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Spreading the love this Valentine’s Day with your EGG? Virginia Willis’ three course menu is perfect for a date night! February is also National Chocolate Lover’s Month, so don’t feel guilty if you’ve been cooking a little more dessert than usual on your EGG. If you’re looking for something a little more savory than chocolate, try some Roasted Chicken Flatbread or Pork Tenderloin with Honey Mustard.

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  • Re: OT - Blackstone 36" Griddle is LEGIT

    I built a cheap wood box that i put over it just to keep me from setting things on it. The girlfriend sews and and is going to sew me a cover to attach to the wood box to further keep dust and stuff off it.  But like grim, I just wipe it down before and after use. 
  • Re: OT - Blackstone 36" Griddle is LEGIT

    @GuitarEC onions aren't required and you can substitute chives. I seasoned my wok with chives and garlic. 
  • Re: OT - Blackstone 36" Griddle is LEGIT

    @blasting I cannot wait until tailgate's are back because breakfast on this thing is going to be so much fun for everyone. And then little snack size lunch things like grilled cheese, with the finale coming form the egg in the form of brisket or ribs or pulled pork. Going to be an all star year tailgating.
  • Re: OT - Blackstone 36" Griddle is LEGIT

    I feel like a blasphemer saying this, but I almost enjoy cooking on it more than the egg. They are great compliments to each other. I smoked some chicken quarters last week for my mom because they make soup and quesadillas and bunch of stuff out of them. I kept one and I don't particularly like left over chicken for some reason. Well I cubed it up, through a quick marinade of soy/worch./rice wine vinegar/texas petes/touch of agave and then through it on the griddle with some onions and poblanos and made a quick sandwhich. Definitely the best way I've ever had reheated chicken. Sorry no pics but it was quick and I was sweating it's so damn hot in texas right now.

    I abosultely love this thing and can't wait to get it built into the out door kitchen this fall. the gf is working on a cover for it. Can't wait for that to be done either. 
  • Re: Topless & Cold ...

    MeTed said:
    I am sorry to be rude but I really do not care about lab tests. All of my Yeti tumblers and colsters work great in real life. Thanks for the effort, maybe someone cares,but not me.
    I'm sorry to be rude too, but if you have that opinion, then don't click on the thread and share it. I think there's plenty of us that do find it interesting and re appreciative of him doing it, that there's no need for you to share that opinion.