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  • Re: Sweet & Spicy Sticky Wings

    This began as a serious thread, but has gotten funny. I did ten pounds this way and was actually afraid to try them. Asked my best friend to and I stood by acting naturally, but nervous. He loved them and away they went. Definitely a go to from now on! Thanks Kristi!
  • Re: For all you Bourbon drinkers

    I've never cared for MM, I think it's too harsh. For me it's Knob Creek all the way, all the time!
  • Re: Paella on the LBGE!

    This is a lot of work, but well worth it!
    Thanks for the chance to bookmark!
  • Re: Winter Cooking Tips

    I have noticed no change in my technique or adjustments for cooking. I have seen a change in my beverages. In the summer, it's more like wine and gin and tonics. Now I'm in a Russell Rye or Knob Creek feeling. Always have a nice cigar, weather doesn't change this!
  • First try with salt block

    Okay, I bought one of these for myself for Christmas and last Saturday was my first chance to try it. Did the Bobby Flay Cuban Pork Chops with baby Swiss wrapped around a dill slicer inserted into a pocket in the chop.
    Warmed the block up slowly and when I put the chops on at 400 dome you should have heard the sizzle! Sounded like I had them in a CI Skillet. they cooked faster than I thought, were a little dryer than straight on the grates and had a slight and not overpowering salt flavor.
    Clean-up was a rinse in warm water, pat dry with paper towels and back in storage!  Trying a steak this weekend!
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