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chileheadmike

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  1. I've been using the following honey brine for years. Never fails. I then smoke over pecan on the Weber Smokey Mountain. https://www.smokingmeatforums.com/threads/shakes-honey-brine.49739/
  2. I think we are heading up to Minneapolis to have T-Day with my daughter, SIL and 6 month old granddaughter. Weather permitting. My daughter and I will probably do the cooking. If it were up to her, the meal would only consist of sausage dressing and gravy. Maybe pumpkin pie for after the carb coma subsided.
  3. Part of? What else should I be eating to supplement my food?
  4. Lots of info here https://www.sweetmarias.com/. I generally agree with 3 and 4.
  5. There's a lip on the edge of my stove that makes a perfect egg cracking surface. I use that.
  6. I was served natto once. I wanted to try it and like but, your description is pretty accurate.
  7. I completely shuck it. I sometimes slather with a mix of olive oil/butter with garlic, lime, ground chipotle and salt. Harissa-mint sounds pretty good.
  8. chileheadmike

    Dinner 2019

    They look pretty good though.
  9. My daughter and her husband were there recently. They loved the land, food, and people.
  10. I hate those things. They scare the crap out of me. The only time I used one, I sliced a hunk off of my thumb. It's been 30+ years since I've cut myself with a knife and I good enough with it that I don't need one of those thumb guillotines.
  11. I had an article come across my facebook today. It claimed that the Slurpee was invented in Kansas. I grew up in Kansas and the 7-11 closest to me sold Icee's . Two flavors, one rotated and the other was always coke. I'd never heard of a Slurpee growing up.
  12. Ouch, I was prone to it and was allergic to alopurinal. Doc started me on very small dose and built up from there. Thankfully, I haven't had an attack for 5 years. I used to get it in my ankles and knees. Never in the big toe like most people. At the time, they just gave me a list of things to avoid. Beef, pork, stocks made from either. I remember mushrooms set it off one time. Best of luck, ain't no fun.
  13. I detest ketchup in all of it's forms. Can't even stand the smell of it. Breaks my heart when I make garlic and rosemary roasted new potatoes and my wife and kid dump that stuff all over them. I truly dislike MW, but not as much as ketchup. I do like mayo and will occasionally dip fries in it. I can't tell the difference between Duke's and Helman's. I usually get the Helman's because Dukes only comes in a 32oz size here. That's probably a year's supply.
  14. chileheadmike

    Dinner 2019

    Stock or cook it along with the ribs for a cook's treat.
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