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  • Re: Ribeye Cap

    Here's  a link to a recent thread started by @XLentEGG that contains the referenced video for creating cap steaks:

    sub primal cap steak  Not too difficult.  

  • Re: Ribeye Cap

    @DoubleRay415 - go back and grab 'em.  You can use SWMBO logic, "look how much I saved with the Costco buy vs SRF".  Never mind the true cost   ;)
  • Re: Costco Brisket Tracker

    Louisville- within the past month $3.69/lb for prime.  Packer meat locker has been filled (sometimes the selection is a little thin) for the past year at least.  Selection-wise the overall trend is in the up direction.  
  • Re: BGE vs Yoder

    The Franklin brisket you tube video series provides a great tutorial on the whole brisket process.  Using them as a reference will demystify the brisket journey.   I enjoy his willingness to share and have definitely benefited from his generosity.  
  • Re: Smoked Wings Discussion

    Whenever I have the foresight I always let the chix (wings, other pieces/parts, or the whole bird) go for at least the overnight fridge air dry exposure.  It does enhance the crispy skin result.  You can further enhance it with a dusting of corn starch before tossing on the BGE.  Highly recommended.  FWIW-
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