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  • Re: OT - In Your Opinion, What's the Best Live Music Record of all Time?

  • Re: OT - Ooohhh...Shots fired!!

    May have to look closely at a KJ Small when the traveling show hits a local Costco this Spring/Summer.

    Or maybe not. Very happy with my Eggs.
  • Re: SRF cap of ribeye - the cook

    I understand your conclusion completely. Hard to justify the $$$. Has to be for something very special. Paying off the Mortgage. 50th Anniversary. Retirement.

    For a small group.

    Looks very good though!
  • THICK Bone-in Ribeye.....Decisions, decisions.

    I was visiting the In-Laws down in San Diego over the weekend when we went to Costco to pick up some tri tip to grill on his gasser when something caught my eye. Instead of the usual weekend "Fish" display in the attended display, they added some Beef to it. Cut up beef ribs and what they described as dressed "Prime Bone-in Standing Rib roast" (or similar). They were all single bone and MASSIVE. A thin one (relatively speaking) caught my eye.


    Came in at 2.2 pounds and measures about 2 and 1/4 inches thick.

    Gotta make a decision on how I want to cook this one. Reverse sear indirect on the BGE til about 115, then seared on the pit over Red Oak is my plan at this point.

    I'll continue to sip on good wine and nibble some cheese while I ponder this one.

    Happy Labor Day!
  • Re: Done with Royal Oak

    If, and that's a BIG IF, I find something cheaper and at least as good as RO, I'll switch. Even at the new cost, it's still about the best deal I'm aware of......
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