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I roasted some beets tonight also. I plan on making pickled beets tomorrow.
We had to live off what was in the King Soopers bargin bin tonight though.
1 lb wild caught salmon
1/2 lb beef tenderloin
4 ears of corn
I think I am going to try the "melting garlic" recipe from Serious Barbecue by Adam Perry Lang. I got the book a week ago and my daughters are crazy about garlic bread.
Sounds like a good recipe to start with.
I have always dug mine up after the bottom 3 or 4 leaves have turned brown which is around July 4th for me here.
I bundle them up and hang them in a cool, dry place until I need a head for cooking.
I do not know if there is a serious differenc…
Yep. I egged a turkey today at 16°F. Not below zero but cold enough for me today. My gasket had frozen shut on the large. It took a while to get it open by dropping starter cubes in from the top.
As others have said, dress properly (my feet go…
Try reading this:
Also, make sure you have a "clean" fire before putting on your ribs on the egg. If you put them on too early, you can get a bad flavor if you…
I don't know what type of thermometer you are using
but if you need a new one, I would suggest a
Thermapen. They work great. Mine has saved me from
overcooking any number of meals.
See here: http://www.thermoworks.com/products/therma…
I get all my cast iron at the thrift store.
Everyone knows that cast iron is just old
fashioned, heavy, and dirty junk. That is
why I have a ginornmous collection of Wagner,
Lodge, and Griswald stuff. All for cheap.
Living in Colorado and having had my BGEs for over four years, there has been no problem. I have cooked in snow storms on multiple occasions. The eggs handle cooking in below freezing temperatures easily.
Also, I assume you will be at the Color…
You might try these for pizza stones:
Also, make sure you read this site:
I agree totally that the Thermapen is an indispensible tool for the egg. I love mine and use it all the time.
You could have gone to Mollyshark, skipped all the red tape, and got it at a lower price. But, I don't know if she has …
Here are my roses.