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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: Just finish a rack of ribs

    Dude .. doesn't matter what we think .. how do you think it turned out? Met your expectaations? That is more imnportant than what anyone else thinks.

    Now if you realy want to know what we think, invite us over  =)

    BTW .. those ribs look mighty fine!!!
  • Re: Has anybody got a Searzall?

    I have one and it sears quiet well .... however I still prefer a very hot cast iron pan for searing.
  • Re: Costco special requests

    @TMCCGator .... I too live in Orlando and shop at the Costco in Winter Park and Altamonte and I too have asked them to carry full packers and prime packer. They say they will look into it, but never follow through. Apparantly not much demand in our location. So now I buy the packers from Restaurant Depot.
  • Re: Anyone Shop at ALDI?

    Aldi wants to be the "low cost" supermarket. Most of the stuff they sell are off-brands that you would have never seen in any other stores. However they do sell organic stuff at reasonable prices. Selection is very small. They only take cash or debit and they charge you for the grocery bags or you bring your own. You need to deposit a quarter to unlock the chain that holds the shopping cart and when you take back the cart to the same place you picked it up and lock it with the chain, the quarter pops out. This ensures that you put the cart back in the right place and they do not need to employ people to manage shopping carts and this cost benefit is passed to you in their food prices.

    I do shop there once in a while and while not as extensive as Publix, I can find things I need.
  • Re: Restaurant Depot Access with KCBS

    Take a jacket with you if you want to get into the meat section .. it is very cold in there. They have some coats that you can use, but it was very filthy looking at my RD in Orlando, FL