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A Fun Day of Kamado Cooking (a Collaboration): Part I

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I had some other YouTubers over for the day cooking lunch and dinner. This is only part 1 (Lunch) where we cooked thick cut pork chops two ways (indirect/smoked and sous vide & seared), a version of elotes (grilled corn in a cup), & baked potatoes served with homemade sourdough and home brew.

Part two will be dinner where we made Chicago deep dish (and thin crust) pizza with hot wings; some clips are shown at the end of this video but will be featured in part two.

 

 

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I recognize the guy on the right from a quesadilla video

 

he burnt the crap out of the bottom of it but powered thru eating it and pretending it was awesome

 

hope this is as fun to watch

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Wrap the Potato in tin foil. Cook to internal temp 210 . Drop on solid surface from about 18 inches. You potato will be fluffy inside. Next time you do baked potatoes try just one. YMMV....................... I rub my potatoes lard from free acorn, grass,worms and root eating pigs. I save the Olive oil for a classic Julia vinaigrette.

 

Ben in N.C.

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On 5/17/2019 at 3:35 PM, King19 said:

I recognize the guy on the right from a quesadilla video

 

he burnt the crap out of the bottom of it but powered thru eating it and pretending it was awesome

 

hope this is as fun to watch

 

 

 

 

 

 

No burnt tortillas here. Everything was from my own menu.

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