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Fldaves

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  1. Thanks John, looks like a keeper recipe once again!!!
  2. Amazing cook (YET AGAIN!) and great story as well CC! Congrats on converting an overcooking "griller" to the real world. Sous Vide wins again!!!
  3. Great cook. Looks like my kind of meal!!!
  4. I use to do Lance Armstrongs' cancer research ride every year in Austin,Tx until I got cancer myself. Good luck on the ride/fund raising and I'm looking forward to seeing the end results!!!
  5. I sometimes get headaches but not eye irritation problems due to smoke. I will however use goggles and a good quality mask when I'm cleaning out the ash.
  6. CC, that's an amazing money plate shot!!! I'm sure it tasted as good as it looked!!!!!!
  7. Day-Um that looks like Money!!!' Great job.
  8. Really nice looking color on those steaks. Great cook!
  9. Great looking wings, congrats!
  10. Cooked a few slabs of beef ribs yesterday that turned out pretty good. Used McCormick Grill Mates Applewood rub and three chunks of applewood for the smoke. .
  11. Excellent cook!!! And yet another dish I'm gonna have to try to duplicate.
  12. Congrats, great looking ribs!
  13. Great cook. I'll have to try your marinade next time I grill chicken.
  14. Great cook, love me some tri- tip!!!
  15. 325ish, and it cooked a bit quicker then I would have thought.
  16. Nothing much better then making your own pies! Good job!!
  17. I was going to crisp it a cast iron pan before serving but it was crispy already.
  18. My oh my oh my does this taste great!!! Finished in 2.75 hours total cooking time, incredible flavor, truly pork utopia! I wish someone would invent taste-o -vision.
  19. Now that's one great looking out of the box pizza!
  20. If you haven't seen any of the videos on You Tube that The BBQ Pit Boys have done you should go check them out. They are entertaining and enlightening!. This is one of their recipes with just a couple changes(added five spice and cooked for 20 minutes @ 475 degrees in the oven).The pork belly was 2.5 lbs just cut in two.Second picture is after oven cook before it goes on the big joe. Oh, I'm using the charcoal divider and 3 knobs of apple and one of cherry wood.
  21. Wow Bosco, that's a five star meal!
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