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  • Looks like you were able to make something good come of it all! As someone much smarter than me once said: "Some days you're the dog, some days you're the hydrant!"
  • CAn't wait to see some of your masterpieces! Ken
  • Great start! As for deep frying in a wok, I'd be careful about doing it on the egg. An oil spill could be a real disaster. I've done some great chicken dishes where I rolled the chicken pieces in corn starch and fried them in a skillet inside, th…
  • If you want an inexpensive great meal, there is a noodle restaurant right in the casino at the Venetian that is outstanding. They have several stir fry dishes other than noodles. I ate there three times on my last trip! Best meal for under $20 in…
  • Thoughts prayers are with you. Been there on both fronts so I knowvwhat younare going through. Itwill get better! Ken
  • Great looking setup! Is that big stainless thing a storage cabinet for your eggcessories? Just kidding! Can't have too many toys on which to cook!
  • Great looking cook! Goes on the list of to-do recipes!
  • Beautiful work! I have two black walnut logs each with 6-8 inches of heartwood. If you are close to southeastern Ohio you can have one! I can't make sawdust! Ken
  • Chinese style food has always been a favorite. Never could get it just right till I got a wok for the egg! Your dish proves my point! Ken
  • Cutting carbs is good! Nice health food! I'm assuming the veggies are sauteed in bacon grease?
    in Big Boi Boiga Comment by Slick July 2011
  • I vacuum sealed 1/2 of an unsliced brisket and heated two months later in boiling water. Tasted as good as the day I cooked it!
  • What time should we be there? Maybe those from Minnesooota can bring a hot dish!
  • If it has been previously frozen, try to wrap it first in a few paper towels and suck out the excess water. Brush with olive oil, dust with s+p or a little rub (I like DP Raising the Steaks), put a few thin slices of lemon on the top, cook till it …
    in Grilled cod? Comment by Slick July 2011
  • Stacey's Pool Hall, Streator, Illinois. Eating a bowl of chili, drinking a fountain cherry Coke, watching it on a 12 inch black and white TV. I was 16 and too cool to watch it with the family!
  • Really looks tasty! If you like a dill sauce, try this one of Emeril's. Great on salmon, veggies, etc. Ken
  • Not sure how many you are going to serve this weekend, but spatchcock chicken is always a winner and easy to cook. Here's a link to Naked Whiz's method that is foolproof. While there, check out some of the c…
  • I agree with you about the political correctness, but maybe it's time those in the people's republic of mass. showed a little tolerance!
    in OT dog names Comment by Slick July 2011
  • It's my most used accessory! We do stir fry about once a week. We love Chinese style food, and our local Chinese restaurant sucks! I bought Grace Young's book "Stir Frying to the Sky's Edge". Helpful to learn techniques of using a wok and seve…
  • My vote is for Gunner or Gunnar, the German spelling.
    in OT dog names Comment by Slick July 2011
  • You mean bigger is really better? I could be satisfied with 9 inches, but if I can get 11, I'll go for it! Thanks for the help! By the way, 'vette's for sale, both the 2004 and 72 LT-1. Keeping the 64. Ken
  • WOW! Beautiful pictures! Looks like an episode of Iron Chef!
  • So sorry for your loss. Been there twice since October, hope the next is a long way off. You are in my prayers. Ken
    in OT: Sad day Comment by Slick July 2011
  • Keri's hog apple beans. Hands down. If you want less sweet, rinse apples from the pie filling.
  • I get it now! A small party not a party for a small egg! Great looking food, great looking people!
  • Bought a similar device to take on vacation! Sole purpose was Margeritas, Daquiries, etc. Since I'm diabetic, I have not had the luxery of such drinks, but a friend turned me on to Baja Bob's. All sugar free, made w…
  • One of my favorite cooking tools! No serious cook should be without one. Ken
  • If I have the time, simmering in beer and onions then brown on the grill. Unless, of course, it's the last beer, then it's straight to the grill!
  • So sorry for your loss. Looks like you had the type of bond that people dream of when owning a dog. Hopefully, you will have another at your side very soon, not to take Abe's place, but to help fill the void with a new relationship. Ken
  • ROSEMARY!!! Probably the most overused herb in "upscale" restaurants. To my tastebuds, even a little overpowers the flavor of the food.
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