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  • Re: Lump

    Bamapetey said:

    Anyone ever try John Henry. I've used it for a couple of years and by far my favorite! It is a 75% OAK AND 25% hickory mixed lump. Always have a hint of hickory.

    I buy it at the John Henry mothership store in Houston. $15 for 20 lb bag. Nice price and pretty good charcoal.

    Spring, Texas
  • Re: OT - Pappy Van Winkle SOLD OUT :(

    I like bourbon. That being said, any booze you have to be on a list to get, keep calling somebody to check its availability and probably mortgage the house when it finally is available is not worth it. Gimme some Woodford or Makers and I'll be happy. Its plentiful, reasonably priced and very good.
    A few years ago I bought a bottle of Pappy's 20 year old. Hard to get even then. Was it good? Yes. Would I buy another @ $200 a bottle? No.

    Too many other really nice bourbons that are very good and obtainable.

    Spring, Texas

  • Re: Mini withdrawal...

    @King of Calcutta - you have kids right?  The Mini is perfect for empty nesters like we (wife and I) are but if you are cooking for 3+ the Mini is not going to always work. Don't worry.. be happy. Look forward to seeing you in Salado or even before.

    PS: keep doing your wonderful work for children, Doc

  • Re: Trader Joes Santa Maria Tri Tip

    @Tuttle871 Picked up a Tri-Tip from Trader Joe's this morning. Thanks for providing me with a good source for tri-tips. I will be using red oak and love serving it with salsa and pinquito beans like they do in California. Plus maybe a nice Zin.

    Spring, Texas

    SMU - Class of '70 
  • Re: Pollo ala Plancha

    Great looking cook. It appears you made some slits in the chicken. Great way to get marinade into the meat in short order.

    Spring, Texas
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