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  • Re: Cave Man Food !

    Griffin said:
    Looks great @Village_Idiot. I'm man enough to eat quiche, I'll have to ask the Mrs. to make the next one on the Egg. One question, was the shrimp pre-cooked as well?
    I'm glad you asked before I potentially made the whole family sick!
  • Re: Table build thread - lots of pics

    =P~ That's all I've got. But have to comment on "weekend woodworker"..... Thought I was one cause I have refinished some old furniture. You put weekend warriors to shame!!!

    Same here. Very nice work.
  • Re: wicked good charcoal

    hapster said:
    Do it... But order at least 4 bags to make it worthwhile to go get it. Great lump.
    Agreed.  It's the best, longest lasting lump that I've had yet (haven't found Ozark yet).  However, be ready for it to take a little longer to light.  
  • Re: Spatchcock Success - Lots of Pictures

    400 dome, raised direct, skin side up with no flipping. Perfection every time. 

    What do you season it with, Travis? Take about an hour?
  • Re: Spatchcock Success - Lots of Pictures

    I used the recipe on the naked whiz are included....follow the guide and get ready to hit one out of the park!  dosen't get any easier or better than that....

    +1.  Naked whiz has this recipe's number. 

    The only thing that I did different was use an elevated grid and cooked it skin side down for the first 10 minutes.  Some people will ice the breasts (*smirk*) for 10-15 minutes prior to cooking to help the breasts and legs cook at the same pace.  I did not do that, and it turned out great.