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  1. Grilled pork belly

    375 because I got it ready to eat in 2 hours plus at that temp it gets crunchy on the outside while still being buttery on the inside. You could certainly slow it down and go to 300 but then you might want to cut it in to cubes and place them in a foil pan at 400 to crisp it up. The salty/peppery crust with the sweet and tangy mop is fantastic!
  2. I am super man and I can do anything.... On an REM kick tonight! Was at Sam's today and snagged a whole fresh pork belly. 375 for about 2 hours w/apple wood. Heavy on the black pepper and salt. Slopped with a maple syrup/soy sauce/vinegar mop. Served over fried rice. Crunchy goodness!
  3. Tomahawk

    And I'm heading to Sam's Club in 20 minutes! I hope they have them out.
  4. Air-fryer!!!!

    We though about getting one but at first glance they kinda seem like a one trick pony. Fries, tots, fish sticks, meat nuggets etc. Can they do anything interesting? One of our ovens is a connection oven, is this much different than a convection oven or just a mini?
  5. Smoke Ring

    Byproducts of combustion interact with proteins in the meat to creat the "smoke ring". Offset smokers create an awesome ring because they have a huge fire (lots of this byproduct). Kamados have a relatively small fire so you normally have a smaller ring.
  6. Second Hand DEMO Primo

    That's two Jack!
  7. old smoker

    Might be a good idea to start measuring in $$ instead of years although that will also be depressing I assure you!
  8. LED Bulbs for Automotive Upgrades

    I have also looked in to replacing all of the lighting in my Sierra with LED except the headlights. The issue with replacing headlights with LED is that the reflector is designed for the filament to be in one exact position in front of it. This is impossible for current LED bulbs so the performance isn't what it should be. There are some newer rectangular LED on the market that attempt to get around this but even so they are not perfect. I want to be able to see down the road well. Perhaps I just need to look in to upgrading the entire enclosure and go H.I.D. I also want to keep my truck 100% legal, running unsealed beams is "evil" to other drivers and dangerous. Too many choices on Amazon and you can't trust the temp rating on the bulb etc. I've seen folks with some dull and horrible led "upgrades". I wish there was a place I could just plug in my vehicle info and order a complete package with a solid satisfaction guarantee.
  9. Which pizza stone do you use?

    Nobody mentioned it so I will, it's worth considering a stone from "Ceramic Grill Store". I have had one for ~2 years now and it is rock solid.
  10. Some Sous Vide Accessories

    Nice! I'm still rock'n the coleman I notched the lid out of. Your setup look "pro". I do think the underwear or insulation from a cooler helps at least save electricity, it might even allow for a larger capacity without threat of burning anything up.
  11. Manual Can Opener

    We picked up the Ez-Duz-It Deluxe exactly 3 years ago. The one complaint I had out of the box was that the handle padding constantly needs to be pressed back on. Other than that is has been good until recently. It has started skipping sections of the can lid on about 3 in 5 cans. Good luck with yours, I had super high hopes but will probably look elsewhere for the next one.
  12. 17 and Counting

    Awesome, congrats and nice meal to celebrate with!
  13. Great looking meal, the color makes it look fantastic!
  14. That looks like a million Dollars! Very nice and I bet it was plain ole delish!
  15. BLENDTEC K-TEC "The Kitchen Mill" Model 90 U.S.A.
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