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  • Re: Prime Ribeyes

    Those look great! Did you let them rest for a bit after pulling them off the grill? Noticed a fair amount of juice on the plate. 
  • Re: Zojirushi vs Yeti vs Generic Tumbers

    We have a Zojirushi container that we got from REI 5-6 years ago and the thing works like a champ. Mostly used for coffee duty. I'll make about 30oz of french pressed aroud 7am and it will still be nice and warm/hot at 7pm. 
  • Re: Yeti added to the stable

    I put a handful of ice cubes and water in around 7:30 last night. Refilled my cup twice with water before going to bed without adding additional ice. Woke up around 7am this morning and checked to see if there was any ice which there wasn't; however the water was ice-cold. My favorite thing has been the lack of sweating. So far two thumbs up from me.
  • Re: Great Deal on Wood Chunks at Home Depot

    Nothing at my local store. All they had was Brinkman branded stuff at normal prices. I'll be checking the store near where I work tomorrow. 
  • Re: Some Big Steaks!

    Great looking meal. What really makes it for me is that you got a great crust on the steak. I love that crusted piece of fat that is still juicy and moist yet has that little bit of crunch from the crust. 
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