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  • Re: Salmon ideas?

    Thanks for all the tips. I ended up whipping up my own concoction: juice of 1 orange, 1/2 lime, soy sauce, honey, salt and pepper. Marinate for 20-30 minutes. Cooked, indirect at ~350 on a double layer of HDAF fashioned into a shallow pan. Sliced Texas 1015 onions on the bottom, then the salmon drizzled with more marinade, then thinly sliced lemons on top of the salmon. Sadly, no pictures...I was too busy entertaining. The dinner turned out great: salmon, rice, fresh from the garden peas, and freshly baked sourdough dinner rolls. 
  • Re: Wood soaking

    I think most will say that it is not necessary to soak wood at all. 
  • Re: Favorite Lump Brand

    @Mickey - That's just mean! I WISH I had stockpiled like that while Ozark Oak was still available. 
  • Re: Aluminum Foil usage

    Try...just once a foil wrapped baked potato on the egg. It won't be your last time! Especially if your standard is a microwaved potato. 
  • Pizza ... It's been too long

    My family loves pizza. I love pizza. I love my LBGE. My family loves that I love my LBGE. I'm not sure why it's been so long since I've done a pizza cook, but today was the day to break the dry spell. 
    The first was a Margherita made with fresh tomatoes and basil from my garden. 

    The other one was loaded up with Canadian bacon, onions, mushrooms. 

    Both were made with homemade crust and homemade sauce. 
    I'm pretty sure it won't be so long again before I fix pizza again. 
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