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The Cen-Tex Smoker said:
Sadly, Nola does not play here anymore (at least for now). I can say that just like your XLBGE, you'll never want less Sous Vide. The PS is widely considered the best out there but they are both very good.
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Here is an idea that seems to work well when out on the deck. A homemade mosquito trap. I thought about doing something similar for flies using sugar water or something.
HOMEMADE MOSQUITO TRAP:
1 cup of water
1/4 cup of brown suga…
I was always told from childhood that as long as it is still cool to the touch, when thawing, it's OK. I have never had a problem. If it's packed in cryovac, even better. But I'm no expert. Do what you feel comfortable with.
After more than 30 years of sleeping on a waterbed, we switched, a few years ago to Bragada. They are a memory foam company that sells factory direct. They have many choices in terms of firmness. They are much cheaper than Tempurpedic and have a …
For those that don't know and who are interested, PolyScience has a good app for iphone and ipad that works very well for timing sous vide. It's called PolyScience Sous Vide Tool box. I'm not sure if they have it for android or not. I've used it …
Where did you get the water bath container with the lid cut-out? I was going to get a container and cut the lid. Is that what you did?
I ordered it with my kit from Polyscience. Pro's- fits per…
Charlie tuna said:
Been cooking spatchcocked chicken for three years on my egg and thought it couldn't get better. About six weeks ago i tried my normal recipe but by first brining the chicken. The results were so much better, i couldn't get…
Thanks for all of the info. I'm really looking forward to using this a lot. To answer the question, my first sears were not on the egg, but tomorrow's cook will be.. I have two large porterhouse steaks I plan to put in the water in the morning.
Just got a new grinder so I plan on grinding my own. I'll have the opportunity to try thing like this. I want to try grinding bacon, mushrooms, onions, etc. into the burger. Can't wait to play with my new toy.
The 5lber probably would have been big enough for me too. I went with the bigger one only because I could without spending money. I figure if I ever need the size, it will be there, but I doubt I'll ever make batches bigger the 5 lbs.