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  • For all you Eggers working today..

    Brought the mini to work today and grilled brats for the guys working in the yard (railyard).

  • Re: 1st impression of the DigiQ DX2

    Did you say your pork started off at 65 degrees? Where are you storing it, the closet?
  • Re: Eggfest: To Cook or Not To Cook?

    I have cooked at 3 Eggfests in Birmingham. The first one was all by myself, 2nd year my wife joined me, and 3rd year a good buddy of mine joined us. I would definitely recommend cooking. Here are some of my personal tips:

    Find something that cooks fairly quickly: I've seen a few guys do ribs/butts, only to have them done right when the Eggfest was shutting down.

    Find something fairly easy and do as much prep as you can do at home.

    Display your recipes somehow because people are going to be asking you all day long. One year I printed them out and laminated the sheets and laid them on the table. Another year I created a blog and posted the recipes and just listed the link to the blog on my table

    Have fun.

  • Re: Fish help

    As info, went with the trout. Chopped up some garlic in melted butter to coat inside and out, S&P, and lemon/rosemary inside the cavity. I thought it turned out great, but Mrs. BGBG likes her fish like her eggs and steak; dry and tough
  • Re: Mystery--What is this Oxo Tool?

    The next time you have dinner guests, you should hand it to someone and say "here, I figured you could use this". Then enjoy as you watch them try to figure out what to do with it. If they do ask what to do with it, just laugh like they're being silly.
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