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  • Re: Whole? Baked potatoes

    i will be making baked potatoes tonight i will just wash them and put them in a 350 egg for about an hour then squeeze them if the are still hard i will keep squeezing every 15 min.. i will bake them indirect. if you want the oil and salt and pepper by all means use that whatever your family likes.. i made chili yesterday since it has been so long since i made any. so now i have to come up with creative ways to use it all :-D so tonight it is chili topped baked potatoes...

    hope yours come out well


    happy eggin
    tb

    Anderson S.C.
  • Re: help! lost my white thingys!!!

    use wire ties at the hinge. I have never had the white thingies and that is what I do when I take my egg apart.
  • Re: Brownies in an Orange

    that looks really cool and very different from anything I have seen on here in awhile! congrats on a great idea
  • Re: Pork Tenderloin (pix)

    pork tenderloin is my second favorite pork cook.i keep them in the freezer because two to a pack is too much for pam and I. I just did get rid of the ones I took to Spartanburg.
  • Re: South Carolina Eggheads

    watch out if you make them for the kids. she put them on bamboo skewers. then with a open lid at about 400ish she roasted them on a stick. the trick to it is to wait the outside sugars will get soft and will tend to burn. but if you keep them moving you will succeed in makeing the inside warm and gooey. then comes the hard part. you have to wait till the outside sugars resolidify. or they will be too hot to eat. dyal can attest to how hot they are!!!
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