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Old 12-26-2017, 12:33 AM   #221
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Loverly gave me a $35 gift card to use at Penzeys. I hope we get a chance to go to West Side Market again before we head home, since Penzeys has a shop in a restored, historic bank building across from the Market. If not, we'll just have to make a road trip of 45 miles to get to the closest Penzeys from home. I know, I know, I could use it online. Kinda hard to sniff the goods that way, though.
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Old 02-11-2018, 11:33 PM   #222
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It's a Kenmore, and so much more than I expected... My extended kitchen candy!

I'm feeling "almost" guilty for enjoying my brand new barbecue this mild California evening here. What a honey it is, with a 12,800 BTU searing burner on the side wing, although I didn't use it tonight.


My first cook was...wait for it...Tri Tip. No surprise there, but the tail of the triangle always gets well done so my silicone bands came to the rescue for an experiment, and we ended up with a more consistently rare piece of meat, with the aid of the ThermoWorks probe thermometer set to 125 degrees. It has 4 burners, so I did it indirect only using the two outside burners, the right with a wood chip smoke box. Wow, that worked well, and I'll do it again.



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Old 02-12-2018, 01:27 AM   #223
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Ha, I just noticed that my picture of the Tri Tip on the grill above looks like a cow tongue. It's not that, although cow tongue is great eating too.
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Old 02-13-2018, 05:19 PM   #224
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Very nice grill, Kay and Sous! She's a beauty.
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