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Are you happy it’s finally National BBQ Month? While we like to BBQ year round, May is our favorite because the whole country is celebrating delicious food. If you’re new to cooking BBQ on your EGG, check out our Smoking Basics Publication...if not, proceed to some of our favorite recipes! We love Dr. BBQ’s Coffee Rubbed Brisket, Famous Dave’s Sticky Ribs and Virginia Willis’ Pulled Pork. Pair with this cheesy favorite for a winning way to start off May!

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  • BGE Potato Chip Omelette - Top Chef Richard Blais recipe


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    Any Top Chef fans out there? This recipe is from Richard Blais, who is one of my all-time favorite Top Chef contestants (link to original recipe at bottom of this post). My wife and I made it for the first time tonight. It was pretty good, although next time we plan on adding some crumbled sausage and cheddar cheese. Another good combo would be blue cheese and bacon. It's easy to make and would be great to serve a crowd for breakfast or brunch. 

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    Ingredients: 10 eggs, 3 T. heavy cream, 1/4 t. pepper, 1 T. chopped flat leaf parsley, 1 T. chopped chives, 1 bag kettle chips, 2 T. butter

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    Preheat egg to 375. Whisk together all ingredients except chips and butter. Fold in the chips carefully. Let the chips soak for about 10 minutes.

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    Melt butter over stove in CI skillet and coat bottom and sides of pan. Pour in egg mixture and spread evenly, then reduce heat to low. Cook for a few minutes until they are set and bottom is golden brown, but still runny on top. 

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    Transfer to egg and cook until completely set. For the CI, this took about 15 - 20 minutes.

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    To remove from pan, invert a plate over pan and flip over. Cool for about 5 minutes then slice into wedges and serve. 

    We can't wait to try it again with some bacon/sausage and cheese! What would you add?

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  • Bombs Away!

    Wife had some chicken breasts ready to go tonight and I wanted something a little more exciting so I thought back to @necessaryindulgence chicken bombs and went to the store to get some cream cheese, cheddar, and bacon.  We had jalapenos growing in the garden.  

    Here is the prep phase...

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    Here they all wrapped up getting ready to cook for 45 minutes on raised direct at ~350.  
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    The finished product...THESE WERE AMAZING!!!!!  Cooking again soon!
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  • Re: Breakfast casserole! Wow is this good! w/ pic YUMMMYYYYYY!!!

    Looks awesome!  I love the breakfast casserole. 


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  • Wife made CI skillet cookies

    While I was at a conference, my wife(who has never really used the egg), dialed the egg in at 350 and nailed a CI skillet chocolate cookies. Surprised me with it when I got home.  IMPRESSIVE.  I am going to properly thank her...by just letting her go to sleep and not trying anything.   


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  • Had to MacGyver my late night snack-what to do with left over ribs!

    Got hungry tonight and had some ribs left over from an early dinner.  Warmed the ribs up to put on chips and found that I had no shredded cheese.  Stole some string cheese from my 3 year and took a slice of Kraft American to work the whole thing out.  Tasted GREAT.  In honor of the dish, I am now going to watch the greatest show ever made - MacGyver....

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