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  • SonVolt said: Wondering why bibs aren't socially acceptable for adults.  if  you need the lobster plates with the lobster eating directions, then yes, bibs are acceptable.  
  • nolaegghead said: ...20 qt pot, I think. froze some eye of round up til a few years ago i never seen eye round presliced and cryo'd.   alot less work.  if you have extras try a bulgogi marinade and hit it in a wok, i snack on it all wee…
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  • this is info i found on treager before The base wood if you are on the west coast is alder and the east coast is oak.   Mesquite or Hickory 100% base wood (alder or oak) with flavor oils no actual Mesquite or Hickory wood in the pellet  …
  • looking at this one now, looks plenty big enough.  reviews not too too bad. would be nice in the boat, always drained batteries in the boat and pulling a 115 hp over by hand is not so fun JUMTOP 2500A Peak 20800mAh https://www.amazon.com/JUMT…
  • watched one of those jump boxes start a cummings deisel this morning.  googling looks like they nolonger exist more searching
  • frazzdaddy said: fishlessman said: ColtsFan said: Carolina Q said: ColtsFan said: PatsFan70 said: PS...I’m sure I’m in the minority, but GO PATS! BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Hmmm, who's…
  • ColtsFan said: Carolina Q said: ColtsFan said: PatsFan70 said: PS...I’m sure I’m in the minority, but GO PATS! BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Hmmm, who's still playing? Who's watching the rest of the season…
  • trex 123 strip loin 127 ribeye works for me and rest it on a rack, not on a plate
  • looking at jump boxes, lil lightning rp2 or rp3.  anyone familiar with them and which holds a charge and which doesnt, any recommendations for a different manuf.
  • its all the distributor. last time i just called them and they just sent the parts to the closest dealer.  while some ask for documents or where you bought it, i really doubt anything is ever documented
  • cant go wrong with  steak and eggs for breakfast with a bloodymary
  • everyone thinks we suck and we cant win a game
  • GATraveller said: What do we use black mustard seeds for? cats ribs and im pickling some to top some salmon stuffed shrooms this weekend. see how it goes with the salmon shrooms
  • JohnInCarolina said: Carolina Q said: Julie's ABT Dip... https://eggheadforum.com/discussion/856824/abt-dip I don’t know how I haven’t seen that before but I love that idea!  she has a lobster dip recipe floating around…
  • probably the only one to do this but i usually have a bean pot or two going for this type of cook, it will keep the cooler temp up most of a day. 8 to 10 hours if need be
  • my towel or the dogs towel,  just kidding, theres just the one towel.  wonder how many over the years went out and bought a towel for this method
  • these are like specks
  • Carolina Q said: No juniper berries at Patel's Indian market, but they did have 7 oz of black mustard seeds for $2.49. the micro mustard seeds i found were maybe 4 to 5 times smaller, i would not of even guessed they were whole seeds
  • caliking said: I’ve usually used the smaller black mustard seeds and yellow mustard seeds, since that’s what my mom always used. I don’t think there is a discernible difference in flavor.  the store owner said her mom always used the …
  • took so long to make the abt's the first few times i would have paid a buck each.  its down to maybe less than a minute a piece now. for something so simple i dont understand why it used to take so long.  the market basket i buy from started making …
  • green lightning shrimp, its not too spicy, i like it poured over a steak with extra sauce. mexican shrimp cocktail, it keeps in the fridge for a few days https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/228393/authentic-mexican-shrimp-cocktail-coctel-de-camar…
  • JohnInCarolina said: Yeah, one set is bigger than the other, smaller set.   was told the smaller ones packed more punch but all i could think of was theres more in a cup probably hand sorted as well
  • Sundown said: I still have a shed full of Wicked Good. Last I looked it was in short supply because of the trade crap that going on. The only lump I've ever used in fact. heres hoping it is the old comp blend in the shed
  • i believe its still breaking down the collagen as the internals back down to about 175 degrees.  briskets also dry out incredibly fast if sliced open right off the grill, incredibly fast
  • just wondering if the fat on a brisket improves with flavor like it does on a dry aged ribeye
  • JohnInCarolina said: fishlessman said: JohnInCarolina said: fishlessman said: JohnInCarolina said: I really do learn something useful every day here.   get a blue collar job in the trades and you will …
  • nolaegghead said: fishlessman said: JohnInCarolina said: fishlessman said: JohnInCarolina said: I really do learn something useful every day here.   get a blue collar job in the trades and you will hea…
  • JohnInCarolina said: fishlessman said: JohnInCarolina said: I really do learn something useful every day here.   get a blue collar job in the trades and you will hear it often enough YOU may even hear worse things …
  • for the most part i just buy cheap and affordable and its usually the hated cowboy lump.  have tried most of them and found its just more about lighting it and waiting for it to start burning clean (some take longer to burn clean)
  • JohnInCarolina said: I really do learn something useful every day here.   get a blue collar job in the trades and you will hear it often enough YOU may even hear worse things
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