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JoeC

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  1. 41 minutes ago, keeperovdeflame said:

    This is just about right, you can't possibly get a much better deal than you did unless you do steal it. Enjoy your new Joe, not only will you have great food to serve but a fine story to tell. PS, I would make sure I hung on to that receipt.:)

     

     

    I framed it and put it on the wall in the family room under the kid's baby pictures.


  2. Haven't posted in quite some time due to the hectic cartwheel of life... career, young kids, just everyday living.  So yesterday I got real lucky and hit a home run like no other!  As many of you I'm sure have seen my post on Facebook, I scored a Classic II yesterday for $191.  Still can't believe it myself!  They were looking to get rid of their last one for $299, somehow I got him down to $200.  Needless to say, I'm thrilled to jump back into it and get busy with some new cooks.  Hope everyone has had a great start to the new year.  Unfortunately my resolution will have to be put on a brief hiatus as I properly break her in.

     

     

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  3. My oldest, 4, went to a birthday party on Saturday for a classmate.  A pretty cool concept, the place offers cooking classes to children.  I believe it's called The Little Chef's Academy.  They each made their own pizza and then a cupcake.  Anyway, she's been in this cooking mode since.  Yesterday morning she wanted to make dough, so I figured we would put it to use, so we made some empanada dough and stuffed them with chicken and cheese.  She was thrilled and they came out pretty damn good!  And I was even happier cause she did the majority of the work on her own.  Start em young!

     

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    Then it was time to prep for dinner.  I saw somebody on here recently posted about Malcolm Reed's Jerk Sliders.  Finally getting the chance to put it all together, we got to work with the slaw then the glaze.  I'll just post a link to the recipe instead of my step by step.  The only thing I did different was add a fair amount of cracked pepper to the slaw mix.  These were some good sliders and will definitely be made again...  Even my mother in law threw back 4 of them! 

     

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