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  • Re: Trying to convince SWMBO to get a dog.

    +1 on the poodle mixes, like a golden doodle or labradoodle (we have a maltipoo).  But really, take up a drug habit instead, it'll be cheaper.

  • Re: What I'm doing for my first turkey. All suggestions are welcome.

    You're going to be tempted to put on too many applewood chips.   It doesn't take much for poultry.  I have re-discovered this a couple of times.  I'm using Ozark Oak, and haven't added any chips or chunks the last couple of times.
  • Re: forgot to burp my egg

    That's how I felt the other night after eating at La Hacienda
  • Re: Forget the turkey... Favorite side

    It's dressing and giblet gravy for me, with the best of everything else involving one of those two items: mashed potatoes with giblet gravy, Parker House rolls to sop the giblet gravy, etc.
  • Re: The Egg has changed me

    Since we bought the egg, we hardly ever use our oven, although the toaster oven does still get some work.  You'll probably start to notice yourself making some circular arguments (beneficially) with the spouse.  The more you use the egg, the more you want better meat and additional equipment, which means you use the egg more, which means...
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