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    I liken it to a binding malfunction or design flaw. Like the marker kingpin. Iíll deal with warranty and maybe if this isnít such a unique thing and it happens they may know that and warranty it. Still itís fucked up but I canít help being pissed about spending another $450. Thatís a lot of hookers and blow


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    Quote Originally Posted by oftpiste View Post
    Just an easy summer dinner, farmers market produce abundant, and a little Chassagne Montrachet.
    On the poop deck of your yacht ?
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    Yacht's poop deck much too small. This is the pee deck of my castle.
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    Thats an issue with the nests. Ive had to repeatedly tighten my nuts... Heh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnwriter View Post
    I liken it to a binding malfunction or design flaw. Like the marker kingpin. I’ll deal with warranty and maybe if this isn’t such a unique thing and it happens they may know that and warranty it. Still it’s fucked up but I can’t help being pissed about spending another $450. That’s a lot of hookers and blow


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    $450 is a "lot of hookers and blow"? You apparently get street girls and crappy cut up coke if $450 is a "lot".

    Sorry about the egg, I'd be so mad
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    For $450 I can get a gummy from trixie, enough meth not to be able to figure out whether s(he)ís a trannie and use the cracked egg as my bidet in my Bronx one step walk up.


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    FWIW - Big green egg customer service is amazing they seemed to understand and appreciate what happened although he said that was the first heíd ever heard of it happening. They warrantied a replacement caster and the entire bottom part of the green egg.

    Just a quick shoutout for them and now Iíll GTFO of the cooking thread.


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    Penne in homemade vodka sauce, Caesar salad, fresh baked sourdough bread and a nice Pinot Noir. After pictures only.

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    Watcha cookin'?

    Not cooking but anywhoo

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    100 degree day, meet iced watermelon and high life.

    Picked up some hot fried chicken too, just gotta cool that down into cold fried chicken and we got a mini summer fiesta here.
    If we're gonna wear uniforms, we should all wear somethin' different!

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    Wahoo Crudo with olive oil I brought back from Corsica

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    Tell me more about that^


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    What is it and what do I need to make some?


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    High quality raw wahoo, cherry tomatoes, cucumber, fresh herbs, good olive oil, and salt, it would appear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pegleg View Post
    High quality raw wahoo, cherry tomatoes, cucumber, fresh herbs, good olive oil, and salt, it would appear.
    Almost any fresh fish will do
    Fluke
    Stripe bass
    Scallops
    Black Sea bass
    Kampachi
    Hamachi
    Tuna
    I would not use oily fish like salmon
    Great olive oil and salt like Fleur de Sel is the key to any great dish

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    Watcha cookin'?

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    Prime rib eye, chimichurri, taters, dill cuke slaw
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    Chocolate cream pie (a little mangled as first slice)
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    Frittata: Bacon, Red Onion, Spinich, Tomato, zucchini, and Cheddar. For whatever reason, I'd never made a frittata before. This won't be my last.
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    Finishing up a pork tenderloin for a sandwich right meow. Whole chicken and some wings on the Egg for tonight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobby Stainless View Post
    Finishing up a pork tenderloin for a sandwich right meow. Whole chicken and some wings on the Egg for tonight.
    Do you find this funny, meow?

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    Mexi slaw and grilled thighs smothered in roasted tomato-arbol chile salsa.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobby Stainless View Post
    Finishing up a pork tenderloin for a sandwich right meow. Whole chicken and some wings on the Egg for tonight.
    I'm not a sous vide fanatic, but there are certain things it's really good for. Pork tenderloin is one of them - you can get it perfectly pink and tender edge to edge every time, with a nice sear in a cast iron pan (or a screaming hot grill) afterwards. I do it at 140 and it's amazing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yellofin View Post
    Almost any fresh fish will do
    Fluke
    Stripe bass
    Scallops
    Black Sea bass
    Kampachi
    Hamachi
    Tuna
    I would not use oily fish like salmon
    Great olive oil and salt like Fleur de Sel is the key to any great dish
    Nice. I made scallop ceviche recently and it was really good and perfect for summer. This looks like another great option.


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    Ceviches are yummy

    How about some goat wraps?
    Goat shoulder slathered in ancho chile mole
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    Roast at 300F in covered dutch oven until the meat falls apart
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    Throw into tortillas with avacados, cotija or queso fresco, pickled onions, salsa and whatever else tickles your fancy
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    Oh hellll yes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buke View Post
    Frittata: Bacon, Red Onion, Spinich, Tomato, zucchini, and Cheddar. For whatever reason, I'd never made a frittata before. This won't be my last.
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    So easy, so clutch

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