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KJTerp

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KJTerp last won the day on July 21 2020

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    FIshing, Hunting, Grilling
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  1. Just try using it as a seasoning/finish in your foods oftentimes, you'll taste something and it seems a little "dead" even after you use a little salt, give it a splash of vinegar (i find apple cider to be the best "all around player" in this regard, or lemon juice) and you'll be amazed at how just a little bit of acid just wakes everything up
  2. does it hold well on the rotisserie? this is certainly one of those "unitasker gadgets" that actually seems to be worth it if it does
  3. Honestly? There are just a million little reasons not to do the turkey in the joe this year, which have snowballed into "im just not going to do it that way this year and i'll use my oven instead" The main one being, we're doing regular turkey day at my parents, and a smaller one with my wifes family the saturday after (i.e. the day after we get back from being gone for a few days), so i wont have my normal prep time, because i have a nuts week and a half of work leading up to the big day this year, in addition to not being home, that group that is coming over isnt very discerning, so it sometimes feels like a lot of effort for nothing, the little one has reached the "running around crazily" stage, so ive had to pare way back until the "don't touch the hot thing" lesson sinks in fully, there are more, but thats the big three I'll probably dust her off for a proper cook or four around christmas, do a prime rib, do a turkey, do a pair of chuckies
  4. Dude, if your oven stinks you need to clean it you dont need to live like that!
  5. I always take the breastbone out, and add it to my stock. More gelatin that way. Turkey cooks quicker, flatter, etc. I have a post a while back about my gravy process, but this is pretty close to that. My smoker is taking a break this year, so good luck to you all!
  6. Did this once, jumped out of the way, and left the knife sticking a good half inch into the linoleum floor like some sort of cartoon
  7. i wonder if this would work with something like feta
  8. A fine way to end the day indeed. Granted as the weather warms I find myself pushing the bourbon towards the back and the Gin moves to the front.
  9. Something that I did early on and has worked for me (and my KJC2), is to go to costco and buy the bulk pack of aluminum roasting pans which are nearly the same size as my deflectors. I put those on the x-rack so they arent sitting right on the stone, and the drippings collect in there for the most part, which really helps keep the mess down. As always, your mileage may vary depending on driving habits and local road conditions.
  10. Welcome to the Guru from the burbs of MD as well, i shouted hello out of the window, that's what that noise was
  11. I have a friend who got Lone Star Tick'd and now has the alpha-gal allergic reaction to all mammalian meat (and dairy too). He cannot get enough of these.
  12. while youre waiting to get a soapstone, you could always get a cheaper smaller cast iron skillet, and put that on the other side of the grate system UPSIDE DOWN (i.e. cook the fish on the bottom of the pan) and boom, cheap CI griddle for a piece of fish, as long as the pan is seasoned well, and you use some oil and let the fish do its thing and release naturally, that may be a good "until i get my soapstone" solution
  13. How far apart are the tracks, like, what is the stride length.
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