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  • In my opinion, if the adhesive is used to just secure the granite in place you should be ok. Construction adhesive is extremely flamable normally, (we use it to start fires on a construction site all the time) but I don't think there's enough heat p…
  • Man that brings back some memories....My dad and uncle and I would go fishing in a john boat on some pond somewhere, we would have bologna sandwiches and a coke and nothing else...times were tough...and my Dad would look at my uncle and say..."I won…
  • Man that brings back some memories....My dad and uncle and I would go fishing in a john boat on some pond somewhere, we would have bologna sandwiches and a coke and nothing else...times were tough...and my Dad would look at my uncle and say..."I won…
  • My father still uses the electric deal, but he has a huge fan that's constantly blowing so his gets going very quick. I personally like alcohol, seems to work best for me and I don't have a fan.
  • My father still uses the electric deal, but he has a huge fan that's constantly blowing so his gets going very quick. I personally like alcohol, seems to work best for me and I don't have a fan.
  • Thanks for the info there guys. I don't live too far from those locations. It's been pretty much an area of town that has a ton of other Asian businesses so I guess there's room for two that close together.
  • I have three cousins in college right now and Aderoll (sp?) is the big thing. It's like redelin but apparently works on everybody.
  • I have three words for you regarding pork chops on the egg....BRINE,BRINE,BRINE. You can google a good brine..I use Alton Brown's vinegar one and it's ok but I'm sure there are others. I just don't do any pork chops with out a brine of some sort.…
  • I have three words for you regarding pork chops on the egg....BRINE,BRINE,BRINE. You can google a good brine..I use Alton Brown's vinegar one and it's ok but I'm sure there are others. I just don't do any pork chops with out a brine of some sort.…
  • Well first off let me say...great looking pie. I mean, really nice looking pie there. Secondly, I'm sorry for what ya got to do for your family friend. I'm typing this with a 15 year old min-pin in my lap and a 14 year old silky terrier under my …
  • Thanks for the info. I've been dying to try the hot tub method myself.Probably will give her a go this weekend.
  • I just have to ask. If you did those steaks with the different techniques....which is your favorite and why?
  • I get it at Lowe's here in ATL and I will say it is much better at hotter cooks. That being said, I did a butt last month for 16 hours and had absolutely no problems at all. I think like the other poster mentioned that if your doing low and slow, yo…
  • Great topic because I was going to ask about the alcohol method. It's the one I've been using with great success and didn't know if I was the only one.
  • LOL...I sent my old man down to the mother ship with $20 bucks for a new one. He showed back up with the new one and some steaks. AFTER I cooked them and we had dinner he informed me that the grate was free and he spent the money on the steaks. D…
  • I've been doing herbs for a few years now and I'm not kidding when I say there's a rabbit in my front yard every night at around 6 and I don't have a problem with it eating my herbs. The herbs are in the back yard, pretty much unprotected and either…
  • Skirt for fajitas all the way. IMHO. Fire hot cast iron, after marinating over night and your good to go.
  • Skirt for fajitas all the way. IMHO. Fire hot cast iron, after marinating over night and your good to go.
  • I think most people here just buy it. I don't remember anyone posting a recipe for it.
  • I think most people here just buy it. I don't remember anyone posting a recipe for it.
  • ahhhhh......your well on your way friend. This place is the best for helping out people. Let us know how it turns out..
  • $33 per pound is ridiculous. For that they should come to your house and cook it for you with sides and a nice bottle of wine. Costco here in ATL had Prime at $7.99 per pound. They looked beautiful.
  • $33 per pound is ridiculous. For that they should come to your house and cook it for you with sides and a nice bottle of wine. Costco here in ATL had Prime at $7.99 per pound. They looked beautiful.
  • It will take you three times longer to do it with the top on, maybe even longer than that. I would remove it. Ohhh, and even though I'm from GA, I liked fishing Red Lake a few years back.
  • One thing you may want to consider is limiting your menu a little at first. Just pick out one or maybe 2 things you really like and work with those in the beginning. I would suggest hamburgers and maybe some chicken breast only because of the lower …
  • Did you remove the silver skin from the back side of the ribs? If you don't sometimes that can make them a little tougher than need be. Just thinking out loud.
  • Did you remove the silver skin from the back side of the ribs? If you don't sometimes that can make them a little tougher than need be. Just thinking out loud.
  • I just strained some last week myself. I put in 3 gallons of oil for the fryer but only saved 2. That was my big fryer I use for Turkeys. I then reused the oil in my smaller fryer for wings. It was just fine although I don't think I'll be getting ma…
  • Ryan05afs wrote: It is brined first. I would just find a standard prok brine. The only ingredient that I remember as being different from a regular brine is juniper berries. After that they were cooked in an Alto Sham at around 250-275 degrees(…
  • Smokey I see your in Alpharetta, the Costco off of Windward Pkwy. carries prime grade quite a bit. The Costco over by the Mall of GA never carries them. The manager told me that his store wasn't busy enough to carry prime grade. The main reason I sw…