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  • Eggcelsior said: SInce you have skirt steak, do both the chicken and beef fajita-style with some tortillas and toppings. A Carne Asada marinade is another option.  Chicken and skirt steak fajitas would be easy to prep and fast to cook.…
    in Party prep Comment by Poolman April 2015
  • Larrymac, I had a similar issue and noticed that my lid hardware had become loose, thus leaving a 1/8" gap at the back of the BGE (and of course plenty of airflow).  I tightened the lid hardware and I could maintain a steady 225 degrees again.   …
  • Happy Thanksgiving to All, I have not been on this site for a long time, but I like the brine recipe posted here back in 2003.  This was recommended by WessB, and I follow except only brine the bird for 24 hours. 2003 BGE Brine Recipe * 2 cu…
  • RP, Been away from the forum for too long. "Flap meat" is sold at the latin markets in the DC area, usually for less than $5.00 per pound. IMHO it has better flavor than skirt steak, especially for fajitas. If you remember my fajitas from the Wa…
  • Thanks, I'm in! Poolman
  • mad max, Goya Mojo Criollo is an excellent off-the-shelf maranade for fajitas. I have been using it for years, and have yet to make a maranade that even comes close. You can find it at nearly any small latin market and Harris Teeter carries it as…
  • allTheKingsMen, I have purchased the same cryopak in Maryland and had the same confusion. The butcher at Costco explained that it truely is a pork shoulder... the boston butt and the picnic together in each package. I prefer the butt, but the two…
  • Celtic Wolf, You have definitely captured the real meaning of Fathers Day. I hope my kids think this way ten years from now.[p]Poolman
  • AZRP, The shrimp ABT's look great! I'll have to try these.[p]Take Care,[p]Poolman
  • tjv, Thanks for the advice. I'll give the recipe a try. There was a lot of great food at eggfest, but I keep remembering the wings.[p]Poolman
  • AZRP, We just signed up to exhibit at the BioGuard show, and rumor has it that the Atlanta Eggfest is the very next day! If the rumor proves true we will definitely be there. Are you planning to cook? Poolman
  • Lionel,[p]These were pulled at 175 and they were a huge hit at work.[p][p][p]I'd serve um![p]Poolman
  • WessB, The ribs look great! This will be my first eggfest, and since it lands on Cinco de Mayo I will be cooking some spicy chipotle brisket (best washed down with a couple of cold Coronas).[p]Poolman
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