
  • Tom, Have you ever tried marinating pounded chicken breasts in spicy Italian salad dressing? That is one of my wife's favorite meals on the egg. I melt a couple pieces of havarti and munster cheese right before taking off and serve them on a crossia…
  • looks terrific! Thanks for the updated recipe. I'll be trying this for sure.
  • Hotch said: @RRP Yep around $65.00 or so. I have a mini Egg Carten if you are interested? PM sent!
  • Good thing you work in a hospital! Trip to ER won't take long! JK!!!
    in Lunch Coma Comment by RRP February 14
  • COOL!!! Lots of family loving and memories being made!
  • minniemoh said: @RRP - I think it's about $70 depending on your dealer. Thanks - it probably is something that will have to be ordered as I doubt my dealer would carry one.
  • Hotch said: @RRP Ron do you know that BGE has the new style carrier for both the Mini and MiniMax? Or would you rather have an Egg Carten for your Mini? No I did not. Thanks! Mind telling me how many coins for the Mini carrier?
  • What has worked for me for years has been to place the leftover cooked cold pizza pieces on one of those pizza pans with holes. Then place it in my cold oven and set it to preheat at 350º which takes my oven 11 minutes to reach. Once the 11 minutes …
  • Photo Egg said: RRP said: I'd be knocking on your door for that carrier in a heart beat, but we bought a Mini...not a M/M to take with us when we travel. Otherwise for any newbies who aren't familiar with the cool Egg Carton product yo…
  • Alexanders?
  • stv8r said: RRP said: DoubleEgger said: stv8r said: well have to admit this is mine lol http://www.frenchs.com/products/mustard/classic-yellow/ I love all kinds of mustard but am not ashamed to admit I'm a French's…
  • DoubleEgger said: stv8r said: well have to admit this is mine lol http://www.frenchs.com/products/mustard/classic-yellow/ I love all kinds of mustard but am not ashamed to admit I'm a French's fan!! It's hard to beat good o…
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