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  • nolaegghead said: fishlessman said: nolaegghead said: Corned beef is technically salted.   It is almost always also nitrite cured.  It will taste like salty roast beef if it is only corned (corned name derived from kernels of …
  • nolaegghead said: Corned beef is technically salted.   It is almost always also nitrite cured.  It will taste like salty roast beef if it is only corned (corned name derived from kernels of salt). Pastrami is smoked corned, cured beef with a r…
  • my thoughts its cured in salt only "grey corned beef"  with the odd uncured logo on it.  most butchers near me use kosher salt only, no red curing salts
  • theres also the fancy french composting urinal for the city slickers....wave to the neighbors
  • Botch said: FanOfFanboys said: could try planting some of these around property perimeter  http://holtkamphvac.com/11-plants-herbs-that-naturally-repel-mosquitoes/ I bought a potted plant that was supposed to repel mosquitoes,…
  • FanOfFanboys said: also, can the ashes from the lump charcoal be used in the compost? this depends more on what your lawn soil ph is, the garden ph, what ph the plant likes. my lawn soil is acidic, wood ash goes on the lawn here. i keep …
  • karma and prayers sent, hoping for the best
  • FanOfFanboys said: I live in the city so I have an average size yard. I would like a pretty small compost. just something to throw egg shells, fruit and vegetable peels, etc in. I assume there is not much to it but like to get some opinions do…
  • oldgeezeystax said: Think I could cover one with pastrami seasoning and smoke in the egg? corned beef ruebens are pretty tasty, most sandwich shops here carry both cb and pastrami for sandwiches and ruebens.  if you have a pressure cooke…
  • after you survive black fly season in maine, the mosquitos arent too bad i dont think the bats and tree swallows in the yard put in the slightest dent to the population. bug spray is a must near the water unless its windy
  • money talks, a paper published in astrophysics ....walks
  • the witch that tried to steal  160k from me was born on this day
  • thanks everyone, copied them all.  sundays decision,  these med changes have been like having the flu for three weeks
  • buzd504 said: Wouldn't an uncured ham be a picnic?  It doesn't really become "ham" until it's cured right? picnic is front leg, ham is rear. bothe can be fresh or cured. i buy picnics either way, fresh ham here is special order
  • havent seen a fresh (uncured) ham posted in a decade or more. its either roasted, or can be slow cooked into a pull and i believe it needs to be wrapped at the end til pullable. ive never done nor even seen one.  if its a cured ham, lots of recipes …
  • nolaegghead said: https://m.bassmaster.com/news/access-louisiana-public-or-private BASS should be fighting this, not bowing out.  if they lose, get audubon to close the whole thing, theres gotta be a rare bird nesting in there, close the…
  • Sea2Ski said: Fish, how have you not done a rack of lamb yet????   As stated above, salt pepper garlic and rosemary. If you have DP red eye express, they nailed it perfectly for lamb. Indirect at 225 then 500f indirect sear just before serving…
  • meanwhile, while back on the ranch
  • HeavyG said: fishlessman said: Eoin said: alaskanassasin said: It’s more about protecting our natural resources.  Some fish cops have their hats on too tight. Some rules are ridiculous. Some areas are policed more tha…
  • poster said: edit button doesn't want to work to add this to my reply. Also I was at 134 not 132 that looks good. the color with sousvide at these higher temps is something i will never understand
  • SonVolt said: I love me some rack of lamb. Takes all the garlic and rosemary you can throw at it.  The fat on Lamb can flare up something fierce so be mindful of how you sear. I get the best results going with a direct low 'n slow and searing a…
  • Eoin said: alaskanassasin said: It’s more about protecting our natural resources.  Some fish cops have their hats on too tight. Some rules are ridiculous. Some areas are policed more than others.   On the other hand there are a lot of …
  • northGAcock said: GATraveller said: saluki2007 said: GATraveller said: northGAcock said: In recovery from yoga this evening. I think I’ll just sleep right here.  I made fun of yoga until I got to that…
  • @eme have you made pork belly burnt ends yet,   its a bacon candy game changer
  • Eoin said: fishlessman said: Eoin said: SonVolt said: GrateEggspectations said: Just kickin’ around the U.K..... *rubs eyes* - is that, is that a Burger King?  The dark side of American Cultural I…
  • #slowforum  just wonder how that happened
  • jtcBoynton said: Ozzie_Isaac said: Use turbinado sugar instead of regular brown sugar.  It has a higher burn temp. This seems to be commonly believed in the BBQ world.  Regular brown sugar and turbinado sugar are chemically nea…
  • you can rock the gyutos just fine, they work better with a slight rock/forward slice motion.  this chipping notion with these knives is over rated, i have not chipped a kitchen knife in 20 years, dont put a knife in the sink. the chefknivesto go is …
  • Eoin said: SonVolt said: GrateEggspectations said: Just kickin’ around the U.K..... *rubs eyes* - is that, is that a Burger King?  The dark side of American Cultural Imperialism I guess...  Most of our high …
  • SonVolt said: I always take mine to the sink to rinse out the grease, else you risk building up the wrong kind of seasoning that ends up flaking off when you deglaze.  grease in the sink is not the best idea, those drain pipes clog up ev…
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