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If you're pressed for time, I would cook the butt and not the brisket. The butt would be easy to get good results even if you have to turbo it. The brisket will require more time and patience in order for it to turn out edible.
WOW, Looks real good. The only thing I see that we do is add a small amount of bourbon.
I like to mix in a little bourbon in place of the vanilla and also I substitute a handfull of dark chocolate chips in place of 3/4 cup of …
3 year warranty on plate setter.
2. OTHER CERAMIC PRODUCTS: The Big Green Egg brand of Plate Setter and Ceramic Pizza/Baking Stones carry a Limited Three (3) Year Warranty to the original purchaser. Th…
1 box Jiffy cornbread
1 box Jiffy yellow cake mix
1/2 c. water
1/2 c. milk
1/4 c. oilBake 5 minutes at 400 degrees, then 20 to 25 minutes at 350 degrees. Bake in greased 8 x 8 inch pan or CI skillet.
I think I am going to get rid of this cast iron one. You two guys, Village Idiot and jfm0830 are the main reasons I wanted to buy a wok in the first place. Your wok posts are awesome. Thanks for the advice.
Yep, this is Memphis, TN. Picture taken just a few hours ago. He is cooking bacon wrapped ducks that have been marinating in red wine all day. I havent fired the egg up in a couple of weeks. We went out for dinner unfortunately.
Is it a small or a mini? That makes a difference on the price. Maybe snap a pic and post it on here so people know what to offer you. Also post your city and state so people can figure out how close (or far away) they are from you.
I bought a round griddle off of ebay. It is 14.5 inches and fits my large egg perfectly.