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  • Re: Yeti IPO

    Yep, Yeti moving into our hood. We have been watching the building going up.  It is alot nicer than the orginal location.  
    At the SpaceCity egg fest cooks were given Orca SS Chaser and it holds ice just as good as the Yeti.
    i still think the Pelican 45 was the best ice keeper we have owned.  It downfall for us was it is heavy when empty and really to heavy when full.  #1 son very happy with the Pelican
  • Re: Boiling water in Yeti

    Should work. Closed car in hot sun might work too.   
  • Re: VI is a friggen genius

    Miss VI's post too.   He one hell of a very good cook. Still have (and use miserly) the vanillas he made
  • Re: Heading to Austin for my 60th!

    If here for weekend recommend Snows in Lexington. Go early it is a holiday weekend and they are only opened on staurdays. Salt lick ok but not my first choice. Franklins is worth the wait. 
    Enjioy your birthday
  • Re: Vegan BBQ side dish needed

    Place a boatload of root veggies, tomatoes, pepper medley, butter, shrooms and herbs.and seal in HDAF and cook till aldente.  Remove from foil (reserve cooking liquid) place veggies on grill to finish. Reduce by half thereserved liquid, finish with more butter.  Pour over plated veggies.  I have done this at the Texas fest.  I have also done 4 lbs of marinated brussel sprouts...they were not vegitarian cause they were cooked in bacon fat.   :-)
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