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  • I was also graceful today, walking across the parking lot at work.  I was luckier, because I escaped uninjured thanks to my natural padding.  However, there's a security camera aimed out that door, so now I wait to see if I become "entertainment"
  • That looks great!
  • I don't have a recommendation for steakhouse or BBQ, but I can tell you: do not go to Assiago's (Italian).  We were looking for a good place with fresh-made pasta.  Assiago's was top-rated.  The tables were jammed right on top of each other, and we …
  • Chicken and dumplings with cornbread!
  • You said there was no thing here.  Now there is.
    in Nothing here Comment by LDR October 2017
  • That looks great.  How did you do your dry brine?
  • In case you're not aware, the Ceramic Grill Store is located in Denton.  I'd wager they can help you out. https://ceramicgrillstore.com/
  • DMW said: Legume said: @DMW do yourself a favor and stop in at Eastern Bakery right near wok shop and get some pork buns and other treats. Thanks for the tip. We figured we'd head to Chinatown and be able to find something to ea…
  • Looks great - makes me think of sandwiches from the leftovers, like cubanos.
    in Pork Loin Comment by LDR September 2017
  • It all looks great!!  I have a tough time trying to find a stuffed mushroom recipe I like.  I got addicted to the ones at Steak and Ale, and then all the ones around here closed.
  • What do you usually find in the middle of four Methodists... a fifth
  • Here's another thread.  I eventually added a small fan to the left rear corner - USB powered. http://eggheadforum.com/discussion/1181767/stoker-rain-protection/p1
  • So far, it's my family's favorite use of the egg.  Whole turkeys and bone-in breasts both are great.  Go light on the smoking wood - very light. A fifteen pounder took just under four hours at 350 degrees indirect.  Rubbed with sage butter and plac…
  • That's looks great.  I really need to try baking some, but I always cringe when I see the time involved.  I just need to have less of a "last minute" approach on it.  I got a couple of cast iron DO at Christmas last year, and still haven't broken …
  • If you have a warranty, I'd turn in for a replacement and store the replacement until you've got to switch. I wouldn't worry about cooking with it like that unless it's sitting on a wooden deck attached to your house.  If so, I might be concerned …
  • That is really amazing. Harvest Foods?  I haven't been there in a while.  Did you notice any tri-tip there?  I've been having to go to Benton.
    in Hunk of cow Comment by LDR August 2017
  • That looks amazing.  I would have been tempted to just start gnawing them right off the skewers.
  • You're okay until your mangrate rusts.
  • It should work right to the point that it rusts completely through, so... many years.  When the day comes, consider the High Que grate.
  • I want to cook at it, but it would be tough.  There's a big project at work the week before, and vacation starts the Tuesday after.  If nothing else, I'll show up as a taster.
  • Heh - here's a link to the discussion where I saw the onions http://eggheadforum.com/discussion/comment/2186614#Comment_2186614 I used onions a little over three inches in diameter, cored with a paring knife, and then hollowed them out a bit more…
  • I recently got my firebox and fire ring replaced.  It just took a photo and a scanned copy of the receipt emailed to a local dealer.  Unless you're willing to pay shipping costs, it just gets added onto their next shipment.  It only took two weeks f…
    in Firebox Comment by LDR August 2017
  • That looks great.  I've always enjoyed grouper, but have not yet made it myself.
  • I think I need to make these hams two at a time, to keep the freezer stocked.  SWMBO was recently unhappy to discover there was no more ham in there.  So, I know what's going onto the grid this weekend.
  • And by the way - thanks to Congo Fireplace and Patio for getting in a warranty replacement of firebox and fire ring in less than two weeks.
  • I was in Congo today and they had a good supply at $18 for twenty pounds.
  • But, that's exactly how I clean it - FLAMES!!! I guess I tend to clean it once in a while, but don't get too exuberant about it.  I'll foil the platesetter if I expect a lot of mess, but a foil pan tends to do the job usually - maybe a bit of a scra…
  • That looks great - what was your temp and about how long did it take for that chicken?
    in Leftovers Comment by LDR July 2017
  • I've seen one at this dealer in Conway.  It was last summer when I was last in there, but I believe it had been there a while.. Backyard Paradise 807 Bill Dean Drive Conway,AR 72032 501.329.5511
  • We don't really have a choice here in Little Rock.  Costco doesn't come into Arkansas.  I've despised going in Sam's for years because of the crowds and long lines.  With that new Scan and Go app, it's great - no line at all, just have to show your …
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