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  • I'm thinking the cooler would be the perfect sous vide vessel when it wasn't holding the mini.
  • Too bad you didn't get one of Nick's (Lakeshore Living) patio umbrellas that he had for sale at the Hamilton Home show - they were fabulous - and really well priced. Kicking myself for not picking one up. We purchased a really nice italian table…
  • I shall indeed.
  • Tim, Are we buying our own supplies this year or are there any food sponsors? We shall miss having you there Molly!
  • Beli, How many quarts is that Ice Cube?
  • Oakville Egg wrote: He's a question for you guys and gals. I live quite close the the US border(like 90%)of all Canadians. I know if I buy an egg in the states its warranty is toast. But...Here a large egg is $1099. That;s just the egg. Am I reall…
  • DSCN1495 by ChocDoc1, on Flickr Here's my biggest so far - couldn't figure out why I couldn't get the mini temperature up - until later when I realized that this was about the only thing in the firebox.
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  • Already registered - working on the menu!
  • LC's and Woodyard were my favourites on my BBQ crawl in Kansas City a couple of years back.
  • I really just consider sous vide to be well controlled hot tubbing.
  • Canugghead wrote: Kerry, the cook looks fun and fabulous, so the chilling allows charring without overcooking the inside, right? Love your new toy, Frank Hsu is near my office :whistle: I have a free hand-me-down PID controller with thermocoup…
  • Molly, You coming to the NiEggarafest? I can have some waiting for you.
  • Best rogan ghosht I've ever tasted - but that's true of all your cooking isn't it? You really are an amazing cook.
  • Indeed I did - Kerry came over and told us when they were going to be done! Aside from the little piece of meat from your rogan ghost - those lamb ribs were the last thing I ate before I left.
  • The Cluck and Squeal ones were the bomb. Salty, sweet, cheesy - the perfect combination. It was all Marc's (Primeggester's) idea - lucky I had the cheese in my cooler (planned to have it for lunch) - but by then I was stuffed - what was I thinking…
  • Those figs with the Cluck and Squeal were a real hit. Remind me where we should post recipes on the forum?
  • DSCN3165 by ChocDoc1, on Flickr Our umbrella mates - Michael and Jiku (think that's the spelling). DSCN3168 by ChocDoc1, on Flickr My egg for a day - I brought my own thermometer which I knew was in calibration - last eggfest I realize …
  • I took a camera - I'll get some more pictures up after the rug rat is in bed. I've got a couple that my sous Anna took. IMG_2223 by ChocDoc1, on Flickr IMG_2224 by ChocDoc1, on Flickr IMG_2225 by ChocDoc1, on Flickr IMG_2228 by …
  • The pictures kind of looked like there were covers - hoping there will be. Not that I'd rust!
  • Be willing to bet the folks attending the Toronto Eggfest tomorrow will probably get to sample some Cluck and Squeal too - cause I think Marc is going to be cooking!
  • MCR wrote: Chocdoc, Nieggara eggfest, Sunday, August 21 @ Hernder? PLS, confirm. My bad - it is the Sunday August 21 at Hernder - they are usually on Saturdays but we are avoiding the weddings.
  • Have her check out Lakeshore Living - it's on the south service road in Stoney Creek - about a 30 minute drive from where she lives. Lakeshore Living is the one that hosts the Nieggarafest that will be happening at Hernder Estates Winery in St Ca…
  • So a little spritz with enzymatic cleaner used to neutralize cat pee - and the fridge smells like - enzymatic cleaner! Not getting any putrid smell though. Just waiting now for the cleaner smell to dissipate.
  • Little Steven wrote: Kerry, I hope you got it at Sobeys when it was on sale. Mine is just about a month now. Steve Indeed - $3.99/lb.
  • Ripnem wrote: Those nasty smells can get 'into' plastic and never come out. I used to work on fire damaged homes and many a times some little plastic parts would hold those smells and stink up the house until they were sniffed out and removed. …
  • Fidel wrote: Go by a pet store (or even wal-mart) and get some activated charcoal in the fish department. Much better at absorbing odors. And I would call this a big problem with your dry aging, not a little one. ;) Better than plain old …
  • Weekend Warrior wrote: Wow, that's really a shame Kerry. I have two ribs on day 19. I'd be sick if my fridge croaked and ruined them. Hopefully the hubby has made amends. :whistle: :laugh: Hubby was feeling pretty bad about it - but I didn'…
  • stike wrote: Day 1 charcoal? Yup - charcoal - actually when I opened up the fridge again this am - it stunk - so it's now day 4 charcoal!