We hope everyone’s enjoying the first few days of summer. For us, the weather heating up means one thing - the EGG’s gonna be busy! Whether you’re making stuffed burgers for a backyard grill out, some brats before a baseball game or searing a steak for dinner on the patio, we hope you’re doing it with full flavor and having fun all the while!
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hahaha my grammar and spelling has gone to Hell. I need to log in more forum time so I can brush up.
Busy here too - no bears in the yard this year :( Our neighbor cut down all their trees and now we get very few eagles, and NO bears. boooooo
Dang I wish we could get pork belly like that here! I ordered one once from some expensive organic place and it showed up spoiled so I had to throw it out. They refunded my $150 (one belly) but I was mucho disappointed!
Max sent out an APB for me - I've been found!
We are doing great - I just had my family over for dinner tonight and got to feed our granddaughter her first solid food (no not egged....just sweet taters).
She is the cutest little bug ever, and she'…
seriously? Won't you guys freeze up here? We've only had 3 days over 70 degrees this whole summer!
Hmm.... but I don't know where you would want to settle in this state. Its pretty much all about fishing & boating in Southeast - and up North.…
I'm not in the pic - I'm taking it. This was somewhere between Jan - March. I went to check on the ribs and there were a bunch of seagulls in our back yard. A bald eagle swooped out of the trees & grabbed one right as I snapped the pic.
I will have Brent try the first sandwich.
But I agree - I think we are safe, and next time I will load the egg up to the top of the fire ring when Im doing a long cook instead of the middle of the fire box. :pinch:
I've made it out of the hindquarter (our deer are tiny - our hindquarters are probably the size of your deer's backstrap).
I also made pastrami out of a hindquarter roast. It was pretty good!
geeez I need to get our boat finished so I can ge…