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  • Re: BGE VS Gas Grill

    I love my gas grill. Weber Summit 470.  I can go as far as chicken and ribs with it and turn out very high quality food. I cook on it all week rain sleet snow. I've said it before that the rotisserie chicken is probably my most celebrated meal. 

    There are some great cooks on this site.  I think they recognize the egg as a useful tool.  If people have elevated their craft investing more time and energy to justify their expensive equipment .. good on them.  But to say the egg just makes better food without the input of the cook ... that's just drinking the green kool-aid.
  • Re: OT: Throwing my hat in the cooler conversation

    I would have loved to be a fly on the wall to hear what some of  you Grandmas had to say about this new fangled interweb .  Or imagine a portable phone that can take pictures and send letters! And it's connected to that Godramn inter web!!  LOL ... Jeez guys!

    I'm really glad the yeti will keep things cryogenically frozen on the same 1lb bag of ice for a decade .. I don't have a need for that kind of refrigeration... ever ... 

    $185 isn't a going to keep the kids from going to college .. and supporting an upstart sounded fun.




  • Re: So Off Topic but inspired by BBQ Snob

    There's two types of people in the world: people who feed you when they have you over, and people who have you over to feed you. For the former, spending time with you is how they bond. For the later, the meal is an expression of love toward the guests. Telling the former their Trader Joe appetizers are **** is unnecessary, while the later probably wants to know how to improve the offering.

    A disaster like your buddy is created because today no one is willing to risk offending anyone, they aren't invested enough to deal with the reprocussions of shooting him straight. So in a sense, they are stuck eating **** food because that are **** friends? Or there's the fake food snobs... The worst! Lol

  • Re: What are you drinking....now?

    Lagunitas fans! Check out green flash road warrior if available to you. Also a west coast ale with citrus tones
  • Re: So are you cooking for Father's Day?

    Hey Matt congratulations on your first Father's Day. I will most definitely be cooking Sunday.

    In my life "you can't cook, it's Father's Day" is wifese for "I don't want to eat what you are planning to make."

    I finally understand why all the oldtimers quietly got stiff while pretending to work in the yard.

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