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  • Re: Juicy Lucy - did not disappoint!

    Thanks for all the kudos, guys. 

    Yes @WeberWho - that episode of Man v Food from a few years back is what inspired me to try it!

    To those asking for the recipes, here's the details:

    Brussel sprouts:
    1 lb. Brussels sprouts, halved
    3 tbsp. extra-virgin olive oil
    1/4 c. balsamic vinegar
    1 tbsp. honey
    1 tbsp. Grainy mustard
    2 tsp. crushed red pepper flakes
    kosher salt

    Mix everything together in a bowl, throw on a grill basket over direct heat (you can use skewers in lieu of a grill basket to make things easy)
    Cook 10-15 minutes, until you get the done-ness you like, then top with shredded parmesan.

    Season fries:
    Red potatoes (the smaller kind, think 2-3 per person is a good gauge)
    Olive oil
    Cumin
    Chili powder
    Meat Church - The Holy Gospel seasoning
    A hearty salt (kosher/sea)

    Preheat the oven to 425°

    Boil the potatoes for 3-4 minutes just to soften them up
    Cut the potatoes into fries (you get 8-10 per potato)

    Toss them in olive oil, cumin, chili powder, and your favorite season-all (my family loves everything that Meat Church puts out).

    Cook for around 40-45 minutes, turning halfway through.

    Top with salt right after you take the out of the oven, and enjoy!

     
  • Re: Juicy Lucy - did not disappoint!

    Ahhh *jucy* my friend @WeberWho! Good catch :)
  • Juicy Lucy - did not disappoint!

    Been wanting to try a cheese stuffed burgers for a while now (aka the juicy lucy), and they were a huge hit last night!

    Paired with homemade seasoned fries and brussel sprouts, will definitely cook again in the future.
  • Re: Good price on this demo package?

    added a large to my collection last year at eggtoberfest. 700 all in, included nest, ash tool, plate setter, bag of lump charcoal, and, the most important part, a lifetime warranty : )

    I'd pass on that deal.
  • Re: What are you drinking....now?

    My sales team got me a bottle of 20 year old Orphan Barrel Barterhouse bourbon.. tasty tasty
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