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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: Pot Roast Nachos

    @tulocay‌ Thanks

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  • Re: When you don't have your egg...

    Very good son you are! Friend of mine does amazing thinks with his weber kettle. God Bless and enjoy the time cooking with mom
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  • Re: Christmas Prime Rib with the Outlaws

    fairchase said:
    Glad you posted . That prime rib looks awsome. Hope mine looks as good !

    This is the exact same cook I'm going to try on Christmas day.
    It appears that you cut off the tail before you tied the roast .
    Is this correct ?
    Did you remove any for steaks , or did you cook the entire roast ? How many people and how many left overs ?

    My ribeye from Sam's is just shy of 15 lbs . I have 8 adults , 3 teenagers, and 2 kids eating . We will have lots of fixings also. Debating on how much of this roast to cook ?


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    @fairchase thanks, Cut the lip off and any hard fat and slimy stuff, not sure what you mean by the rail but all the fat I cut off was about 4 pounds. Cooked the entire roast for 6 adults and 3 kids (2, 2, and 5) had at least four large servings left over. If it were me I would definitely cook the entire thing as leftovers are good! Depends how much you have but three of the slices I cut were probably 2" thick! 
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  • Re: Mongolian Beef

    @Greeno55 with Mongolian beef it is more fried than door fried so you need the meat covered in oil.
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