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    • @John Setzler thank you!   Scott
    • I did a little indoor cooking for dinner tonight... I pan seared a couple loin chops in ghee until the sear looked good to me... I removed them from the pan and then sauteed a sliced/peeled granny smith apple. After the apple had cooked a bit, i deglazed the pan with some orange juice... a cup or so... then added a tablespoon or two of soy sauce, a clove of minced garlic... brought that to a simmer and then added a little cornstarch slurry to thicken it up. I put the chops back in the pan and covered with a lid to finish cooking them (to an about 145° internal). I also grated just a little cinnamon on top of everything... I served this over some white rice that I had cooked in a homemade veggie stock.   This was a really quick meal. 10 minutes of prep to peel/slice the apple, mince the garlic, season the pork chops, bring the veggie stock to a boil... 20 minutes to cook the rice and I started searing the chops with 15 minutes to go on the rice. It all came together nicely....    
    • no.  just wash the grill grate siwht soap and water first.  
    • Looks like a nice package, I just wish they had included an upgrade path for all us first gen owners.
    • I like to mix SBR with Stubbs and just a little Sauer's.
    • Don't see anything in owner's manual stating it's called for, but have seen many posts on this forum stating most do a burn-in of their kamados!   Scott
    • I made another sponge tonight, but I cut the flour and buttermilk back to one cup each and kept the starter at one cup and the sugar at two tablespoons. Tomorrow morning I’ll make some blueberry pancakes out of it, so if you’re hungry, come on over and give me your opinion! I’m hoping another day of aging will improve my starter. It would also seem the buttermilk would contribute enough lactobacillus to kickstart the tanginess part of the equation, but perhaps I’m misunderstanding what I read.
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