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It doesn’t get much hotter than the EGG cookin’ in July! Make sure to keep yourself hydrated with a bit of whatever you’re using for the Beer Can Chicken. Ice Cream Sandwiches are also a great way to stay cool. Looking for some great ideas for a summer cook out? Try out a Pimento Cheeseburger or Dr. BBQ’s Spare Rib Surprise. Just don’t be surprised if your neighbors stop by for a quick bite when they smell what you’re cooking!

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  • Re: Pizza

    Great job, Blake. You used a LOT more whipped cream than Pizzeria Mozza did as the base. The cream won't run over if it's in a thinner layer. And any great cheese would work because sottocenere is just about impossible to find locally. Here's a link: http://http//www.murrayscheese.com/sottocenere.html

    You didn't mention frying the sage leaves till they're crisp. It's genius flavor and adds a crunch!

    Yes, it's the best white pizza, and I think using whipped cream as a base you could riff on a whole set of other ingredients, like one with garlic, etc.
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  • Re: OT-NY strip

    That is the finest meal I could imagine. Loved the post!
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  • Salado Pictures at Last

    Salado last weekend was a blast! I have never been hugged so much in one 24-hour period in my life! Meeting the real people behind their tell-nothing names was fabulous. And the over-the-top hospitality of Joan and Lloyd Gaedke (Austin Egghead) was the cherry on top. 

    When I got back, work on rebuilding a bathroom began and I was really busy. 

    Here are some photos. Probably TMI for some. One dish in particular was outstanding--the kathi roll by caliking. I show several pictures in its preparation. 

    Here's Photo Egg's birthday cake: 

    Joan (Austin Egghead), and her prime rib roasts: 


    Leroy (Spring Chicken) while still standing upright: 


    The back of Kari's (Desert Oasis Woman) kilt outfit says "A Woman in a Kilt is Even Better." 

    Sandy (PNWFoodie), Henapple (John?...there were a lot of Johns), and me:


    Menu:


    Chubby's wife made this to-die-for 14" bread pudding: 

    John and Janelle (The Cen-Tex Smoker): 

    Mickey, Nellie the Wonder Dog, and Linda Rawls



    And here's the kathi roll: grilled paratha, egg, sliced tandoori chicken, dark browned onions, sauce, then rolled and sliced. Courtesy of Ashish DebRoy (caliking). 


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  • Re: Sunday Supper - Peruvian Chicken

    Kudos for spatching with the legs turned OUTWARD! I found that the thigh gets done in perfect synch with the breast. No more "pink" next to the thigh bone, and no more jockeying to reach 160° breast and 180° thigh at the same time!
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  • Re: It's A Date

    @NPHuskerFL:

    You got married in a MICKEY MOUSE TIE?

    She's a gorgeous keeper, that's for sure.
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