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  • Re: My turn at nom nom

    I think that's the most beautiful thing I've ever seen. 
  • Re: Saturday Caveman Party...

    Terrific build-up!  Standing by Hap!
    LOL I'm so used to viewing these AFTER the product is finished, that I got to the end of the thread and as like "crap, he hasn't completed these yet!".  I am waiting with the rest of the peanut gallery here. 
  • Re: My Awesome LBGE Table Build Thread

    That table is straight up sexy!!!   Keep building friend.  I'm really jelly right now!
  • Re: OT - You Know You're Getting Old When...

    Someone today brought up the TV show "Love American Style" and I knew what it was AND sang a portion of the theme song.
  • Re: My First Egg, My first cook!

    A31unit said:
     Thing is. It is written in a way that is actually too advanced for me even. I mean I have never smoked ribs so I don't have some of the vocabulary used in the post or even understand what the common steps are to doing it.
    it seems like the ribs are smoked in the grid at first, then "wrapped" in foil with the mentioned concoction and put back on for a time.  Are they then unwrapped and put back on grid once again for the final step??

    a)  Understanding vocabulary - please.  Just ask.  I was in your shoes once, and I felt a little lost with some terms.  People here helped me.  Honestly I am just an amateur like yourself, but they seem to put up with me.

    b)  For Craig's particular ribs, they did not go back on the fire after the foil part, BUT if you wanted to sauce them, that would be a great option for these tender little babies.  I personally chose to not sauce and let the Meat Church products do the talking. 

    I hope this helps.  Please continue to post!