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  • I've a 15# prime prime rib, aged since the first week in December, looking pretty good. At 225° how long (indirect) might I need to cook?
  • I bought 2 bags of Wicked Good Lump from my local BGE store about a month ago, in the new white bags. Prior experience had been satisfactory, with big chunks, long burn times, and normal flavor. The most recent had tiny pieces, lots of dust, and con…
  • Thanks to all---the nakedwhiz site is VERY helpful. The process was to empty the BGE of all old unburnt charcoal, light 3 medium-sized BGE charcoal (used an electric lighter--not all that easy with such a small amount) and when burning, placed 4 2"x…
  • We brined 8 loin chops I cut from a whole Costco loin, each 1.25" to 1.5" for 60 minutes in a brine of brown sugar and salt (3 Tbsp each) and peppercorns in 1.5 Qt. water, rubbed 'em with Emeril Lagasse's Rustic Rub I made from Louisiana Real and Ru…
  • Thanks, all and especially BubbaTim. Your website is very, very helpful.
  • I order mine from, which was the cheapest, in a 5 Kg bag. I've also ordered it in 1 Kg bags which makes for easy dough making as a 1 Kg bag makes 5-6 perfect sized dough balls.
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