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Glad they turned out well for you Chirs. It is a recipe that never fails for us. Kick it up a notch next time and try some of Penzey's Jerk Pork Seasoning. Now THAT is awesome. (Excuse tne capitals but I can't help myself on that one). …
Hate to tell you this but if you wait until next wednesday, they may all be gone. The lady told me that a guy had been in and bought 2 of them before me and said he may be back for more. ???? Grillin' Bill ??? Possibly???
Pork tenderloin is not the cut of meat to brine. It is already a tender and moist cut of meat. If you want to brine a piece of pork then try a pork loin. King-O-Coals recipe looks perfect for a tenderloin. Just my 2 cents worth.
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What I wanted to say was that the best method of cooking babybacks that we have come across so far is GFW'S 5-2-1 method. He nailed that one on the head for cooking babybacks. We had 3 …
As the name implies, we are very good with spices, or so we like to think. We have a cabinet (or cupboard, depending where you are from) full of nothing but Penzey's Spices. We have a variety and they are all GREAT! We use mason jars…
That looks like my meat loaf when it came out of the EGG! Glad everyone enjoyed it. We certainly do like it here. I used to cook it in the oven till Mr EGG came along. Thanks for the kind words everyone.
Thanks for the comments. I forgot to put in the recipe about how long it took to cook. Your idea about the foil was great. That's why we use an old broiler pan. My "EGG kitchen" is getting to be just about as extensive as my indoor one. We …
The best way to cook pork chops is to brine them and use my recipe for cooking them that's in the new recipe section.
It is called Grilled Thick Cut Pork Chops. You can still rub them with JJ's rub if it hits the taste buds. Only wa…