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  • Re: Ballotine Throw Down Pics Expanded , Post 'Em If You Got 'Em!

    I do them on a regular basis now. My stuffing is usually a mix of traditional bread stuffing, dried apricots, cashews or pistachios and a layer of maple sausage (casing removed).

    The last two that I made for Christmas at my brother's place (not cooked on the egg)
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    This is what my stuffing looks like
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    I think this is the first one I made. I cut the bteasts instead of the back... I recovered the situation by wrapping everything in bacon
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  • Re: Porterhouses and brussel sprouts

    I want one please!
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  • Re: Pizza... Burnt crust! Help!

    A big factor is the dough recipe. Any sugar in your dough? I cook on parchment at those temps and pull the paper after 2 mins. One time I screwed up and used a recipe with sugar and had a similar experience. When the first pie went on, black bottom second pie right behind it, cooler egg and stone, less black...
    I agree with @theyolksonyou‌ . It all has to do with your dough recipe. The type of flour (bread/all purpose VS 00), sugar content, oil content will have an impact on the max bake temperature. At the end of the day, you should follow the dough recipe recommended bake temperature. For regular dough, that's usually under 500F. For a 65% hydration dough made with just flour, water, salt and yeast, 600-700F is better.
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  • Ribeye (wagyu), Roasted Brussel Sprouts topped with Parmesan and Honey Glazed Carrots

    Voilà!

    Tossed the Brussels sprouts with some olive oil and kosher salt. Roasted in the egg for 30 minutes at ~500F. I added the carrots 30 seconds after placing the Brussels sprouts pan in the egg with just a squirt of honey.

    Brushed some worcestershire sauce on the steaks.

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  • Re: Life Below Zero

    Nothing wrong with Montreal Steak seasoning and microwaving potatoes... but mushrooms!? :)

    It looks good, I am hungry now.
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