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  • Re: Paella

    Looks great! Reminds me that I haven't cooked paella in a while and I'm past due. The recipe on the whiz site is a good one.
  • Re: First leg of lamb on the BGE

    Um, I think the Ponder Ribs cook method might have a little too many steps to really become popular ;). End result does look good though! Leg of lamb looks great too.
  • Re: So close...decision time. Brisket

    Is it the thickest part of the flat that the probe goes in like butter? 187 IT is pretty low to be ready to pull. Not impossible but not the norm in my experience.
  • Re: Mini Surf & Turf

    Thanks @SGH! I normally use a CI grid for searing steaks but figured I'd use the griddle since I was going to use it to sear the scallops anyway. It worked well but I can't say I thought it came out any better than on a CI grid. Don't get the pretty cross marks like on the CI grid but that isn't that important to me. I think I need to do a side by side taste test with my favorite cut, ribeye, and see which method I like better.
  • Re: OT - How do you get the hard return in your posts?

    I use < br > (remove the spaces between the < and >) for that on my Apple devices.