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We’re feeling pretty super, how about you? The big game is fast approaching, and while we love football, we love an excuse to invite people over and cook even more! You too can cook like a champion with recipes from Dr. BBQ’s NFL Gameday Cookbook: Grilled Tuna Sandwiches from Seattle and Baked Brie from New England. Who’s going to win? You’ll have to cook both to find out.

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  • Re: 2013 Rub & Sauce Exchange - Show Off Thread

    Here is my awesome sauces and rubs that I'm so ready to try out!

  • Re: Pics of the fam bam or just you

    This is my oldest son at 9 years of age playing his favorite position. He plays full time travel baseball and wanted me to use the pictures that he likes best



    This is my wife of almost 13 years and we've been together for almost 18 years and our daughter who is 8


    This is my 5 year old boy who is just getting ready for his game


    And then my wife and I

  • Re: Jucy Lucy Night (With Pics)

    Yeah he asked "can we get more meat I want to make more"  damn kid money doesn't grown on trees :)
  • Jucy Lucy Night (With Pics)

    Well we got home early from my sons games (thankfully they were all mid-afternoon) So him and I went to Bed Bath and Beyond and I wanted to see if this 7 dollar stuffed burger press was better than what I could do.  

    My wife and 2 other kids are in Key West for her brothers wedding and we are suckers for a good Jucy Lucy!!!!

    I made 4 total burgers about 1/3 of a lb each maybe a tad more.  3 stuffed with american cheese and another stuffed with Bleu Cheese.  

    Egg preheated to 400 and the burgers come out of the freezer after a stay in there for 30 minutes seasoned with good ol S&P


    After about 14 minutes total I take them off...Had one tiny blowout but that one I expected as it was on the smaller side and didn't really fit the entire press.


    Here is one of my burgers....I am a pretty boring person for toppings...

    Alright so this is where I was disappointed with the bleu cheese....I'm pretty sure it was the brand I got which was some Greek Version of Bleu Cheese and it didn't melt very well...And perhaps I didn't put enough in it....The bleu cheese had good flavor but I've had better experiences with bleu cheese jucy lucy's


    Now my son 2nd burger was absolutely amazing...When I first squeezed on it juice that was in it squirted out and got all over me.....(and yes I know I'm opening myself up for comments)


    So in regards to the 7 dollar burger press I bought...Ease of my use so much so that my 9 year old son was able to use it and did it effectively.  I'll also say that it did an amazing job sealing them up and I could imagine if i had more meat in the bottom portion it would have been even better...Definitely worth the 7 bucks for me and now I won't be so timid to make them more and more!!!!

    Have a great Memorial Day Weekend!

  • Re: Cheese Steak Calzones w/ Blue Cheese and Wine Sauce

    Dyal_SC said:
    @EddieK76, there's always room for you my friend. :) As well as your wife and kiddos. I'll even take the onions out of your kids' calzones. ;)
    And my wife's ;)    They get their darn pickyness from her :)