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  • Re: why not

    if you like big food, check out "epic meal time" on youtube. its funny stuff and they build giant things and eat em'.
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  • Re: Vegetarian recipes?

    I was vegan/vegetarian for 5 years at one time, a favorite of mine was grilled tofu believe it or not.
     
    get the firmest tofu you can. freeze the tofu first, then thaw it out and press out all the liquid.
    you can coat with whatever spices, rubs, sauces, oils and grill it in chunks. 
    I also liked to top it with provolone and have it on a sandwich with avacado, lettuce, tomato. 
    grill some veggies with it and have rice or beans on the side and its a great meal. 
  • Re: Direct chicken

    raised at or above felt line, at 350 for 40 mins. also toss them in cornstarch first for a crispy exterior.  getting me hungry just thinking about them
  • Bacon Cheeseburger Meatloaf

    little friday night gem... 

    i grinded up 50/50 pork shoulder / chuck steak
    mixed it up with a few eggs, bread crumbs, red onion, worchestire sauce, dijon mustard. 
    stuffed it with two cheeses,  one local cow milk cheese soft and nutty, the other american slices. 
    wrapped a bacon weave back brace on the bottom side. 
    popped it on the grill with hickory & apple chunks at 300f, it went down to 250f but it kept between that temp for the 1 hour and 10min cook time.
    put it on a rosemary focaccia "bun" and topped with homemade aioli, ketchup and arugula with a side of sweet potato fries. 
    living large...


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  • Re: Any great Meatball recipes?

    good idea, thats usually how i get things done. 

    when you make the mix fry up a small one that you can taste to see how the seasoning is. you can always alter then. and you can make them so many different ways no way is right or wrong. 
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