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    Just me for dinner tonight, so I made a sirloin steak SV (127F for 1 hour from frozen), seared with a torch then seasoned with salt, pepper and dill seeds. Served with white corn on the cob, salad and a few glasses of Old Soul Old Vine 2013 Zinfandel.

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      I'd guess time was a consideration but I like to take sirloin out to about 8hours.

    Fired up both toys for a small gathering. Two butts and a chuck! Will be cooking brats and burgers on the Webber as people arrive.
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      Sweeeet!

    Costco pork belly....again. I love that stuff.

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      Meatloaf casserole made with the leftover meatloaf. I make this by boiling up the noodles then combining with the meatloaf and a ketchup/sugar sauce that's about the same as the meatloaf glaze. This time I tried something a bit different: I added an egg to the sauce to see if it would bind the mixture a bit. Nope. I also added peas. Last, I sprayed the panko on top with a bit of olive oil to make the topping crispier. That worked.

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        DALLAS COWBOYS!!





        Almost zero carbs cheesecake. Folks didn't know until I told them that it was low carb cake. Right after they ate it all. HAHAHA

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          If that QB keeps playing like that Romo might have an extended recovery schedule.😁

        • Ernest
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          I hope so Breadhead

        • Potkettleblack
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          Recipe for the cheesecake?

        Fried chicken done with the AirFryer. The corn looked past its prime in the store, should have trusted my instincts.

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          I regret that I had no time to take photos, but I did a practice run for the 2 turkeys I'm supposed to smoke this Thanksgiving. Used some locally sourced cherry and maple wood for the smoke and followed Meathead's Ultimate Smoked Turkey recipe to the letter. My 10 year old son and I couldn't resist tearing off the wings as an appetizer when when I took it off. The skin on the wings was so crispy he lost a baby tooth biting into it! Literally the best turkey I have ever had!

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          • AZRedneck
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            If yer teeth fall out its a good meal.

          • Breadhead
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            You can never go wrong following Meathead's recipes and cooking instructions.👍

          Just a lil shrimp on the barbie. Grill grates preformed excellent, as always. (Haha, The dude also threw in one small scallop too, on accident. )
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            Last edited by JeffJ; September 19, 2016, 05:44 PM.

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              Annual party at my house that is known as "Grill Day".

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                Beautiful!

              • Spinaker
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                Hell yeah!!🔥🤘🔥🍻👊🏻

              • ecowper
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                Dang, looks good!

              Eggs fresh from our chickens, last of a pork butt, and some homemade bacon .... Even my breakfast is all about AmazingRibs! Click image for larger version

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                El Pollo Loco-style chicken again. This time I forgot to add the yellow food coloring! These took about 45 minutes at 425F on the Rec Tec. Served with pinto beans doctored with a bit of Sweet Baby Ray's Hickory BBQ sauce, salad and the last of the Old Soul Zin.

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                  First cook on new PBC. 7 lb oven stuffer and babybacks.
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                    Thanks to all you PBCers (doc) for all your help.

                    One note of caution. Do NOT do the bend test over the pit!

                  Elk burgers and beef burgers cooked on my brand spanking new grill grates that arrive at 4pm today! Joy! Next week I will order the rest of the gg set. I started with the SlowNSear grates


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                    I was standing in the kitchen, lost, zero ideas for dinner. Then I saw the Bulk breakfast sausage. Sausage balls!!

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