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  • Re: Convince me to pull the trigger on a mini max

    If a Weber is not your thing, the small KJ is about $400 +tax at the Costco roadshows...
  • Re: Best way to re-heat ribs

    Foghorn said:
    Mickey said:
    Let me be clear. He is in a retirement home and his wife goes to visit him there.   
    Like @saluki2007 indicated, a damp paper towel on top (I do top and bottom sometimes), and microwave.  

    When my Mom was in a retirement home for rehab, I took her food all the time and used their microwave.  
    This.  The key is to only do 1 or 2 minutes at a time on 40-50% power.  The slower cooking and the moisture help distribute the heat evenly so you don't end up with some hot ribs and some cold ones.
    Lower power is key if microwave is the only best option. They will come out pretty moist.
  • Re: Space City Eggfest 2017 TODAY

    Mickey said:
    Guys have a ball. Really miss you. Sounds like a great Fest. 
    So you drive all over the country, but can't​ make it down here. I see how it is. My pops even wore his Houston Rockets Toyota shirt today.
  • Re: OT - Knife Sharpener?

    For an easy option , the Ken Onion Worksharp thing is the bomb.   @The Cen-Tex Smoker did a detailed review (the kind that makes you spend forum $$) some time back. 
  • Re: Jalapeños question

    Whatever method you choose, make sure you wash your hands well after prep. Unless you want your junk to burn like chlamydia .
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