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Lawn RangerLawn Ranger Posts: 5,467
edited 10:05AM in EggHead Forum
<p />This is last nights dinner.....Dizzy Pig Ragin' River Maple-Butter Salmon on spinich bed, with YB's famous Sweet Vidalia Onion Pie. Man, both of these are real keepers. [p]Mike


  • Lawn Ranger, man, that looks fantastic. Do you have any left-overs? If so, I could send you my UPS address and.........[p]Van
  • Lawn RangerLawn Ranger Posts: 5,467
    Hugh Jass,[p]Yep,...a few. That salmon is good enough to eat for breakfast. It's especially good cold on crackers. [p]Happy Mother's Day!

  • Lawn Ranger,
    Some of your pictures are better quality than you get in the receipe books. Good job. Keep them coming. Sometime give us a few shots of your new workshop.[p]Wish I was at the Fest,
    Louisiana Redneck

  • Lawn RangerLawn Ranger Posts: 5,467
    Louisiana Redneck,
    I'll try to clean it up a bit this afternoon and take some pics.[p]Off to Mother's Day lunch.

  • Lawn Ranger,need recipe for pie!

  • Lawn Ranger,
    That looks delicious! We had salmon last night but I had to cook it on the Weber gas grill because my egg is out of commission while my husband is building me a wonderful "egg table"! (Had to take the top off so I could help carry it to the garage to check the "fit") plus my felt gasket is fried. I topped our salmon off with pineapple jam the final couple of minutes. This makes a wonderful glaze. Also experimented with asparagus spears (fat type) and wedged vidalias-put them in a foil pack with some olive oil and seasonings and grill them for 10-15 min. Result was tender steamed spears with slight onion flavor. I will post pictures of the egg table when it is done!

  • Lawn RangerLawn Ranger Posts: 5,467
    It's in the BigGreenEgg Recipes section on the Forum page.[p]It's YB's Sweet Vidalia Onion Pie. It's great!

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