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  • Re: Life Changing Pizza - WOW was this good!

  • Life Changing Pizza - WOW was this good!

    What we have here was put together by my talented wife (also the photographer). It's a scatch-made dough with olive oil, garlic, oregano, burrata, prosciutto, arugula, balsamic glaze, crushed red pepper pizza. It was SENSATIONAL. It hits every flavor profile possible. All I did was put the steel in the LBGE, got it to temp, and drank beer.  


  • Re: OT Sushi & Sashimi

    Boom goes the dynamite! Well played.
  • Smash Burgers - pics show it all

    Used the new steel my FIL made for me to make some smash burgers.  I used the kitchen aide to grind up some fresh sirloin, chuck, and ribeye.  Toasted some brioche and the pictures show the the rest.  My wife said this would be her "last meal" if it came to that...


  • CI+BGE+Bacon+Eggs+Gouda+Jalapeno Kettle Chips=GREATEST OMELETTE EVER


    Made a bacon/gouda/kettle jalapeno potato chip omelette today for my 7 year olds birthday breakfast party on the egg in my 9in Wagner.  This was really good!

    12 eggs
    1 cup sour cream
    3/4 tsp of white pepper
    Almost a bag of Jay's Jalapeño Kettle Chips
    12 oz Bacon(cooked ahead of time, crispy)
    Chives(2 stalks, saved the green for garnish)
    2 TBSP Butter
    2 Cups Gouda(shredded ahead of time from a block)

    Mixed the 12 eggs, sour cream, chives, gouda(1 1/2 cup), bacon and pepper.  Folded in the Kettle Chips.  Got the egg to 375 indirect.  Got the CI hot and butter melted(make sure to grease the side of the pan).  Added the mixture to the hot pan and then let it ride in the egg for 15-18 minutes.  Let it sit for around 5 minute and then we devoured it.  The bacon and gouda were really good and the jalapeño chips added just the right amount of kick.  Definitely making this one again.  



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