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I know it's been a while, but I'm finally finished with my table. I ended up going with Olympic semi-transparent exterior stain. Couldn't be more pleased with the application, and it only needed one coat! Laid ceramic tile on top surface.
ashivers40-- My local grocery store (Publix) has them next to the bone-in thighs with skin.
You inspired me! I went to Publix last night and picked up some boneless skinless thighs for the first time. Turned out great! Of course, I had to throw …
This looks GREAT! What a great idea with boneless skinless thighs. Never heard of it till now. Thighs are so juicy.
Did you have to get these specially cut by request? I can't recall ever seeing boneless skinless thighs in the grocery.
basic brine, 1 cup kosher salt to 1 gallon water, 1/2 cup sugar. from there its your imagination, if you want spicy puree a few habaneros 2 or 3 will only add slight heat. garlic, cloves, ginger, basil, thyme rosemary, citrus, s…
I've never had a problem with the meat holding the rub even when applied dry. Nothing against the mustard method, but just haven't found a need for it. But then again, i dont use vertical racks when i cook so maybe it helps for that type of applicat…
Wow. This is great info guys! And thanks for the confirmation on the my PT. Yellawood, as I've been told, is one of the few PT's that you can stain and seal within the first week. I'll keep you updated on my results. Thanks again!
Well, my local BGE dealer is actually a lumber supplier and the materials came from him. He said that after about a week or two it's ok to stain because it is kiln-dried PT Yellawood. Thanks again for the help!