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Old 3rd June 2013, 06:04 PM   #2071
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That's about what we paid for it. Like I said, ouch. I wish it hadn't been so good...
This is when food is like crack! (not that I would know...)

This weekend for my daughter's graduation party, I threw some tomatoes and peppers on the oak fire and the wife whipped up some salsa for our guests (about 50) using the roasted veggies. We must have gone through a few gallons of the stuff. They put it on just about everything they could, excluding the cake. wow
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Ouch, for that kind of money, one would expect a Gruyère with a letter of recommendation.
Or at least an AOC.
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This is when food is like crack!
Think I rather stick Swiss cheese up my nose, than to inhale it's burning fumes, if you forgive me for saying.
(not that I know how to base a ball of Alpage)
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Speaking of crack...

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Ouch, for that kind of money, one would expect a Gruyère with a letter of recommendation.

(Huron ave, nice shop, watched the video)
The clientele can be quite amusing, yankees (the New England type) can be very frugal, (plenty of sensible shoes, ill fitting home made sweaters, and frumpy floor length dresses) but buy white truffles in season at $275/oz.
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Speaking of crack...

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Ha, ha, ha! That reminds me about Ali G talking aboud Cannabis with a police officer
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Haha, truffles. I knew we would get there soon enough. Enough madness already. Another puff and I'll go crazy.
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I think I'm going to buy a smoker. I've been using a weber charcoal grill, and I'd think I'd get better results with a vertical smoker.

Anyone smoke ribs here?
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I think I'm going to buy a smoker. I've been using a weber charcoal grill, and I'd think I'd get better results with a vertical smoker.

Anyone smoke ribs here?
My son would agree, he buys a whole pig every year and some ends up smoked.
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I think I'm going to buy a smoker. I've been using a weber charcoal grill, and I'd think I'd get better results with a vertical smoker.

Anyone smoke ribs here?
In Texas, you just have to buy a dedicated smoker. I also have a Weber that I've used to smoke some meats, including ribs, but that could get me in trouble with the local BBQ authorities here, so I'm looking at adding a true smoker soon.

What wood do you use? In these parts, we use post oak.
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