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First we eat. Then we do everything else.
First we eat. Then we do everything else.
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Haven't tried it myself but heard really good things, fwiw.
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FWIW I couldn't get them to bake evenly either until I switched to a cast-iron skillet. I brown the butter first to get it hot, then make the dough and press it back into place. Really good...
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Yeah - the Shandy was a hit. Perfect for a hot summer day. Will definitely do that one again.
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Our peppers have been incredible this year, best year ever I think. Normally we get a few, but my wife went for Anaheim, Jalapeno and Poblanos and they have exploded. I went ahead and bought a...
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Made the best brisket of my life this weekend. Started with a choice brisket flat from Costco. I have moved away from 'foiling' my brisket with a marinade for the last hour or so which I've...
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Did smash burgers for the first time. Sort of eliminates the challenge of keeping the burgers formed but loose. They were super good and that’s got to be the easiest method of cooking a burger...
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3 jars of relish made last night. We went from wanting to see if we could can and how well we could to now ALL HANDS ON DECK!!
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Don’t know ‘em. Have her write us a review!
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Check out my friend Jerry Teixeria’s youtube channel for at home bodyweight training while gyms are closed- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPEAhtSZDkTb0rDGrtaSU7A
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After coronapocalypse I’m definitely down with making/growing our own food. The wife has been on a ear making homemade biscuits, sweet rolls, regular loaves, etc and it’s really nice. still, my...
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Boll Weevil has damn fine burgers, too.
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All of the potential danger associated with beef is on the surface. If you cook the surface of a steak, it doesn't matter how raw the inside is. Burgers are a different story. With ground beef...
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Have been in a bit of a rut in terms of BBQ. Mastered (at least in my mind) brisket and Carolina BBQ. Stumbled upon a recipe for Peanut Butter and Jelly Ribs and decided to give it a try. Pictures...
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Not a pellet grill OR smoker, but I recently bought a Napoleon gas grill on the recommendation of a fellow BBQer. It's a higher end brand (although I bought one of their lower end models :)). I...
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I recently stumbled upon a recipe for 'Makgeolli' (pronounced 'mock-a-lee'), a Korean rice wine. It takes just 9-10 days to make, looks like milk when completed, and can have an alcohol content...
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I have recipe for "aged eggnog" I'm going to try this next year. You make months in advance and let it sit in the fridge.
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Mayo coated bird. Crispy outside, tender and moist inside.
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Wow - my daughter and I finally got around to tasting the year old mead I made from last summer's honey - the batch I soaked 5 lbs if peaches in awhile back. Pretty potent and tasty and very...
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The only thing I don't like about cheap wine..... is the cheap cork-screws they put in them, Because the damn cork-screws fall apart when you try to plug up the unfinished bottle of wine, and...
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