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  • Re: Help. My Egg went Fukushima

    Chunks shouldn't have caused run away temp- controller would have covered for them. 

    If pit probe was in correct spot...

    I suspect you had the top too open- it need to be almost closed and I would also verify you don't have a bunch of air leaks. If it was getting to much air it would cause a run away. 

    You may need to check your probes and wires- they don't like that level of heat. 
  • Re: Odds of this working on wasp nest

    Teedoff said:
    This may be ecologically unhealthy and probably a bit reckless, but I was taught in my redneck Alabama youth to pour about a pint of gas in the hole and drop a match on it. Kills pretty much everything and you have a nice Olympic torch effect for quite a while.
    This- works every time for me with yellow jackets. I wait till dusk so they are mostly back in the nest and then pour gas down the hole. Don't even have to light it- 
  • Re: Dry Aged Ribeye Success!!

    That is an awesome looking steak- long wait but appears like it was worth it.


  • Re: KJ - Costco Road Show

    Hard to not go with KJ- 
  • Re: Salmon skin on Or off

    On then peel before serving- comes off easily once cooked. 


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