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  • Re: Have we had a "how did you pick your avatar" thread yet?

    Just a picture of myself.  Live right across the hall from Jerry and just upstairs from Newman.  George and Elaine should be by any minute. 
  • Re: success at low temp!

    SkinnyV said:
    Nice method.... Makes sense the cold PS would drop the temps down. What did you do to the salmon? Cure?

    Actually, I was in a hurry and did almost nothing!  Washed it off, stuck in the fridge for an hour to dry it out, then rubbed it down with a store-bought rub that was mostly salt, pepper, brown sugar, and molasses.  I had read other threads to see how to prepare (lots of good ideas out there) but didn't have time for any of it.  Lesson learned....easy way still works.
  • Re: Group Buys

    BMW group buy - who's in?
  • I need to remind myself.....

    .....to keep it simple sometimes.  I keep seeing posts from all you fantastic chefs, which constantly motivates me to tackle complicated (and usually delicious) dinners.  Days like today, however, call for something different.  Long day of rug shopping with Mrs. Egger and the kids, too late back home to do anything complex.  So, grabbed some chicken thighs and covered liberally with soy sauce, soyaki (Trader Joe's), some ginger, and fresh orange juice.  On the grill direct at 450 partnered at the end with fresh asparagus.  Served with some Basmati rice....simple, yet remarkably good.

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  • Re: Pizzas

    well done!  We do pizzas all the time - one of our favorite egg meals. 
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