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    Thatís a lot of frog juice.


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    What in the hell could you have been doing that, after finishing the first 750 of sauternes, you thought to yourself "Yes, the right thing to do here is to open another bottle."?
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    Burgers wrapped in pork caul fat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cruiser View Post
    What in the hell could you have been doing that, after finishing the first 750 of sauternes, you thought to yourself "Yes, the right thing to do here is to open another bottle."?
    Should've had a

    *desert wines only were partially full before desert

    20 yr Girardin was pretty good... thanks for sharing juice, Buster
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    Hatch chiles hit the market.
    4 pound pork loin, tomatillos and some Serranos I had laying there for company.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norseman View Post
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    i was really digging that sauternes, iíve not tasted anything like it.

    buster is a hell of a host

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    And such is life when you are broke.

    Elk and venison backs marinated for the first pot luck I've been to in over 10 years...tomorrow.


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    Watcha cookin'?

    Good luck at the pot luck.
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    Just bought half of a cow. Soooo. Guess I need some good burger recipes.

    No hormones or antibiotics. Grass fed and grain finished in Clarksville, TN.

    383 pounds for 1183 plus the butcher fee. Just shy of 4 bucks a pound.
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    KISS

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    Sorry if mashed sucks but I like these tips. Biggest three for me is not over handling not packing the patties down too much and not over seasonig. People who said they liked my burgers before were blowing smoke up my ass. And, they will. Also, I find that the indent should be pretty substantial.


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    Frittata. Paired great with a sparkling wine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jong Lafitte View Post
    KISS

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.mashed.com/31794/10-mistakes-everyone-makes-cooking-burgers/%3famp=1

    Sorry if mashed sucks but I like these tips. Biggest three for me is not over handling not packing the patties down too much and not over seasonig. People who said they liked my burgers before were blowing smoke up my ass. And, they will. Also, I find that the indent should be pretty substantial.


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    I've been doing a bunch of smash burgers on my Blackstone recently. Good stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cruiser View Post
    Yeah, they're about as Mexican as I am. But I'll be damned if they don't come out tasting delicious.

    Shred a Costco chicken, make stock with the carcass, make green chile with a Costco size can of hatch chiles and the stock, spray pan with Costco cooking spray and add skim coat of chile, roll shredded chicken with Costco shredded Mexican cheese blend in Costco (flour) tortillas, top with more chile, bake 425 for 30ish minutes. Feeds a crowd pretty good.
    I'm sure they're tasty, but I'm curious - why do flour tortillas? Do you like them better than corn? Corn tortillas are a key part of enchiladas for me, the corn flavor and the way they soak up sauce and get soft and delicious (whereas flour tortillas get weirdly gummy under all that sauce). Just not sure what the advantage of using flour tortillas would be; I always find flour tortillas weird in enchiladas. (Costco sells corn tortillas too!)
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    Ugh, it's a sad reality that I'm forced to compromie on the tortillas in order to placate my kids who, almost to a man, refuse to eat corn tortillas. I've rationalized for long enough on this issue that I'm comfortable with the sacrifice in the near term, knowing full well that eventually they'll be old enough to tolerate the little bit of extra chew and flavor that a corn tortilla provides.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cruiser View Post
    Ugh, it's a sad reality that I'm forced to compromie on the tortillas in order to placate my kids who, almost to a man, refuse to eat corn tortillas. I've rationalized for long enough on this issue that I'm comfortable with the sacrifice in the near term, knowing full well that eventually they'll be old enough to tolerate the little bit of extra chew and flavor that a corn tortilla provides.
    That's a pretty solid explanation. I didn't like corn tortillas for a long time as a kid either. Someday they'll come around.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobby Stainless View Post
    I've been doing a bunch of smash burgers on my Blackstone recently. Good stuff.
    I would never have thought of doing burgers on anything other than my Big Green Egg... Once I got my Camp Chef flattop I have not once done my burgers on my Egg...! My flattop smash burgers are a regular request when we have friends over for dinner...

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    Hereís a strange question- anyone ever break their green egg?

    Itís an odd set of circumstances that I wonít bore anyone with but the whole bottom part of mine cracked today:

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    Anyone ever hear of getting a replacement part for (basically) the bottom section of one of these?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobby Stainless View Post
    Just bought half of a cow. Soooo. Guess I need some good burger recipes.

    No hormones or antibiotics. Grass fed and grain finished in Clarksville, TN.

    383 pounds for 1183 plus the butcher fee. Just shy of 4 bucks a pound.
    Damn, cow is cheaper there. More than twice that price per pound for all grass fed quarter cow here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobby Stainless View Post
    Just bought half of a cow. Soooo. Guess I need some good burger recipes.

    No hormones or antibiotics. Grass fed and grain finished in Clarksville, TN.

    383 pounds for 1183 plus the butcher fee. Just shy of 4 bucks a pound.
    Bolognese, of course.

    Don't forget the chicken livers and nutmeg...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnwriter View Post
    Hereís a strange question- anyone ever break their green egg?

    Itís an odd set of circumstances that I wonít bore anyone with but the whole bottom part of mine cracked today:

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    Anyone ever hear of getting a replacement part for (basically) the bottom section of one of these?


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    Quando paramucho mi amore de felice carathon.
    Mundo paparazzi mi amore cicce verdi parasol.
    Questo abrigado tantamucho que canite carousel.


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    You think that would actually work? The whole thing is cracked all the way across and on the bottom as well. Im not all that inclined to do all that work for the hell of it. Everything Iíve read said Iíll lose all the high heat qualities ( I. E. If itís not sealed super well it wonít hold its heat. Plus JB weld will break down at higher temps and become viscous.

    I am ok with buying a new bottom portion as long as itís not dentist expensive.


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    Iím going to my local dealer tomorrow to see if I can get a new bottom portion.


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    Quando paramucho mi amore de felice carathon.
    Mundo paparazzi mi amore cicce verdi parasol.
    Questo abrigado tantamucho que canite carousel.


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    Or...buy a new bottom
    Quando paramucho mi amore de felice carathon.
    Mundo paparazzi mi amore cicce verdi parasol.
    Questo abrigado tantamucho que canite carousel.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ~mikey b View Post
    Good luck at the pot luck.
    Was a hit.

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