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It doesn’t get much hotter than the EGG cookin’ in July! Make sure to keep yourself hydrated with a bit of whatever you’re using for the Beer Can Chicken. Ice Cream Sandwiches are also a great way to stay cool. Looking for some great ideas for a summer cook out? Try out a Pimento Cheeseburger or Dr. BBQ’s Spare Rib Surprise. Just don’t be surprised if your neighbors stop by for a quick bite when they smell what you’re cooking!

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  • I'm not cooking, but I'll be there to pick up my demo large egg. Wish they had the schedule and vendors lists on the website. http://www.texas-eggfest.com
  • One other option I have seen on some boards is strikes, any user can strike a post, 3, 5, 10 or howmany ever users strike a single post and the post is removed. The admin can then decide to allow the strikes or keep the post. If a user strikes to…
  • Angie2B, This is a big year for sequels. Indiana Jones, Narnia, X-Files, and Harry Potter. The first two in May. My wife is telling me that we need to go see Crystal Skull opening night, I think she means midnight Thursday.
  • Indiana Jones, It's not the years, it's the miles.
  • I use a Cuisinart CEK-40 Electric Knife never used it on a frozen loin, but it is sharp and powerful. What about getting the meat cut to size, the using a home sealing system. I've been known to season a few steaks or chicken, bag it freeze it, t…
  • This is not one of the more powerful of the Kitchenaids. Still a good mixer, but may be a little light for a meat grinder or some of the other attachments.
  • Not someone in the South :(
  • When I would cook for large groups, we would put cooked meat in to igloo coolers to keep it hot, then give it just a minute on the grill to finish before serving. A cooler preheated with a couple of gallon milk jugs of boiling water 1 hour before u…
  • I've been cooking for over 30 years, did it for a living when I was in school. I was sort of a cross between a Chef and a cook, yes there is a difference. I've cooked for over 1000 people at one setting. I'm still pre-egg, but I do about half the…
  • I wonder if the airline will let me check a large.
  • On my old deck, I had a 3x5 sheet of concrete board that I used as a burn pad. worked great. Never any issues. Then I let the leaves pile up a little one day, and a coal from the starter chimney lit the leaves and the fire got under the deck and t…
  • Dang, I should have asked for one of these, then "settled" for a XL.
  • They are all girls, but is seems their friends all want to eat at our house. The get a large and a second one idea has merit, but I'm afraid that if I get one, it will end up being the only. On a side note, more than one friend of my daughters h…
  • They are great for marinating meat for a trip. I like to prep the meat, put the meat and the marinade in the bag, and seal it. I freeze it if it will be a few days till I cook it, or just throw it in the cooler if I'll be cooking it pretty soon. …
  • Thanks, I think I'm still leaning to the XL, 1) it can handle a huge bird, 2) I would like to be able to do an entire rib roast. (all though this new years, I cut two ribs worth of meat off, cut that in to steaks and marinated it for two days…