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  • Yes sir, no recipes, but I have 3 furry Black & Tans that chase me around the grill. They are the best...
  • Outstanding, I made some a couple weeks ago using a Chili's copy cat recipe. they were simple to make and very tasty. I sure your product tasted much better. I believe it is time for round two on this dish. It's so simple but the taste is fantastic.…
  • Frank, glad to hear you are safe. Just watching Jim Cantore in your downtown. Looks like you guys took a pretty direct hit. Hope things hold together.
  • My bad Wilma was '05. How could I forget all the repairs? It looks like Gov. Jindal is getting things ready. I saw a reporter interviewing someone from the Corp. of Engineers last night on the news. He wouldn't comment on whether or not the modifie…
  • Hey Pat, I bet it has been awhile since your adjustable rig & drip pans looked that shiny.
  • I have outfitted my small & large with Tom's products. Woo2, extender, SS grids, drip pans, Spider & Wok for the large. SS grid & drip pan for the small. My next purchase will be a Woo2 for the Small. Wonderful products! I also have a C…
  • The erie thing is that the anniversary of Katrina hitting NOLA is Friday. Gustav should attack on Monday. Our (South FLA) last hair cut was from Wilma Oct. '06.
  • I have an 8000. Keep it attached all the time. I do shut of the valve & turn the lock on the switch.
  • No sir, especially since it seems to be cranking up to a Cat 3.
  • Yummy Soup makes a great recipe organizer for Macs.
  • Boxer, I'd hold that ticket. I can't imagine having to listen to the person you sold it to tell the story of how the ticket was purchased from you and...
  • Great looking Pie Jay, I'm hoping to put together a back to school Pizza Party for my daughter & her friends in a few weeks. Until then I believe I'll put in some practice repititions. :laugh: The 6 cheese blend sounds like a good option.
  • The Spider is a perfect fit for the 16" Carbon Steel Wok. Two things the Spider provides 1) since the Wok fits perfectly in the center ring of the spider you don't have to chase a moving Wok while stirring the mixture, 2) it provides you with two co…
    in Woks Comment by Wasted Words July 2008
  • They look better every time. Do I detect a mishap? :ohmy: I followed your directions a couple weeks ago and had great results. Sorry no pic.
  • Two things from this page. 1) Spider, 2) 16" wok. Assuming you have a LBGE. I've had both for awhile and they work great.
    in wok Comment by Wasted Words June 2008
  • I'd get a temperature read (i.e., what they can handle) on what the crew can handle first. Nothing like hearing them tell you "it's too smokey or it's too spicy". With that information in hand I'd go with some BBQ chicken on the raised grid. Or AZRP…
  • Nice...more SS!
  • Happy Birthday Mike! Have a safe and happy camping trip.
  • Mine will make nice toast in the morning. Might work nicely with a Fatty!!!
  • Welcome, great set up! Let's see, so you have a couple weeks to get your cook together for the NFL draft. A few months to practice for the NFL (College Football) season. :laugh: There is nothing better than spending Sundays with your BGE & wat…
  • Amen John, there are much more important things in life.
  • LOL, actually I was thinking about that. I was wondering if his wife had ever been impaled during a cooking session. NOt only does she have to watch out for the knives...Although it seems to be contained under that huge hat brim. :laugh:
  • Angie2b, that looks very impressive. Ohhh, more choices...
  • It seemed to work great for this guy. He cooked biscuits in the DO. He had it on an open fire (all he was cooking on) and placed hot coals on the lid. He cooked up some nice looking herb biscuits (sprinkled with Tarragon). I like the fact that the l…
  • Burn Baby Burn, after messy cooks I always push it up to 600-650 for as long as necessary to get the job done. Everything comes out nice and clean. You can pull out some of the really nasty lump if you want to cut down on the smoke. If not, Crank It…
  • Covered, my garage is now been turned into the Egg Kingdom. I just roll them out and fire them up. I like them being nice and secure. For some reason I value their safety more than I ever did my Weber gasser(s). :laugh:
  • First off, CONGRATULATIONS!!! I missed posting on the earlier tread about your victory. Well I thought I'd try out some new recipes for Adobo Chicken & BBQ Baked Beans, but all the posting about AZRP's chicken has been pushing the taste buds …
  • Watch out Mike! Things can go bad real quick. About a month ago there were two guys who shot each other over how one of them was mowing his lawn (only in S. FLA). I think the advise is right on the mark. Although, I would definitely start that diary…
  • Looks great, I've yet to produce any brisket. I guess it's time to get get to work. :laugh: It looks like the new tree is setting up very nice.
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