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Old 06-03-2021, 02:08 PM
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Blackened chicken thighs in the Butter Pat cast iron.


Old 06-03-2021, 06:50 PM
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Originally Posted by polarred21 View Post
just need some hot sauce, vodka and a goodys headache powder for a complete meal.
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Old 06-03-2021, 07:02 PM
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Fried grouper. Freshly speared.


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Originally Posted by olsaltydog View Post
I have heard great things about the Magma grills, one thing I always heard though was no burger patties. Anything else it is all good.
why wouldn’t you be able to cook burgers on a magma?

I have cooked 100’s of burgers on my magma
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Originally Posted by DOUGNASH View Post
why wouldn’t you be able to cook burgers on a magma?

I have cooked 100’s of burgers on my magma
Never said you couldn't, most recommend not doing it. Greasy foods is what they recommended not doing and burgers would be the biggest one for flare ups etc. So alot don't like having a grill on their boat flaring up because of the grease.
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Friend gave us some free meals from Hello Fresh. It was okish but doubt we would actually pay for it on our own.




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Originally Posted by David2 View Post
Friend gave us some free meals from Hello Fresh. It was okish but doubt we would actually pay for it on our own.



Curious, what is the price point for those ready to cook meals?
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Originally Posted by Mpellet View Post
Curious, what is the price point for those ready to cook meals?
Sorry but don’t know. It was a gift so free for us.
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Shrimp Creole - From an old Paul Prudohmme recipe circa 1984.
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Chicken and sausage gumbo.


Chicken and sausage gumbo.
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A couple of smoked chickens on the Weber kettle.




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Pulled pork sandwich with Wickle Pickles and good ol Publix coleslaw. First time on the new RecTeq grill, pretty impressed
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London broil in Butter Pat cast iron with Kerrygold seasoned Irish butter. I got it a smidge more well done than I would have preferred - it came out a little on the far side of medium rare but was still good.



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Originally Posted by Mpellet View Post
Curious, what is the price point for those ready to cook meals?
My wife and I did Hello Fresh for 3 or 4 months one time. Seems like I remember it was about $10.00 per meal.
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Graduation Party tomorrow with pork tacos on the menu. Mexican themed spices in a mustard rub on the pork butts. Aluminum foil packages have onions, jalapeńo, bell peppers, garlic cloves mixed in olive oil, spices and freshly squeezed lime juice. The vegetables will get blended in with the pork.....
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Originally Posted by Mpellet View Post
I also play at the sushi making. I have made some rolls as well as individual pieces that got good reviews from my family and it held together but it’s always a humbling experience for me and gives me appreciation for the pros who can stand there all day making endless rolls and pieces of sushi, all of which look FAR more professional then what I attempt to make taking exponentially more time to produce.
Yeah, but that's what they do for a living. Can they tie an improved clinch knot in the dark, or throw a line on a cleat without thinking or looking?

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Brisket on the stick burner.
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14 lb brisket at 225 for 16 hours on the RecTeq Smoker
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9lb and 6lb Pork Shoulders on the BGE for 10 hours with 3 hours resting.
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