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  1. Heading out tomorrow to South Bend

    Hi Dub - FWIW, you can't see the Air Force Museum at Wright Patterson AFB in one day. It's massively huge. My youngest Son lives nearby and we were there earlier this year. Wear dome confortable shoes and enjoy.
  2. My new SV container

    Nicely done KJ.
  3. Chicken wings

    I'm hungry again. Show us more.
  4. Anniversary Dinner

    You've got some mighty good friends DH, and those meals look just fantastic. I've eaten there in the past and as I recall had Albacore Tuna. It was outstanding, but when the bill came i thought they were charging me for a whole tuna :-) Anyway, Happy Anniversary to you and yours.
  5. Stuffed Red Peppers

    You're right, they look too good to eat. Nicely done.
  6. The BoardSmith end grain Cherry board

    That looks really good.
  7. Which Sous Vide to buy?

    I have both the Anova and the Joule and have the ability to use either when I cook sous vide. I've had the Anova longer than the Joule so it has been used more frequently, overall, than the newer Joule. While it's true the Joule requires use of an app on your smart phone, why some consider this to be a problem is beyond me. I don't go anywhere without my phone so it is always handy. With the Anova, if I'm going to sous vide something new, I have to look up appropriate time and temperature settings (probably using the internet) to do so. I really like the Joule app as the display of what the final result will look like is visually appealing. Regarding size of the 2, the Joule is considerably smaller and packs away in a trim case. This is great for travelling and storage. The Anova, on the other hand, is much larger overall and the cardboard "tube" that came with mine is a monster in size and reminds me of a chimney. Both machines are great for doing sous vide cooks and I would highly recommend either depending on your tastes and needs. Whichever brand you decide upon will give you a quality sous vide device.
  8. 48 Hour Beef Blade Cook

    That really looks good. I've never done a pre-sear prior to sous vide cooking followed by the more traditional post=sear, but i'm now tempted to give it a try. Thanks for sharing.
  9. Dino Beef Rib

    Yup, that's what I'm talkin' about. Excellent looking cook.
  10. Flame Boss 200-Wi-Fi

    I have a flameboss 200 and while I don't use it that often, I've never had a problem with it. The best thing I can say is that it works as advertised.
  11. 2017 Solar Eclipse - Should I be more excited?

    It wasn't a big deal for me. I went outside to see it, but it was dark so I came back in. I mean how can you see something when it's dark outside.
  12. Timberline Ribs

    Wow, I am seriously impressed. Not that I would ever need (or want) to cook 20 full racks of ribs (never mind 40), but to be able to do so is just awesome. Thanks for sharing.
  13. Timberline Ribs

    The 2nd rack, top shelf doesn't look like it will suffice for another rack of 20 ribs. It doesn't look tall enough to me. How ya gonna do it?
  14. There are exceptions to this, of course, but generally for low and slow cooking (225 - 275f), I'll go indirect. For grilling, 300 - 450f) direct usually works for me. FWIW, and contrary to some, searing the meat does not seal in the juices.
  15. Greetings from an Old Chef

    Question for ya Chef John. Would cold smoking a brisket for about 3 hours then cooking low and slow at about 225 give me a deeper smoke flavor than just by cooking at 225 with a few chunks of wood?
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