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BBQ Bob

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BBQ Bob last won the day on August 25 2013

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  1. Really nice, on my wish list for a long time. Be sure to let us know if it's as good and useful as we think. I am soooo jealous.
  2. Fancy, look beautiful
  3. This is the latest coupon from harbor freight, welding gloves are the ones I use and while you're there the latex are good for handling raw meats or clean up.
  4. I'm into the Lodge combo cooker. Works well on the grill for que and for bread and as a dutch oven. The top is also a small fry pan.
  5. Don't forget the mint julips and mojitos, and my favorite: Place olive oil, chopped fresh mint, minced garlic, salt, cumin, coriander, cayenne pepper, and black pepper in small bowl; mix well. Spread herb mixture over both sides of lamb chops. Pop a frothy adult beverage and head for the Akorn! Happy Monday everyone.
  6. For sure, I have it contained in an old fashion galvanized wash tub with no bottom/side drainage holes for an escape attempt. The tub sits on the ground and I watch for anyone who jumps ship to the grass below.
  7. Not a good time of year as the heat is shutting down the herb box, but hopefully you'll get the idea. Bigger than a window box but works well on the back porch. Don't see why you couldn't scale down to put inside. There another one with rosemary and mint in it plus pots with patio tomatoes.
  8. We are fortunate enough to enjoy fresh herbs year around from our planter box on the back deck. Basil, chives, rosemary, dill, cilantro, and thyme all grow well out there as long as I remember to water them. You should be able to grow year around inside but might need a light source during the "winter" months. Our tomatoes gave up a couple of weeks ago because of the heat but herbs are doing well.
  9. Thanks for the bread pudding recipe, but how do you get a dozen stale Krispy Kremes?? They usually are all gone just before I pull into the driveway.
  10. Left over pulled pork with baked beans are always a good go to with a pinch of brown sugar added in. If in a hurry or unexpected arrivals (which happens more often than not when they see smoke coming from my back yard) I have a large can of beans in the pantry and put them on the akorn for a little different smokey flavor. Not quite homemade, but still a crowd pleaser. As said, grilled veggies always go well as do loaded baked taters. I like to bake them on the grill, remove middle stuff, mix with sour cream salt pepper pimento cheese, and put back on the grill.
  11. If you make it......they will come, and I'll be first in line. Looks yummy
  12. "If you have never had these (even if you don't like cherries) do yourself a favor and give them a try." But be forewarned, these are like legal crack, once you start you'll have had a very hard time stopping!
  13. If I remember, I like to soak the chicken in plain buttermilk with a splash of hot sauce for a couple of hours before grilling on the akorn. Adds a little zip and seems to help with the dryness factor.
  14. Nice cook, hope the supervisor got a taste.