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As we round out National BBQ Month, we hope you’ve gotten to try some new recipes that will keep you cooking all summer long. Check out our Smoking Basics Publication. For delicious recipes, try Justin Moore’s BBQ Shrimp, Greg Bate’s BBQ Dr. Pepper Chicken, Bobby Flay’s Chicken Thighs or Dr. BBQ’s new Maple Brined Pork Chops. Need dessert? Finish off your meal with some Planked Twinkies. Get ready for some fun summer happenings!

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Richard Fl


Richard Fl
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  • You hit that one high over the wall.  Would never have thought about beef, but like chicken or lamb. Looks like your skewers are Steve Raichlen, h…
  • This is worth the eggfort:
    in morels Comment by Richard Fl April 18
  • Great info here.
    in morels Comment by Richard Fl April 17
  • This was done in the oven but works on BGE also. Potatoes, Au Gratin, Pioneer Woman's Perfect Potatoes Au Gratin, Richard Fl. INGREDIENTS:5 Whole Russet Potatoes, Scrubbed Clean, Sliced thin 2 mm1 Large Onion, Sliced Thin, 2mm1/2 Lb Bacon2 Tbs Butt…
  • You knocked that one out of the park.  If you are advertursome try some zaatar and more rosemary.  I grow my own rosemary and like to use the branches for smoke.…
  • I agree with the Man From Maine about the size.  For my small I use a 12" or 14". You did not mention the size of your BGE.  I use a 14" for my medium, large and Tao.  I usually use a spider with legs down or the grate if flat bottom wok.  When I am…
  • Lasagna is great on the BGE.  Just give it a try with a different sauce. *********************************…
  • Not the ordinary method but GREAT!
  • Beef, Burger, Italian, Hamburger Slices, Mad Max Beyond Eggdome I was flipping through the channels last night and i guess emeril had a contest for the superbowl where folks sent in recipes for their favorite stuff for the super bowl, and one of the…
  • Grillmagic said: This is a no cooking post. I have been a Comedy Magician & Hypnotist for ever and have had several fellow posters PM me saying they have seen me perform on a Cruise Ship or at a Resort and even there Corporate Event so I …
  • Good looking snack.  Sometimes I will leave the rice in an open container overnight in frig to help dry out when I have time.  One thing I found out if using fresh or day old rice is that the wok should be very hot and only stir in 3-4 cups at a tim…
    in wokking Comment by Richard Fl April 5
  • I have been known to lightly dredge thin slices of beef for a Mongolian stir fry in a wok.  Works great.
  • Look around in your part of the country for "" or something similiar.  Then sign up.  I look at the posted pictures and if anything shows up I usually go.
  • Legume said: Did you post this on another forum first then copy&paste here? Yes, like I have been doing since this forum came into eggistance.  Do so usually 'cause I have not figured out how to posts pics from photobucket directly.
  • RRP said: Ok - I'll bite...what about the 800 pound gorilla in this post? What's with all the color and icons and emotions? They just showed up for the party.  No idea how, when or why!
  • This works for me.
  • Monaarts said: Richard Fl said: Crown Roast of Pork. Does the picture have a bouquet of flowers in between the crown?  haha The table is 8 ft long.Trick pho…
  • Some interesting rec ipes here.
  • Borrowed a recipe from the BBQ-Brethren last fall and thoroughly luv the sauce. Also use it in a Turkish dish since I found it. ************************** Chicken, Thighs, Skewered, Dakkochi, Korean, Florida Mini Fest '14 Dakkochi is a Korean stree…
  • Crown Roast of Pork.
  • Have you considered other parts of Florida?  Here in Melbourne we have 70 miles beaches, Space Center. an hour away from Disney and all the tourist attractions and lot less traffic than Boca.
  • Pomegranate Martini!
  • blind99 said: thanks @adrock, @flyer_egger, @Phatchris  @Roadpuke0 fresh asparagus must be incredible.  that's very cool that you can grow it.  post some pics for us when it's up please! @tinyfish we figured that would be a few hun…
  • Lovely meal.  Is the frame under the Himalayan salt block just a frame, solid tray or what?  I have a block several years old and am looking for something to hold the pieces when it finally decides to go.  Then they go to the salt grinder. TIA.
  • I would do this one or something similar with a Dutch Oven.
  • DaveRichardson said: We have a house in Ormond Beach, just north of Daytona Beach.  I can definitely say there is a MiniMax in my future, and knowing that Wassi's is down the road a little over an hour is well worth the drive.  Now, how  much…
  • You can create a pair by taking the regular ones used by right handed people and transferring to the left hand but reverse the ends so the big ends are used to pick up the food.
  • Very fantastic cook as always. Welcome back.  However while on your journey did you forget to pack the chopsticks?
  • Glad you are ok. I use a pumice stone made for the grill.
  • Just took off a 3 1/2 pounder.  Took corned beef flat, rinsed for 48 hours with 3-4 changes water.  dried, seasoned and wrapped with saran wrap overnight in frig.  set up medium indirect 250-275, after 2 hours when meat was between 150-160 placed in…