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  • Herman's Hermits Loew's Poli Palace / Worcester, MA May 26, 1965 I was 9...
  • "Real" Coca~Cola can also be found nationwide during Passover. 100% cane sugar, but in the usual plastic bottles. Look for the correct color cap (I forget what color they use...maybe yellow?) and check the ingredients list. It's better in the glass …
  • Ozzie_Isaac said: Grapes cannot talk you know. Are ya sure of that?
  • From another BBQ forum. Always turns out incredible. Keri's Blue Ribbon Cornbread Recipe for blue ribbon cornbread as made above (1st place, OK State Fair in Tulsa, 2002): 1 1/2 cups plain cornmeal (not cornmeal mix or self-rising) …
  • Talk about a Rip Van Winkle.... But as long as we're all here, I may as well add this. He's been doing dogs on BGEs for almost as long...excellent product too off of the grill. Worth traveling for. And I can say I kne…
    in Hot Dogs Comment by womaus October 2016
  • Fra-Gee-Lay! Fra-Gee-Lay!
  • I do my butts on a WSM, have been able to consistently dial it in at 225º - 230º, always resulting in a 22 - 24 hours cook. Like the previous reply stated, if you need to hurry it give it some more oxygen, bump up the temp.
  • Get yourself over to Very friendly, lots of experience.
  • I'm thinking she left him, and he's out drinking? Celebrate?
  • I'm a bit less concerned about what goes on them than what goes in them. Flo's in Maine has a nice house sauce/relish that combines well with mayo and celery salt.
  • Ozzie_Isaac said: 6 months tops.  If you won't use it sooner I recommend vacuum bagging. Best part of this method is being able to get it up to temp for cooking by sous vide....
  • Are you near a Cabela's? There's a half dozen or so shown in Canada. I was in one of their stores down here in the States recently, saw them on display. I've got one of these, and prefe…
  • One of the best meals I've ever cooked was on a freestanding park grill. Used well aged oak we transported there, quite a bit of it (we were planning on spending the entire day there). Just need to get the fire bed good and wicked hot, lots of coals…
  • ChillyWillis said: I love a good cider. My personal favorite is Downeast cider. It's the perfect drink for a hot summer afternoon. If you see a 4 pack I'd highly recommend picking one up (although I'm not sure how good the distribution is outsi…
  • I've got a bag of these around somewhere. PM me with your address, I'll send out a couple. Might take me a day or two to locate them though. 
    in Bolt pop Comment by womaus March 2016
  • ckali7 said: Uggh, can't get the taste out of muh mouth... There's an old joke, goes something like: A guy walks into a bar, asks the bartender for 12 shots of peppermint schnapps, proceeds to drink them quickly....still has a frown on …
  • Yeah yeah the thread on eGullet...they're much more experienced than us in using the entire animal.
  • first real post here and I've been blessed by the infamous nola? Life is good.
  • Excellent reply. You'll love the name that was given to the pig face... Takes tucking to a new level.
  • Click the above link...then scroll through the pictures. I tried to hit the exact one, it didn't cooperate.
  • Fred's Franks runs a couple of XL Eggs on the back of a landscaping trailer converted for food service up in Wakefield MA.  Trucks the trailer in and out daily.…
  • Hmmm... With Prime Rib my first preference is the end cut. If that's not available I want the middle slice. Weird variance there, but with me it's about the flavor of the end cut that I find appealing, the crust compensates for the drier cut of mea…
  • You might want to add a bit of lard to the pan, clearly there is not enough pig fat there.
  • Got to admit, she was quite the looker. Not that I mean to say that, because it's so wrong to say things like that... And me here, with two daughters. Shame on me.
  • Clearly this is a hoax. The armed intruder was wearing orange canvas Converse. Hipsters don't carry 22s, they'd have to put down their Starbuck's.
  • I found a Tim Love (?) branded de Buyer at Sur la Table a couple of years ago in the discounted's a great pan. Looks ragged now, as it should, after being well used. Needed to re-season it recently due to a "helpful" person helping with…
  • My dad can beat up your dad....
    in Why?? Comment by womaus January 2016
  • That's an interesting addition for the Egg, but I think I'll stick with my Weber 22" and Weber rotisserie ring for this purpose. I've got multiple types of charcoal grills. Egg, multiple Webers (22", 18", 3 WSMs, Lodge hibachi, MoJoe, etc. Last coun…
  • theyolksonyou said: Nothing worse than boar taint... Was that a typo? Did you mean to type "boring"?
  • Did they say "devastated"? Was there a dog involved? A deck?'s a good thing. My apologies for not commiserating, but you said "devastated". 
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