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The "aged" part of Rib steaks is what I wished I had. I gotta try doing them myself. I usually buy them from Bryan Flannery when my wife lets me splurge, but the cost is driving me to age them myself. Enjoy!
I'll tell you what...I'm looking for a larger 14" version of that dish. When I find it I'll pass on the info. I really think the air space under the dish help evenly crisp the crust with no burning. If I get your name in the Secret Santa you will…
I'm sure the stock prep is worth the work, but how much time do you invest in chili? It looks great. I've done the stock for "Turkey carcass soup", but not for chili. I think it's time I took the time.
No special set up. It was our first pizza and the only thing we had that would work for a pizza stone was a ceramic deep dish. So we turned it upside down on the Egg feet on the plate setter legs down. All I can say is that it worked great. Ligh…
You are gonna have so much fun. it must be nice to live in a State where you can still hunt grouse. I remember every Thanksgiving going out with my Gran-Pa pheasant hunting.....but alas, no more wild pheasant in Ohio. Have a fun safe hunt
Is the dealer with the discount in New Haven In.? I bought my Lg. form him and no one could come close to his prices. He is an Amish guy and he put on a nice little Egg Fest in early Oct. Great guy to deal with,