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    Quote Originally Posted by 2thDoc View Post
    its a fucking OVEN....to take outside. almost as stupid as a griddle....for the back porch.
    We've been lining up pretty good on thing as of late....not sure how or where the wheels came off on this griddle thing though....

    I fully support the griddle for some breakfast throwdowns the lake, hibachi night for the kids, and some Macs style flat top burgers

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    Quote Originally Posted by FishSticker View Post
    We've been lining up pretty good on thing as of late....not sure how or where the wheels came off on this griddle thing though....

    I fully support the griddle for some breakfast throwdowns the lake, hibachi night for the kids, and some Macs style flat top burgers
    He just gets grumpy when people don't fit in his tiny little box and ignore his "advice". He'll be okay. Today is Dental Friday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn View Post
    He just gets grumpy when people don't fit in his tiny little box and ignore his "advice". He'll be okay. Today is Dental Friday.
    Mind you I'm not losing one iota of sleep over it...

    I'd be grumpy if I had to work around a bunches of wimmens all day too...

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    and teeth and blood and pus and stuff

    I got a camp stove and a big ass frying pan. I dont need a specific outdoor flat cooking apparatus.
    Ugh. Stupid people piss me off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Black Bart View Post
    Dude, I literally came on here to get assistance about cooking a rib roast on the BGE this evening. Holla' back.
    Slather it with a herb butter, horseradish mix that willk talks about in the other thread, I put it on the egg at 300 and let it cook at about 250 until itís 110 internal, then pull it and remove the plate setter. Put it back on and sear it over the flames.
    Let it rest for about 20-30 minutes. I did use some oak and cherry for a little smoke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2thDoc View Post
    and teeth and blood and pus and stuff

    I got a camp stove and a big ass frying pan. I dont need a specific outdoor flat cooking apparatus.
    I now understand where the curmudgeon is coming from....if it exceeds the frying pan's capabilities, then there are too many folks at the house....

    In layman's terms..."GET OFF MY LAWN"

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    Selective misanthropist is probably more accurate than curmudgeon


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    Quote Originally Posted by boondoggle View Post
    Selective misanthropist is probably more accurate than curmudgeon


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    I'm afraid you may be right....can prob'ly go ahead and 86 the "selective" if everybody is being honest with themselves...

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    now y'all are nitpicking my curmedgeoness?

    edited to add: and you need to realize its just the stupid ones I dont wanna be around. Its not MY fault that a much higher percentage of humans falls into that category these days.
    Last edited by 2thDoc; 12-27-2018 at 03:47 PM.
    Ugh. Stupid people piss me off.

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    air fryers are good for frozen bags of meat parts and fries...not much else. Instantpot's are really good for baked potatoes or just using it as a crock pot for slow cooked roast.

    I got a Big Easy for Christmas...I have no use for it what so ever. I already have an electric oil less fryer and it has a smoker box on it. Not bad for wings or small whole chickens. Haven't done anything else on it though. mostly just takes up space in the garage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2thDoc View Post
    now y'all are nitpicking my curmedgeoness?
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    Hence, the rationale behind my use of "selective" ... I admire your attempts, albeit futile, to bring enlightened counsel to those who earn your disdain on a daily basis.


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    Quote Originally Posted by boondoggle View Post
    Hence, the rationale behind my use of "selective" ... I admire your attempts, albeit futile, to bring enlightened counsel to those who earn your disdain on a daily basis.


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    Thatís the fanciest definition of bitchyness Iíve ever read.

    Youíre a wordsmith.

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    Fuckin A ditty bag stencil pencil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn View Post
    That’s the fanciest definition of bitchyness I’ve ever read.

    You’re a wordsmith.
    Ok.....I laughed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by charlie horse View Post
    Slather it with a herb butter, horseradish mix that willk talks about in the other thread, I put it on the egg at 300 and let it cook at about 250 until itís 110 internal, then pull it and remove the plate setter. Put it back on and sear it over the flames.
    Let it rest for about 20-30 minutes. I did use some oak and cherry for a little smoke.
    Props out to Chuck the Horse Man:



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    What is a air fryer?

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    Damn, what's with all of the hating on the InstaPot?. It's just an electric pressure cooker. I own five pressure cookers and one InstaPot. I love the fact that it has a timer and non-profit stick insert. As for all of the air fryer talk, they should be sued for false advertising. MG
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