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The few Hatch peppers I have cooked, had tough skins and were better when charred and skinned. They become almost mushy when cooked and not sure about using for ABTs.
One thing I enjoy is to top a slider with a slice of skinned pepper a…
You can find them for a while at Whole Foods in Atlanta.
Also a great place to sample is Taqueria del Sol. They have several locations around Atlanta. Be sure to note the Hatch celebration Sept. 12th, at the Howell Mill location
I got another one for you to try...it is the bomb!
Go to food network and find Paula Dean hash brown quiche.
I used a fattie for the meat...and should be safe on keeping the man card. lol
Might try this in the meantime....I might even give it a try next week.
Here is her Roasted Pork Loin with Roasted Garlic Vinaigrette from food network.
Are you keeping your egg inside and working on the gasket in a heated area?
I read on 3m that the recommended temp for glue is 60 to 80 degrees. I have decided to wait till spring to replace mine.
Hungry in Lilburn,
Just wondering if you are going to install gasket with the cold temperatures these days?
I need to replace mine as well but was waiting till 60s before installing.
Thanks for starting this post...Good Info.
I was wondering about using the marinate from beef.
I marinate a flank steak overnight then use this cold marinate and reduce down to serve with the meat.
Is this save? or have we just been …
I had my nomex fall off after installing last spring. It left the nomex adhesive still attached to the egg just like the felt saga.
HQ replace felt no problem, however what they are now trying is nomex with no adhesive at all.
Has anyone done …
I have a small on a table and it works well for me.
The egg will be stable but you need to consider:
1. Heat...still need to use paver/etc. and feet to keep surface of table from burning.
2. Sturdy table because the egg itself…
If you are just getting the extender rack ...
1. it will put you slightly below the felt line....3 1/2 "
2. the extender sits on to of a grid, so you will need another grid to put on top of it.
3. not sure how the wok will work …