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It’s almost Halloween and if you’re cooking on your EGG, you may end up with more people knocking on your door asking for pork chops than candy! In case you’re willing to share and want to please a crowd, we recommend warm Margherita Pizza, FGL’s Lemon Pepper Wings or our favorite, S’mores in a Cone!


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  • Tito's, Simply Limeade, and a touch of Peach Schnapps. Hanging with grill buddy Winston cooking some turkey tenderloins.
  • Jethros, I'm interested in some for smoke wood, but I only have a small electric chain saw. Have you considered making your own lump charcoal?
  • in OT: dogs & ticks Comment by 500 July 25
  • THEBuckeye said: Our rescue Buck during the annual Atlanta snow storm.  Doggie Snow Angels!
    in Man's Best Friend Comment by 500 July 24
  • I got a leftover pizza concoction for ya.  During out trip to Outer Banks, our good friends we stayed with made this from leftover pizza; he chopped up some slices of pizza topped with sausage pepperoni, onions, peppers, and mushrooms, and mixed the…
  • I cooked turkey wings last weekend and was not impressed.  I did them indirect at 275* until 165*, and they were just a pain to get any meat off them.  With all the gristle and tendons, I felt they were not worth it.  Chicken wings rock much better …
    in Turkey Wings Comment by 500 July 23
  • We just picked up Winston on Saturday.  He's a Mini Sproodle.  We kicked around a bunch of names, but settled on Winston.  Bumpass and Havoc are the middle names I chose for him. 
    in Man's Best Friend Comment by 500 July 21
  • My favorite way is to eat them like an apple, with some secret salt on every bite.  I'll even eat the core on really good tomatoes. For a salad, we like a tomato, onion, Gorgonzola salad; chunked tomatoes, diced red onion, Gorgonzola cheese crumble…
  • Out of stock here
  • I got one for ya.  While in the Outer Banks in Kill devil Hills over the 4th, we heard about a hurricane coming our way.  We rode it out.  To commemorate the occasion, I came up with this cocktail; Arthur 1 1/2 oz coconut rum 1/2 oz mango rum 1/2 …
  • Thread rehash; I had Pearl's while visiting my brother in Boston. Very good. Went to school in a Bowling a Green , Ohio and made trips to Toledo for Tony Packo's. Also very good. Making spiral wieners this weekend. Can't find either around here, so…
  • Thanks for the direction on how to do this.
  • @nolaegghead, What temp is done?  Besides just looking at it and taking a guess.  And a question on CI skillet; heating it up that high burns all the years of seasoning off, don't it?  I wanna trying blackening, but if I mess it up SWMBO won't ever …
  • mangrates!
  • Still using mine.  I already had it; so why not try it; thought it would crack; still hasn't after multiple 550* cooks.
  • Mrs. 500 is out on a GNO, so my daughters and I choose this meal.
  • Welcome from Midlothian, Virginia!
    in New Egghead Comment by 500 June 23
  • Hang gliding sounds fun. Will look it up. @kdink, Check http://www.sunrealtync.com. Where you stay is all based on how many dollars you want to spend.
  • When we do beach trips in OBX, it's been to farther south in Rodanthe, away from the crowds, but this is different cause our good friend's mother invited us, so we can't pass up free room for a few days.
  • Looking through my Pinterest pins, I found these; http://foodwishes.blogspot.com/2011/07/north-south-east-west-carolina-style.html. http://www.saveur.com/article/Recipes/Carolina-Gold-Sauce http://food52.com/recipes/21962-giddy-swamp-south-caro…
  • No first hand experience doing this, but I've read you could pull the heads, peel them, and cook the shells and heads in the sauce, then strain them out before adding the clean shrimp, in order to get the shrimp love in the sauce.
    in NOLA BBQ shrimp Comment by 500 June 18
  • I saw this on "Best Thing I Ever Ate; BBQ". http://www.wwltv.com/video/how-its-done/How-Its-Done-Pascals-Manales-BBQ-Shrimp2-214330971.html
    in NOLA BBQ shrimp Comment by 500 June 17
  • fishlessman said: I've changed my mind.  I would now like Ketchup on my Hot Dog.
  • Start it at 1:07.
  • Here is a basic rub recipe you can make your own; http://eggheadforum.com/discussion/1166892/secret-bbq-rub
    in Rib Rub Comment by 500 June 17
  • nolaegghead said: Hungry Joe said: I would show your neighbors the coon in the trap as you load it into your vehicle and take it somewhere else and shoot it. If you let the thing loose within a mile of your home it is likely to come ba…
  • That bad huh? But The Whiz approves.
  • Sam's has the big bag of Frontier for $10. Gonna buy a bag and try it. The Royal Oak I got from the Wal Mart deal has been a miss so far. Lots and lots of small pieces and dust. So much so it chokes the Egg and it takes lots of work for me to get …