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  • Re: KCBS competition

    Full props for stepping up and giving it a go.  Bonus for the family tie-in across the board.  Take advantage of the other teams to learn some "inside the lines info".  Above all, have fun.  
  • Re: Tax return dinner

    Welcome aboard and enjoy the journey.  Above all, have fun.
    But be mindful of the interest-free loan you provided to the gubmint.

  • Re: I Have a Confession to Make.....

    A thread hi-jack question here... @reload , how's that 540i working out??
  • Re: SRF cap of ribeye - the cook

    @bhedges1987 -  I can relate to your conclusion based on my one-off experience with the SRF cap.  I do have some run-time with the Costco pinwheels (best unrolled for me-but would likely be a difficult sale).  All said, give this thread a look.  Turned out great.  FWIW-
      sub primal cap steak  
  • Re: Smoked jalapeno powder!

    @milesvdustin -  as you are well-versed in this process, I'm sure the dehydrator is a great finishing device.  I don't own one but run the low (around 170*F on the LBGE - once a year adventure at that dome temp) smoking process and it takes a good 24 hours to get them to the dried and ready for grinding look/feel without it.  
    Of course my entire process must be done outside.  Never started with frozen but will give it a go this year-mainly habaneros but last year a friend (?) had a goodly amount of Carolina Reapers and that powder will outlast my time on the planet.  
    Enjoy the process-looking good.
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