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  • Re: OT - Charleston, SC trip coming up

    caliking said:
    Thanks for the recs.

    Hominy Grill was one I had been thinking of. I remember Bessingers from when I was a kid , but haven't heard good things about them in recent times. 
    If you go to Hominy Grill for brunch try the She Crab Soup ... DO NOT miss out on the Shrimp & Grits .. I didn't even like Grits until I ate it here .. Dang .. I want to visit Charleston again.

    I also ate at Hanks seafood, but the hype got to me and I went there with great expectations .. left a little disappointed :-(

    Another interesting restaurant I went was Xiao Bao Biscuit ... Asian Inspired Soul Food .. amazing!

    If you are craving BBQ, Fiery Ron's is decent .. .nothing to brag about.

  • Re: Brisket using FB200

    The meat is being cooked on the cooking grid. Go with the clip attached close to the meat on the cooking grid. Make sure the probe wires are routed on top of the platesetter legs, so that it is shielded from direct fire.
  • Re: Smash Burgers

    @tikigriller .. same concept .. just use a griddle on your BGE.
  • 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.
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