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GrillnBrew

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  • Location:
    High Point NC
  • Grill
    Kamado Joe

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  1. Received an email saying FOGO has their Marabu charcoal for 20% off ($36.73) while supplies last. No code needed, price comes up on the website and it qualifies for free shipping. Guess it's time to give it a try.
  2. Look up rhubarb crisp, my mom would make those quite a bit and they too were delicious.
  3. My favorite pie, it looks great! Where did you get your rhubarb? It was everywhere when I lived in Michigan, but I have trouble finding fresh rhubarb in the toasty south.
  4. In lieu of a drip pan, I usually place a pot of beans beneath my ribs and pork butts. Why waste all those tasty drippings?
  5. BBQ place in my college roommate's home town stuffed smoked pork and collards in a hush puppy and called it "pig in a puppy", good memories. Local brewpub used to serve pork and collard green egg rolls, dipped those in vinegar based sauce and they were really good. You are in good company with your creativity.
  6. Just received an email from Fogo, all of their charcoal is 15% off with the code SPRINGSALE19. I'm typically a KJ Big Block person as I have access to several roadshows each year, but I bought some Fogo last September when they had it on sale, and I am definitely impressed. I bought the black bag, might try something different this time.
  7. Looks great, but your glass of Irish stout looks a wee bit too light.
  8. I second the Peugeot, had one for a while and the adjustment band cracked, took it back and they gave me a brand new on. Sign up for the Williams and Sonoma emails and you will eventually get a 20% off one item coupon.
  9. Looks great! What did you rim your beer glass with?
  10. See if they can incorporate that design onto a Komodo Kamado and get that for your wife. Happy Anniversary!
  11. I am considering ordering this one with "grates" on one side. It's 11.5x15 and looks reasonable thick. For $87, it costs just a bit more than the KJ on Amazon. http://www.theseasonedgourmet.com/product/name/soapstone-griddle/id/916269
  12. How many pounds of butter did it take to make that amount? Is that two half pint jars?
  13. I just replaced my original one piece firebox last weekend after cooking with it cracked for a year. The old one is in at least 5 pieces now, so you may as well save yourself some time and keep using the firebox that is designed to be in five pieces.
  14. For brewing equipment the recommended strength is 1oz per 5-gallons. Of course my brewing equipment never looked anything like my grill grates (thankfully), so Bosco is probably pretty close with his 2X solution.
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