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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucretia View Post
    This roast didn't get taken out in time, but you're cooking is so slowly that it's still pretty good when it's overcooked a little bit like this one was.


    The thing about reverse searing or what ever descriptive is used for the process is that it is easier (at least for me) to miss-judge the internal temp especially with steaks. If your doing roasts this way you might want to try a Polder thermometer so you can monitor the internal temperature constantly. I really think as long as you do your part the net difference between sear and roast or roast and sear is absolutely nominal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim View Post
    Richard, sorry I just saw this. No just a few days in the fridge with a little salt to dry the meat up a little. Thanks for the nice comments on the eggs, GlassEye was the inspiration with the chive flowers.
    Hey, no problem. Thanks for the response on the dry aging and will definitely be looking for some chive flowers. Great finishing touch.

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    Guys,

    I am addicted to burgers at the moment so here is another one.

    King's Hawaiian burger rolls
    Garlic aioli
    Thinly sliced red onions
    Hickory smoked bacon
    Goat Cheese
    Avacado

    with a side of grilled asparagus.



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    I don't think there's enough goat cheese on there, Pete.

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    Some tasty looking burgers you have there. Looks identical to burgers I made for my wife last week. Just used Roquefort instead of goat cheese, applewood instead of hickory bacon,and tony cacheres creole salt for seasoning. Well now you have done it. I have to go to the market now.

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    You should open a burger stand Pete.

    This looks ridiculously good to me right now.

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    Great looking burger. The only thing missing is a cold beer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucretia View Post
    Great looking burger. The only thing missing is a cold beer.
    Actually when I finally sat down to enjoy this burger I had just cracked open a Founder's All Day IPA.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew H View Post
    I don't think there's enough goat cheese on there, Pete.
    I agree Andrew, I probably could of piled on a few more lumps of that delicious cheese.
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