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We hope everyone enjoyed their Fourth of July weekend and is excited for more warm weather grilling! This week, we’ll be making these two burgers: Stuffed Portobello Mushroom and Caribbean Chicken, and also eating lots of these Ice Cream Sandwiches in honor of National Ice Cream Month! It's time to think about getting out to one of the many #EGGfests around the country - see a list here

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  • Funny part is, that's my WIFE!! Best looking photo I have seen (food excluded) to date... :laugh: Probably linked to her because she is logged in to Facebook and I am not.
  • Please don't go too far away. Your posts are outside the box and although I may not comment, I always make a point to read your posts. You add a ton of value to this board and are a great resource to all of us.
  • Kid food? That looks good for me and I am 40! My 2 year old and I are going to try this... :blush:
  • Grew up in Detroit but have spent most of the last 25 years in Cincinnati (I'm in software sales). I picked my handle from one of my favorite Steve McQueen movies, The Cincinnati Kid. Living here was purely coincidental... :whistle: My wife b…
  • Thanks to all that have served and especially those who made the ultimate sacrifice. I ran across this article today from the Detroit News on Europeans honoring our WWII vets (my old hometown paper) and thought I would share. [url] http://detnews…
  • Our RD has Royal Oak at that price. However, it is the Argentinean blend, not the USA. I bought 3 bags because I was running low. The first bag burned pretty well without too many spark issues. Still holding my breath on bags 2 and 3 as from wha…
    in RO at RD Comment by Cincykid May 2009
  • Wow, that is a huge difference. Cross the border, stay in a nice hotel and have a good dinner before flying and you will still save big money.
  • I love Pecan on my ribs. jphgator, where in Ohio are you?
  • Wow! Looks like Gino's East or Lou Malnati's... How long did you cook it for?
  • I can visualize it and it looks awesome! Nice job Doug, now I need to get you to Cincinnati to build one for me... :whistle: :laugh:
  • Wow, looks great. Nice browning on the cheese. Good looking pie. If you made that dough from scratch, please post...
  • Those are some great looking pies. You cannot go wrong with following the Zipsters pizza recipe...
  • The Cincinnati Kid is my favorite card playing and Steve McQueen movie. The fact that I live in Cincinnati was mere coincidence...
  • Looks great! What kind of dough did you use? I'm stunned that your kids requested black olives. My girls would wonder "Where is the bacon and sausage"? :whistle: :cheer:
  • Pat, It's the new Heinz 57. :woohoo: It is very good and I cannot wait to start experimenting...
  • My first order arrived today. RRP is correct, if you like a bit of heat in the back of your throat then you will be very satisfied (we do and are). Cooking ribs on Saturday and plan to use it liberally. From my sampling I think it would also be g…
  • I'm a fan of the Stike method (we miss you, a paper towel drizzled with oil. It takes two to get my XL fired up for hot cooks but can't beat the convenience.
  • Great looking birds. What temp did you cook them at? I'm sure that Ken Onion Shun knife went through them like butter... My knives are the Shun classics and after a year they are still razor sharp.
    in I Comment by Cincykid February 2009
  • What kind of lump were you using and how do you store it? An hour burn off should be fine to stabilize the temp and get rid of bad smoke (especially for a low and slow). I have put butts and ribs on mine without issue in a shorter period than that…
  • I have an XL as well. How did you start the lump? I normally use 2 paper towels with oil so I can get a good portion of it lit and wait out the bad smoke. If you started with a single fire starter or two you may have had fresh lump starting all t…
  • Great looking Pie... 9:20pm and now I am hungry again. :huh:
  • My lovely wife purchased the XL for my first Father's day in '08. A couple months later I bought a used Small for $200. Now I spend my time plotting to add a Large to sit between Fat Man and Little Boy... :whistle: :laugh:
  • I will be calling the mothership on Monday to order the XL cast iron fire grate... :woohoo: :woohoo: Makes me wonder how long my dealer had that XL in inventory before I bought it last May. :ermm:
    in Grate Comment by Cincykid January 2009
  • My XL fire grate (purchased in May '07) is ceramic and is cracked about 50% up the middle. Only a matter of time before it breaks in two. I'm thinking about just finishing the break (after the super bowl) and using JB Weld to repair it. I wish th…
    in Grate Comment by Cincykid January 2009
  • Reminds me of the joke we used to tell about Cleveland: The only sign of life in Cleveland is the sign on 71 south reading "Cincinnati - 210 Miles"... The weather here is miserable. Schools closed for the 3rd day and side streets are barely pas…
  • We are cooking 2 pizzas (using Randy's Pizza 101 post for dough and sauce), wings and white chicken chili. Rooting for the Cardinals because if they can win it gives me hope for my hometown Bengals. But then again, it is the Bengals so I know no…
  • Too funny. :laugh: I turned 40 3 weeks ago and after going through the calculation my result (cooking 4 nights a week) was 440...
  • I've had a few of those myself but normally you can tell from the pictures... :blush:
  • Marc, EVERYTHING you cook looks outstanding! You could put up a post labeled "Turd on a stick" and I would think "That sounds gross but it's Zippy so it has to look and taste great.". After clicking on it I would immediately be hungry (again). …