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  • 2nd Annual Egghead Weightloss Competition

    For those who did not read the thread where I posed a question I wanted to start an official thread.

    We are doing a 12 week weightloss competition including prizes. It starts this Monday January 13th and ends Sunday April 6th. Highest percentage of weightloss wins.

    The prizes so far are a Baking Steel and something from Amaz-N Smoker.

    If interested you will need to do the following:

    1. Picture of yourself (Current and clothed).
    2. Picture of the scale with either a newspaper, or date stamped on the picture.
    3. Email me at fletchercoupons@gmail.com
    4. Weigh in is from today until end I day Sunday.

    Let me know if any other questions.

    JT
  • What a game!!!

    Good solid all around win
  • Re: big weekend

    I will be wokking on a camp gas stove (30,000 BTUs). Would like to use the egg, but don't really want to eat up the fuel and can get it hot enough on the gas.

    Yea, really hope the Hawks can pull it off. I agree that all four teams have a full battle on their hands.
  • Re: Let's Throw It Down!!!

    (Credit goes to someone else on the forum, I forget who).

     Ok my entry for the throw down. We normally do skinless chicken a spatch style but I saw I thin @hapster or @henapple do these so this is my entry: Smoked Deviled Eggs. They came from a chicken so I figured they counted. The pictures do not do them justice (horrible at photography). Anyway here are the details

    Ingredients: Fresh eggs from our chickens (Repunzel, Goldie, Tinkerbell, and Dot {can you tell my 5 year old daughter named them all?}). Veganaise (think mayo but without eggs, mustard, pepper, dizzy pig rub).

    Directions: Boil eggs for 20 minutes, let cool for 20 minutes in ice bath, peel. Get Amaz-N-Smoker ready. Filled with cherry pellets. put eggs on smoke for 1 hour then prep like normal deviled eggs.

     

    Results: My wife loved them, said they were some of the best deviled eggs she had ever had.

    What I would do differently next time: Let the eggs sit out a couple of days on the counter, since we used our chickens eggs they were too fresh and had a hard time peeling. They tasted amazing, just look ugly.

    The last picture is one of the donators to this project: Goldie, couldn't have done it with out her.

    Enjoy!!

     

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