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  • Re: Egg community has lost a great one

    Hey listen up. I don't give a rats ass what your beefs are but this guy was a friend of mine so go fight on another thread. Guy died before he was 50 and he was a damn good one. Respect it please.
  • Re: Help wanted with a cold butt

    billt01 said:
    Just a though here but it already has all the smoke and goodness. Why not pull it and reheat in a pan on top of the stove with some apple cider? I've heard Dr. Pepper or Coke work too. 
    If it still has the fat cap on it, it will help the butt to retain moisture and flavor whole.

    If he reheats it in an oven that is dry heat. In a pan with liquid is moist heat. Believe we are overthinking this thing.
  • Re: Eggfest: To Cook or Not To Cook?

    Oh yeah I forgot. If there is any way you can get Cali as a cooking partner do it. He does everything and you just stand back and take the credit. He buys really good Scotch and is very generous with it. Henapple has a huge cooler with all kinds of really $hitty beer but you don't have to buy any
  • Re: Need Information for a Granite Top

    I have one on a stainless restaurant piece. it's quite long and they did it in two pieces. it had a stainless top but they told me 3/4"ply was enough. That would be specially true if it was under 4 feet.
  • Re: how to tackle a moose roast

    I didn't say you were an idiot (thought that was obvious) but moose is ultra lean and more exercised than a hog. I've had some moose and it's pretty tough except the tenderloin.
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