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  • You can use chunks of oak but unfortunately it won't yield Franklin results. Stick burners burn wood at high temperatures creating more of a clean smoke profile. Lump hardwood creates a different smoke as it smolders the fire with the lower temps.  …
  • Carolina Q said: WeberWho said: Carolina Q said: Cooking it now in fact. We'll see how it goes. Then, I'll go to the restaurant and see what it's supposed to taste like.  Awesome! Last night's pho was FAR from awes…
    in PHO Comment by WeberWho January 17
  • nolaegghead said: here we go... Nice!
    in PHO Comment by WeberWho January 17
  • Botch said: WeberWho said: The Oriental Market is less than 10 minutes away and full of all kinds of different variety of food/spices. It's a mind trip! I have no excuse not to go and indulge myself into another culture for a few minutes. …
    in PHO Comment by WeberWho January 16
  • CPARKTX said: Very impressive! Thank you!
    in PHO Comment by WeberWho January 16
  • Carolina Q said: Cooking it now in fact. We'll see how it goes. Then, I'll go to the restaurant and see what it's supposed to taste like.  Awesome!
    in PHO Comment by WeberWho January 16
  • Carolina Q said: I've never had pho, but it looks and sounds delicious! Kenji has a pressure cooker version of pho ga that takes only an hour including pressurizing time. Gonna have to give it a shot. https://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2015/0…
    in PHO Comment by WeberWho January 15
  • blasting said: @WeberWho . that looks great, and hats off for all the effort.  You ought to start more threads - this was an interesting read. Thanks Blasting!  You'd think I'm an extrovert after reading all that gibberish. I'm surpris…
    in PHO Comment by WeberWho January 15
  • Thatgrimguy said: I've still not tried Pho. Been high on my list but just haven't done it yet. Need to get on that before it's hot outside again. A which point soups just lose their luster. I know exactly what you mean. Soup is always …
    in PHO Comment by WeberWho January 15
  • Herky said: If you are still looking for good spicy fried chicken go here https://www.revivalrestaurants.com/ Thanks for the recommendation. I think I've heard about this place before. I'll have to give this place a try. I didn't realize…
    in PHO Comment by WeberWho January 15
  • bgebrent said: Love pho. Great effort brother. Thanks!
    in PHO Comment by WeberWho January 15
  • gdenby said: Looks like a great 1st try. Didn't know there were packs of spices just for it. Care to post an ingredients list? I haven't tried pho, but have been working on broth for some years.  @gdenby I definitely recommend tr…
    in PHO Comment by WeberWho January 15
  • Photo Egg said: WeberWho said: There's a guy on the Brethren who was asking $3k for his gasser. He paid 8k new. He put it on Ebay with no reserve. Less than 13 hours left and the current bid of $560 hasn't moved since yesterday.  http…
  • There's a guy on the Brethren who was asking $3k for his gasser. He paid 8k new. He put it on Ebay with no reserve. Less than 13 hours left and the current bid of $560 hasn't moved since yesterday.  https://www.ebay.com/itm/Viking-VGBQ532-3RT-E-Pro…
  • That looks amazing Cali! Wow!
  • Botch said: @WeberWho I'm floored that you tried making phò after only having it once, Bravo!  Every recipe I've read included a "beef brisket", just for the broth!  Because I live alone, the $9/bowl I pay at my favorite place is so much more …
    in PHO Comment by WeberWho January 15
  • nolaegghead said: WeberWho said: HeavyG said: Very nice! That's something I've always wanted to try making myself but: 1. Too lazy. 2. Good pho place literally right around the corner. Thanks! I agree with Nola. I…
    in PHO Comment by WeberWho January 15
  • thetrim said: Pho King Nice Work Ha. Thanks!
    in PHO Comment by WeberWho January 14
  • HeavyG said: Very nice! That's something I've always wanted to try making myself but: 1. Too lazy. 2. Good pho place literally right around the corner. Thanks! I agree with Nola. I can see making a bunch for later.  @nolaegghead W…
    in PHO Comment by WeberWho January 14
  • StillH2OEgger said: What a great and adventurous cook. Well done, sir! Thanks!
    in PHO Comment by WeberWho January 14
  • I know some of you guys balk at the idea of your wife using the egg. You miss the opportunities like this pulling up in the driveway 
  • nolaegghead said: "Parboil bones. Place bones in stockpot (minimum 12-quart capacity) and cover with cold water. Over high heat, bring to boil. Boil vigorously 2 to 3 minutes to allow impurities to be released. Dump bones and water into sink an…
    in PHO Comment by WeberWho January 14
  • nolaegghead said: I don't have clarity issues if I do the process in the vietnamese kitchen website. I followed a recipe very similar to the one you posted. A few people had posted that the broth had the slightest film they could feel on…
    in PHO Comment by WeberWho January 14
  • nolaegghead said: Looks good! Thanks!
    in PHO Comment by WeberWho January 14
  • caliking said: WOW! That looks pho-nomenal Very nicely done. I've recently gained a whole new appreciation for what it takes to make good broth. But what a difference it can make. There is a technique using egg whites to clarify broth, whic…
    in PHO Comment by WeberWho January 14
  • SmokeyPitt said: It looks really great man. You know you have to combine some kind of BBQ with Pho and call it "Pho-Q".  Note proper pronunciation to make this joke somewhat funny. Much appreciated. It might be perfect candidate for so…
    in PHO Comment by WeberWho January 14
  • g8golfer said: Awesome cook. I have always wanted to try Pho but never had the chance.  Thanks! I highly recommend giving it a try. Definitely worth your time
    in PHO Comment by WeberWho January 14
  • YEMTrey said: WeberWho said: Stopped over at my buddies. Yes he likes to gamble. I have a friend exactly like this.  Add a big dry erase board loaded with all the lines and you have the picture. It's way too much goin…
  • Stopped over at my buddies. Yes he likes to gamble.
  • Tossed some onions and ginger on the large. Getting the broth put together for Pho tomorrow 
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