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  • when I'm home alone for the day, it's Eggs Benedict with shredded hash browns for a late breakfast and a porterhouse with new potatoes for an early supper.  Sometimes I can actually hear my arteries slamming shut...
  • On a trip to Dallas, we visited a place called Snuffer's.  It's famous around there and I saw it on multiple "best of" lists.  It's got about a dozen locations.  We got a couple of appetizers and two different dishes, and it was all horrible, but we…
  • I've found them at a few dealers around here.  Ken Rash had them, and the place in Conway near ****'s Sporting Goods had them, but I've not really noticed them in a while - one way or the other.
    in BGE Magnet Comment by LDR July 2017
  • I'm not saying it's directly related, but I just finished my first bag of Royal Oak and...
  • I'm holding onto my last seven bags of OO, so decided to try Royal Oak that was on sale.  If you get a chance to try it, don't. Fortunately, my Rockwood arrived.
    in Charcoal Comment by LDR July 2017
  • Also, it appears the 24 stranded high-temp is available at omega now at less-than-spool quantities, using the part number builder at the bottom. http://www.omega.com/pptst/XC_K_TC_WIRE.html GG-K-24S is: 88.00 for 100' 50.50 for 50' 31.50 for 25'
  • First  of all - thanks for saving me some cash! My question is: what do you recommend for fixing the wires in place within the tubes?  I wasn't paying attention at 6:00 in the morning and grabbed the wire instead of the probe.  Of course, the prob…
  • You could take that same money, and the ongoing propane money, and have a modest whiskey budget.
  • The Royal Oak definitely had a stronger smoke flavor on its own, even for a quick grill of some chicken breasts.
  • SloppyJoe said: Where do you find parkers in Little Rock?  Asking for my brother.  I believe he got it at Congo Fireplace and Patio in Benton.
  • My inexperienced guess was that Rockwood would be my replacement, but that Royal Oak would be fine for grilling. I had forgotten about Parker's at Congo.  It's dangerous to go in there - I keep looking at a possible second egg.
  • I got ten bags and headed to self-checkout, planning to scan and pay twice.  The woman at the stand scanned a bag and hit x10 at her station - no problem. She was amazed that anyone needed ten bags.
  • @Biggreenpharmacist Maybe an inappropriate question to ask a pharmacist - who's your dealer?
  • Killit_and_Grillit said: Not much in Brentwood. There is a new"er" restaurant there called Uncle Julios I have heard good things about.   I'm familiar with Uncle Julio's, since it's popular in Dallas, which is where we tend to run away f…
  • Nice, and it's not your fault if you have to go purchase the appropriate new accessories...
  • Thanks for the help, everyone.  It will pretty much all be new to us.  I'd not been to Nashville before last October.  Mom turned 72 and wanted to go, so the whole clan went.  It's just me and my immediate supervisor this time, so we're going to fit…
  • EggNashville said: where are you staying in town? We'll be in Brentwood, and will be running all over town for six days.  We don't have much of a set schedule - just a long list of possibilities.  The only certainties are hitting Love…
  • Looks like part of a SpiroGraph set. 
  • Another vote for the Cuban sandwich.  We also make soft tacos with it, and egg rolls.
  • Biggreenpharmacist said: LDR said: Woody's Bar-B-Q Dry Rub, especially since it's a product from my home state.  It doesn't hurt that Sam's Club sells 22 ounces of it for under seven bucks.  I do mix it 50/50 with garlic powder occas…
  • Woody's Bar-B-Q Dry Rub, especially since it's a product from my home state.  It doesn't hurt that Sam's Club sells 22 ounces of it for under seven bucks.  I do mix it 50/50 with garlic powder occasionally. 
  • Ozzie_Isaac said: Biggreenpharmacist said: Personally, I wrap it really tight in foil and warm in a slow oven. About 225 and keep close eye on it.  I have an oven, but how do I tell if it is a slow oven? Does it cheer fo…
  • What's the hot and fast favorite?  I'll run out of my Ozark Oak stash this year, and it's all I've ever used.
  • +1 on the poodle mixes, like a golden doodle or labradoodle (we have a maltipoo).  But really, take up a drug habit instead, it'll be cheaper.
  • Botch said: LDR said: Considering how to best do French bread pizza on the egg Make a thread on it, that sounds interesting.   It appears Griffin beat me to it http://eggheadforum.com/discussion/1147905/french-bread-pizz…
  • Considering how to best do French bread pizza on the egg
  • I seemed to be a heathen for not having thought of it already!  She probably wouldn't have liked my initial response about just letting her maltipoo lick them clean!
  • So, I'm trying to figure out a menu for Texarkana and how to best rotate or mix and match it, and SWMBO is asking if I've thought about where to get doilies to put onto the serving platters.  Ya know, so they'll be easier to clean between rounds. F…
  • The Roadie is my most used cooler, although I actually use it as an anti-cooler (FTC).  It's the right size for a few butts or even a moderate sized turkey.
  • +1 on the flat skewers.  I've got some flat 10" Cuisinart skewers, and I like that they are shorter than the ones I used previously.  It makes arranging them on the grid much easier. https://www.amazon.com/Cuisinart-CSKS-166-Stainless-Steel-Skewer…
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