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  • Re: tomato sandwiches

    Peeled, sliced better boy tomato, super fresh white bunny bread, duke's mayo, salt, pepper, heaven.
  • Re: Garlic in SV?

    I've never really dealt with fresh garlic cloves, I've always gone this route...I have a jar of chopped and minced in my fridge... 1/2 a tsp = 1 clove of garlic.image
    Bourdain strongly disagrees with this stuff:

    “Avoid at all costs that vile spew you see rotting in oil in screwtop jars. Too lazy to peel fresh? You don't deserve to eat garlic.” - Anthony Bourdain

  • Re: Lets see your set- up (pics)

    I currently live in a downtown loft with no patio/balcony.  I walk to work and restaurants, the river and quarter anytime I want which is awesome, but the Egg has no home.  She has been staying with my parents and I only get to cook on the weekend.  Finally rectified that situation, just had our offer accepted on a house, so this is the future home of my Egg.  

    This summer it will just sit in a nest under there, but next summer I plan to build an outdoor kitchen with the egg table & prep area on the near side of the fireplace with a hood venting into the fireplace chimney and then 2 burners and a sink on the far side of the fire place

    Not sure if I want to do something with stone or put in wood cabinets.  Any ideas or input about storage options, cabinets, etc. would be greatly appreciated.  So incredibly excited about finally having a backyard!
  • Re: Another greatest BBQ across the US article:

    Surprised there is Boston and New York Joints, but no Georgia or Carolinas.
  • Re: America's 5 Best BBQ Hotspots (according to Maxim)

    I highly disagree with The Joint being on this list.  I am from New Orleans, but spent my college days in Texas and got my law degree in Georgia, so I have sampled my fair share of BBQ.  

    The Joint does not belong on any national lists.  It is okay for New Orleans BBQ, but that is not saying much.  The Shed in Ocean Springs, MS and Williamson Brothers BBQ in Marietta, GA are both far superior to The Joint, not to mention countless other places.
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