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  1. Beef Short Ribs - First Try...

    Hard to find around me as well. Every now and again they can be found not broken down but even then they are boneless.
  2. Beef Short Ribs - First Try...

    Nice looking piece of beef. Enjoy the cook.
  3. Pit Barrel Cooker

    Count me as a satisfied customer. Neat cooker that is more versatile than it appears. Even more so with their ever growing line of accessories.
  4. Wings on the Akorn Jr

    You are going to love the Jr. Welcome aboard!
  5. Another Akorn cook

    Nice plate of grub.
  6. Shave Question?

    Well said. The simple change of a task from a chore to a pleasurable experience is more than worth the loss of available storage space.
  7. Shave Question?

    What he said. I have multiple bins, boxes, and cabinets filled with soaps, creams, brushes, razors, aftershaves, and colognes. At this point it would frighten me to not only make an inventory of my shaving supplies but to estimate how much money I have saved over the years. Seriously, my grandkids will have to much inventory to use and I don't even have any of those yet.
  8. Kamado Outide Round vs Brisket

    Absolutely worth it. Let us know how the cook(s) turn out.
  9. Ceramic Akorn cooks

    Looks like some good yardbird. A few cooks under your belt and all will be right with the world.
  10. Kamado Outide Round vs Brisket

    I have never cooked a full outside round but I have cooked eyes of round bottom round. IME the cuts would be perfect for slow roasting/smoking but the cuts are lean and will not react as a brisket would. My guess is that taking the cut to brisket finishing temps would render the meat dry and tough. Think more of sliced roast beef instead of brisket. Maybe break the primal down to roast sizes for even cooks? Hopefully someone with experience with the full primal will chime in. Good luck.
  11. Shave Question?

    I wouldn't be too concerned about the Russian Gillette blades as long as you like the shave. You could always buy some Marvicide at your local Sally's...that will disinfect the blades. Pretty much have pared my blades down to Feather's, Bic's, and Personna (Lab and Hospital offerings). For SE, I only use coated GEMs. Enjoy.
  12. Shave Question?

    Welcome aboard the wet shaving train. Sounds like you are off to a good start. The Merkur is a nice razor that will provide many years of service. Beware of the many Acquisition Disorders that come with the hobby. You may soon need additional counter space in the bathroom, then more space in the cabinet, then your own cabinet, Rubbermaid totes, rental storage........
  13. If it were mine I would flip it back over. No reason to have sides to keep moisture in even with the holes. When I saw the pics at Lowe's I thought it was a mistake. Enjoy the cooker!
  14. Nice price, however.
  15. Monday night experiment

    Nice. Pickle juice is excellent on pork and chicken but never used on beef. Guess I have to give it a try.
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