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the real answer is... the one that's the most appealing to you. I have sold engineered stone and natural stone for the last 13 years. silestone is 93% quartz by WEIGHT and 7% resin. the down side is that it will scratch (due to resin) and w…
hmmm, weed burner? I use map gas. I like your suggestion. I'll try a fire starter, but usually takes two to get wicked good going. [p]I don't go high and then drop it down. I try to coast up to the temperture. so when the temp gets wit…
only one layer. I could taste the lemon ( don't forget..1/2 lemon juiced)[p]if you put a layer on bottom, it might prevent the shrimp from "bathing"[p]400 degrees until pink, about 15 minutes.oh yea, indirect or raised grid.[p]jorge, let me k…
1/2 pound shrimp w/ heads
1 stick of butter melted, not hot
add to butter:
2 tablespoons of worchestire(sp?) sauce
1/2 teaspoon tabasco
1 teaspoon ground rosemary
1 teaspoon of black pepper
1 clove of garlin chopped fine ( I did 2 cl…
to simplify, a traditional ABT is jalepeno halved, scrape seeds and membrane out, add little smokey, cream cheese and wrap in bacon, cook about 350 for 45 minutes or until bacon is done. I cook on raised grid.
well, they say there is no such thing as a dumb question. ABT's are probably cooked by all BGE owners who are not jalepeno-phobia.[p]check this link out. there are many variations.
The Naked Whiz,
I must say i totally respect your knowledge of both the BGE and computers.
I just went back to your web page, it appears that you have updated for me![p]I think I get it and I'm about to give it a try![p]thanks for reaching deep fo…
I thought the wife would be a problem and it was hard convincing her to let me have the first egg, but now I have two! she said anything to keep me around the house and it benefits her (yum). [p]good luck!