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    My favorite cooking tool

    $30,000 cooking tool.

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    Dialed in. Just needs a dirty old offset smoker attached to it dripping grease everywhere....


    • Richard Chrz
      Richard Chrz commented
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      Do you know anyone who is in the offset smoker design and build? Lol

    That and an ash catcher. Chrome wheels would be nice.


      My Beloved Cowboy Hat is eternally doffed, in deference to ya, My Brother...

      Yer grit, tenacity, an perspicacity seem to exceed mine, at some times...

      Reckon I'll haveta up my game...

      I've always enjoyed yer cooks, an pics..yer accomplishments help sustaineth me, please, keep em comin!


        Maybe a set of knobby tires?

        I've spent, unfortunately, too much time repairing one of those.

        Merry Christmas and a much better New Year to you and all who care for you!
        Last edited by HawkerXP; December 24, 2020, 05:56 PM. Reason: How we miss her. :(


        • Richard Chrz
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          “ and all who cares for you!’ Absolutely! I don’t do anything with out those who want me to do things!
          Last edited by Richard Chrz; December 24, 2020, 06:06 PM.

        I might think, for that money, it should have a blender attachment?


        • Jim White
          Jim White commented
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          And maybe a coffee maker.

        I don’t know, Richard. That might get you there but the photos you post....hmmmm....camera or chair? I think it might be a tie. Merry Christmas! I tip a hat to every photo you post and I know what it takes to make that food. I actually never think of the chair when I see them.


        • kjbarth
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          Ditto. Merry Christmas and keep posting great cooks!

        • Richard Chrz
          Richard Chrz commented
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          I think of that chair in only good thoughts. I mean, can anyone else drive their recliner to the fridge to get a beer? Every now and then I get out and sit on a couch, when I look at it from a different angle (like this photo), I am always very grateful for it. Proud of it, to be honest.

        Actually Dave Klose says he can turn anything into a cooker. Try him https://bbqpits.com/
        Or at least flames like on my walker!
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          Your attitude, your spirit, your grit and determination, your absolutely beautiful cooks....you put an able bodied person like me to shame. I can only aspire to be the person you are sir. And I mean that.


          • tbob4
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            You forgot the line you are famous for : “who is Richard?”

          • Panhead John
            Panhead John commented
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            Oh hell, that was Richard? Never mind. 😉
            Last edited by Panhead John; December 24, 2020, 09:41 PM.

          Proof once again it's not the tools but the person behind them. Your cooks are a testament to that. You are truly an inspiration and have my total respect.
          Next is that side hinged door oven.


            You inspire me to be a better cook and photographer. 'Nuff said.


              Richard, your cooks and bread bakes raise the bar quite high! I think what's in the chair (as Meathead has mentioned before) is most important!



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