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  1. Went to the groomer yesterday (for the dogs not me in know what you were thinking ) and she had this sign got a chuckle out of #1
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  2. I have a spare/unopened cart for a Kamado Joe Classic III. This is for the cart only. I’m not looking to make money off this, as I got it for free due to an Amazon mishap. All I want to do is cover shipping and get it out of my garage. I’m including the eBay listing for shipping calculation purposes. If we settle on a price through this forum, I’m happy to let this go for a song. Additionally, if anyone is in the Southern Maryland area and wants to do a pick-up, that song could even be shorter… eBay listing: https://www.ebay.com/itm/134121806633?mkcid=16&mkevt=1&mkrid=711-127632-2357-0&ssspo=9a2uxsjrt5k&sssrc=2051273&ssuid=9a2uxsjrt5k&var=&widget_ver=artemis&media=COPY
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  3. MikeRobinson

    Special #### rub

    I have a number of books that talk about "the science of cooking," and one of them is about spices. It has a section that talks about "meat rubs and sauces." It's actually very easy to make your own – there are only a few "key" ingredients. I don't like to use commercial products anymore, because of three things: too much salt, too much sugar, and MSG (often disguised as "hydrolized yeast extract" or "celery extract"). I have a food allergy to the latter, so this is very important to me. Before you buy it, read the label carefully. It's kind of disturbing to read the ingredients list of that appealing-looking box or jar on the shelf. (If the name has more than three syllables or sounds like it came from a chemistry lab, you probably don't want to eat it ...) If you make your own mix, you know and can control exactly what's in it. (You also learn simple tricks such as lightly grinding the spices with a mortar and pestle before adding them, to release their flavors.)
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  4. jark87

    Blackened Fish Tacos

    Enjoying a week in Maui with the family, so I had to find a fish market with a fresh catch. They had fresh Ono caught that day, so I found some seasoning and grilled them up on a gasser by the pool. Only 2 burners worked, but they got the job done. Made great fish tacos!
    1 point
  5. Walter_Mann

    Pork chops

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