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We hope you had a hoppy Easter and are ready to spring into warm weather cooking mode! There’s nothing better than spending time outdoors with the sweet aroma of fresh cooked Ribs. Baseball season is also underway, so it's the perfect time to try out some chicken wing variations! We have Jamaican Jerk, Lemon Pepper, Fired-Up Wings and even a Whiskey Onion and Chicken Steak if wings aren't your thing. Bon appetit!

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  • Re: Chicken, shrimp, and zucchini kabobs

    @tarheelmatt. You have to. It's an old shack run by an old black fellow and his brother. People come from miles around. Their fried chicken is ungodly. The night I went with a local friend there was a line out the door. Everything in the parking lot from pick-ups to Porsches. You wouldn't be sorry. I think they're on the web.
  • Re: Zero to Pulled Pork in 13 seconds!

    DMW said:
    I seem to spend a lot of time when I pull getting rid of the fat and the undesirable parts. My family doesn't like it. Do others do the same or is it just me? Would be hard to do with the drill tool.
    After giving it a spin with the pork puller, the undesirable parts can be picked out, as they separate from the meat. Dump a bit into a pan, pick through it with tongs, dump and pick again, etc.
    So the perceived time advantage is getting less. I'm with @BucheyeBob. I'd much rather spend time getting rid of the wobbly bits. I won't eat them so I don't serve 'em to others. Just one of my quirks so this machinery wouldn't work for me.
  • Re: ABT question on Jalepenos???

    I have bought jalapeño seeds for planting this year, as well as habaneros. They were both listed as "hot". I had the option of buying "medium" jalapeños. No such option with the habaneros. I don't know how you tell at the market unless they are marked (like they do sometimes in New Mexico). Testing can be an adventure!
  • Re: Simple Food. Salmon and Sausage.

    Nice piece of kit. I keep staring at these uprights to replace my off-set. And you use it to its best advantage.
  • Re: Storage

    Suncast Deck Box from Home Depot - they have various sizes and designs. They're easy to put together too.