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  • Eat like nobility for under $10 (with pic)

    This was last nights dinner and I had it on the plate in 20 min (Mrs. Ragu did the wonderful plating) and cost under $10.  It was this or take-out.  Easy choice.  A meal like this would have cost me $30.  14 oz Ribeye with kosher salt, pepper and touch of garlic salt.  Money!

    Can anyone beat this for under $10 and less than 20min on the plate (egg heat up not incl)?


  • Re: Championship Sunday. One of the best Egg days of the year. AGree? Other choices?

    these came out amazing.  Always looking for a new angle on wings.  I cooked indirect at 300 for about 45 min till cooked then direct 10 min direct to crisp.  marinated overnight and the recipe calls for reserving the marinade and bringing to a boil for 10 min to use as a dipping sauce.  sauce was good but wings were as good without the sauce. 
  • Re: Friday Cook... Wok

    Let's go baby. Long weekend for ragu off a short week
  • Gulf of Mexico's Finest..... Hognose Snapper (pics)

    I have posted a similar discussion in the past but it is worth posting new pics.  If you have never had it and you enjoy white fish you have got to try Hog Snapper.  Most common in gulf coast states, I have recently found a great selection of these at local RD in Tampa.  Simple is the key...  Score flesh, salt, pepper, lots of evoo to keep from sticking.  About 6 minutes per side at 450 direct (these are 1.5lb fish) and finish with fresh lemon and a little butter.  I will put this up against any fish you can find.  Amazing.  Almost has a lobster type sweetness.

    See if your local RD or whole foods stock it.....


  • Re: A taste of Spain: Paella

    very nice!!!


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