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Spreading the love this Valentine’s Day with your EGG? Virginia Willis’ three course menu is perfect for a date night! February is also National Chocolate Lover’s Month, so don’t feel guilty if you’ve been cooking a little more dessert than usual on your EGG. If you’re looking for something a little more savory than chocolate, try some Roasted Chicken Flatbread or Pork Tenderloin with Honey Mustard.

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  • Re: I may have a coffee problem.

    You are OK, if they were Irish coffees you might have a problem. Years ago, when on the six to eight cup habit and gaining a little middle aged weight, I decided to drop the sugar and cream. For Canucks, giving up the Timmy's double double was not easy, but to echo a rather politically incorrect phrase of the day, once you try black you'll never go back...

  • Re: How to use probe to measure dome temps...

    This topic comes up a lot. It really doesn't matter all that much as the temps within a kamado vary widely. The grid temp is where the food cooks and is often the most used. The dome is typically 30-40ºF higher than grid for indirect cooks and 30-40ºF lower than grid for direct cooks. On lengthy indirect cooks the temps will get closer together as the cook gets longer, by the 5th or 6th hour my MBGE reads pretty much the same grid vs dome. 
    Sometimes, too much information can be its own problem. I can't wait to get a particulate sniffer that will tell me exactly how my smoke wood is doing.....
  • Re: How bout some Steak with that Loaded Potato

    Know how you feel, we have two of the grandkids here now......bedtime in 58 minutes and 45 seconds..
    Like that tater, my Mom used to add veggies to her baked spuds, Dad always said, give me one of those, hold the veggies and double the bacon. 
  • Re: Brothers Grim and Jeepster talking lump.....

    @Jeepster47 - had no idea there was an I19 and the it is Canuck distance measurement friendly no less! Learn something everyday. 

    We do some cross border shopping and I've noticed that some products like Kirkland water come in 500ml (16.9oz) bottles, so maybe it is coming, just slowly. 

    @lousubcap, that would make you old salts tri-lingual, eh?
    1 nautical mile=1.15statute mile=1.85 kilo meter

  • Re: Bone -In Pork Roast

    Wondered where the pride of Equality was - I see you've been to fancy cooking school - very nice.