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With winter in full gear, we’re enjoying all the awesome photos of EGGs in the cold weather. Stay warm with some of our favorite Dutch oven recipes: Chicken & Dumplings, Chili Con Carne and BLT Soup.

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  • Re: The Point Is I Got A Chub

    That looks great
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  • Re: My Best Japnese So Far

    @stemc33‌ and @"The Cen-Tex Smoker"‌ And @lkapigian‌ I got the idea of foil covered bricks from the book, but the idea for the double row arrangement came from another user on this forum, I just can't reme who to credit. Definitely helps to have the extra row.
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  • My Best Japnese So Far

    Yaki tori, yaki onigiri, shiitake mushrooms, squash, and those strange big bulb scallions that are so tasty.

    I've done a fair number of cooks from The Japanese Grill (all good) and this menu has turned into one of my wife's favorites of anything I cook.
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  • Re: Whats The Weirdest Thing You Want To Try?

    I am so glad this post is about food...
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  • Re: New Year's Duck

    @"Little Steven"‌ I dried the duck uncovered in the refrigerator for a day, then pricked the skin all over, rubbed in dark sesame oil and sprinkled with Chinese Five Spice. I cooked indirect, temp was higher than I had planned (not paying attention), took a little over an hour at 425.

    I made the scallion crepes and sauce following a recipe from The BBQ Bible. The crepes are great and stay warm a long time in a tortilla warmer.
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