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  • Re: Buffalo chicken pizza recipes?

    The best one I've ever done, I used a very light coat of regular pizza sauce as a base (I know it sounds weird), and I used chik fil a chicken nuggets soaked in franks hot sauce as the chicken. Topped with motz a splash of hot sauce and after it came off the egg, drizzled with ranch.

    FWIW
  • Re: Rib Technique Poll

    set it and forget it
  • Re: First time dishes

    I would suggest trying whatever is your favorite dish that you have grilled/cooked in the past.  It will give you insights on how the egg differs from your previous setup and hopefully allow you to appreciate your new egg.

    My first time was some grilled chicken breasts, because that is what was lying around.  It happens to be one of my wife's favorites, and she could clearly tell a difference between them and the ones I used to do on the gasser.  Made a great first impression on her, and you know: Happy wife happy life.
  • Re: Tenderloin - what a mess...

    billyray said:
    We did one similar, but used goat cheese, toasted pine nuts, sun dried tomatoes,dried apple and apricots, and basil, then wrapped it in bacon. It was an outstanding combination of flavors.
    kick'em while he's down (sounds delicious though)
  • Re: 100 lb cook coming up this weekend

    Whole packer brisket secured last night.  Surprising how hard it was to find in Birmingham.  Luckily, I found a local grocery who supplies a bbq joint. 

    Going to trim and rub tonight.
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