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I cut the tops off, then cut in half lengthwise. Put them in a bowl of water with some lemon juice to avoid browning. Then I boiled them for 15 mins and made an olive oil/lemon juice mix to baste them in. Grilled direct around 400-450 basting and tu…
Yeah we are trying to eat a bit healthier. Artichokes were awesome, I will definitely do them again. Costco had a bag of 4 big ones for $5 or so. We made too much food though, they were far more filling than we anticipated.
I asked this same question a week or so ago. I heated a crock pot full of water on low, it was around 120. I tossed the bag in there and let it heat up for a while, they were frozen so I left them in for I think 2 hours. Tasted absolutely amazing, c…
Hey you are right around the corner, I am at Boerne Stage and 10.
I noticed today my dome isnt lined up right, so I will be taking it apart today. Sunset Ridge is a bit of a drive, its on N New Braunfels in Alamo Heights.
I made too many ribs today so I am going to try and do the foodsaver method. I am assuming you dont boil the water, but how do you keep it nice and low on a stove? I think I will reheat from frozen as well, any idea on a timeframe to reheat?
Yea, I was telling my wife about this thread and laughing. She said, "those teacup pigs are soooo cute", and instantly what went through my mind was "teacup? I wonder what one of those taste like?" lol
) Nicely played.