'Tis the season ... so be sure to see our Holiday Entertaining Recipes for some terrific ideas. And, it’s not too early to start thinking about our Country Christmas menu for any of your holiday meals! For something different, how about mixing it up with our Light Southern Meal with Grilled Catfish and Watermelon Salsa! Happy Holidays!
I think the law let's you use halogen bulbs. These bulbs meet the energy requirement and provide a warm light that can use a dimmer switch.
Halogen is inert so no disposal problems and you can buy bulbs that are clear.
If you object to the cool li…
This maybe called un - egg like but here goes.
Peel and remove sile. Wrap in wax paper. Microwave on high adding two minutes for each ear.
Remove wax paper.brush with oil sprinkle with rub.
Grill partially cooked corn till done.
The corn will be…
I just bought food saver number three. It was 60 bucks at Cabelas. That was it 's best feature.
Being number three I wasn't going to buy the top model and have regrets when it failed after a couple years.
This one is a V2244 and it seems more robu…
I have a DigiQ and use it because I have it. Before I had it I would program the alarms only maveric remote. My eggseperince was the egg is pretty stable for abut ten hours after that time little stir and maybe more or less air.
So ribs no …
1. Use large Ty raps or if you still have the clips for the hinge secure the hinge.
2. Remove the bolts that secure the band around the dome.
3. Remove the dome.
4. Remove the fire ring and fire box.
5. Reach from the inside and use the air inta…
I thought it was a normal process to be a charcoal sorter. I was buying R.O. at Menard's and some of my first cooks had the nastiest white smoke coming from them I was really disappointed with the Egg. I found single pieces of some unidentifiable sm…
A couple interesting options you have on the egg.
You can low and slow smoke a hamburger with your favorite rub. Cook at 225 and check the internal temp at 45 minutes. Hamburger will be very tender and have a terrific smoke flavor. It will have no …
It is just charcoal but I like it better than Royal oak because:
It has fewer foreign objects (rocks, insulation,pieces of metal, uncarbonized wood, moon rocks and stinky c**p.)
It will burn longer on a low and slow and high and hot (pizza cooks)…
I don't think I could talk the better half into it.
Went up to Bemidje for work this week and it was -9 and the weatherman was saying that it was going to get cold.
Silly me thought that -9 was cold.
I live in Minneapolis and purchase my smoking woods at The Kitchen Window. (Hennipen at Lake St) Minneapolis.
They carry Maine Grilling Woods http://www.mainegrillingwoods.com/
Another source is in Shakopee at the Charcoal store. http://www.charco…
This link http://www.curiouscook.com/cook/other_writings_detail.php?id=41
isn't meant to be the start of a dueling links war.
Harold McGee is the author of the material on the link and if you hang around here you will see his material quoted or …
I have used this process to make convex edges. http://www.knifeforums.com/forums/showtopic.php?tid/776367/tp/1/
The investment is low around $80 and it works well.
The advantage of a convex edge is that it is sharp and it stays sharp.
If you use…
If it is your personal preference and you don’t see a value for your money then do what you want.
Turkeys are a commodity food. They are one of the best values for quality protein at a reasonable price.
The commodity turkeys offer a couple of thin…
I can’t speak to risk factors for kidney stones but I can give you my sympathy. I carried my stone for a not very fun week.
As to turkey brining I have a couple of observations. If you are brining a frozen turkey you should be aware that they are …
I am using my CI grate on a spider. There is no way that it will ever be seasoned.
Even with the dome thermometer showing 450 degrees the CI is way to hot.
With that in mind I have been washing it with soap and water.
I have never liked crude on …
I have been backing down on my temps for pizza for a couple of reasons.
I have cracked fire boxes and fried gaskets and used an enormous amount of fuel. Plus after a couple trips up to very high temps I don't think any dial thermometer gives an acc…