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  1. Give a person a thermometer, they know the temperature. Give a person 2 thermometers, they never know the temperature..
  2. The recent thread about commercial and homemade rubs/marinades had me pondering our usage of various products we like. Realized i had been missing the Cardamom coffee rub on beef cooks, mixed a fresh batch for a short rib cook. Use Plum wood for smoke. cook on fellow KK'ers, it all looks delicious steve
  3. Cooked a nice simple tasty lunch on the 16 today. Cooked direct 300-325, thighs were marinated for a couple of hours in teriyaki. I hit the poblanos with a torch to blister off the skin, stuffed with tomatoes, onion, italian seasoning, topped with mozzarella
  4. Picked up a Sirloin Cap at Costco last weekend for a pichana cook. I did not know they were sold 2 per pack. Nice surprise. So, the pichana cook was delicious but didnt actually happen since I have no pics to share. I did take pics of the other cap i cooked on Wednesday. It went indirect at 230 to 250 to an IT of 112, rested it while my 23 came up to approx. 450 - 500 dome temp. back in for a sear, fat cap down for less than a minute to get a little color, 3 to 3.5 minutes on the other side. Beautifully rare and delicious The rest of the meal is just another fantasy, no other pics... except for the sandwich i had yesterday evening Kook on fellow KK'ers
  5. keeping it simple for todays lunch, thighs marinated in teriyaki, squash, orange bell peppers, onions and a couple of jalapenos. The bread is an Italian take and bake loaf.
  6. Loaded 23 lookin good... Its the only pic I took yesterday.
  7. Hello, its been about a year since i posted a cook. I'm constantly checking in to see all the impressive meals that are being prepared, and check out all the new kitchen and KK toys. Cooked these beef ribs for lunch today, they were very tasty. Used Meatheads beef rub. pulled at 204, wrapped and in a cooler, ran up the temp for corn on the cob and a hollowed out squash with tomatoes drizzled with balsamic vinegar topped off with pepper jack cheese. Very Tasty. KKook on fellow KK'ers Steve
  8. put it in your home oven and run a high temp cleaning cycle
  9. Pork chops with mushroom gravy today for lunch. tonyb, you posted pics recently with mushroom gravy, had me drooling, I could not go any longer with out making some myself, it was delicious. Thanks. This pork is a FFA project that was put on hold when the Houston livestock show was canceled due to the Covid. My friends grandson agreed to sell us half the hog. Very tasty.
  10. Nice looking 23, I really like the color Enjoy
  11. Pequod, that looks delicious..
  12. Bought my 23 OTB 10 years ago. Still cooking with all the original equipment. Unit 610, Levi Blue, cranking out great food for friends and family. Kook on fellow KK'ers Steve
  13. I love the fresh chiles, we buy a bushel every year. Roast and freeze as you do, we can usually get to the next harvest before I run out.
  14. Yesterdays meatloaf. Standard recipe for the loaf, beef, Italian sausage, eggs, peppers, onions, bread crumbs, spices, I did use BBQ sauce in place of tomato sauce in the mix and to slather the top. I also used the last of my 2019 Hatch chile stash for this. Not a very good plated pic, can't seem to slow myself down to arrange a plate for pics, its time to eat! stay healthy
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