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  • Re: Black Disposable Gloves from the BBQ Pitmasters show?

    Interesting you guys all use gloves. I just wash my hands a bunch of times after each step. I figure it is much cheaper then changing gloves 3-4+ times haha. 

    These gloves do look nice.
  • Re: Disappointing ribs

    Maybe you just got a bad set of ribs. 
  • Re: Too funny- Admit it, this is you...

    I'll watch what's going on at the grill and when something's done, I'll grab it for me or SWMBO.  I'd rather eat off the vegetable tray than try to choke down a medium well ribeye that tastes like it was dragged through a camp fire.
    In a similar but decidedly different vein, I won't cook any red meat (except for burgers) for my in-laws. They like everything medium-well to well done and I just can't make myself do it!
    I agree. I end up never cooking it "well done" enough because I find myself just not being able to do it. If there is just no pink left i feel like I failed the cook. 

    I get a kick out of how some people grill. What determines when they think the food is done is very interesting. When it is char black and smoking some people think the meat is done. Yet when you go to a restaurant no meat ever comes out like that. I rather grill at everyone's house. I just don't because I am a good guest haha. 
  • Re: need some suggestions for BGE chicken on a can (first time ever!)

    I agree with the above post. However you can check like he said, but remember you should always cook to temp not time. 
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