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    Whats cooking? **** Making something fine and fancy?** Just plain good? Show us!

    This is my first time using a pressure cooker, as well. I have the Kuhn Rikon 8qt and have been liking it.
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    Whats cooking? **** Making something fine and fancy?** Just plain good? Show us!

    Was recently playing with my new pressure cooker. Chuck roast and chicken stock.
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    Never made an Italian tomato sauce. What's you best recipe?

    Here in NJ, land of the Sopranos, the best two local Italian joints are run by Albanians and a guy named Juan. Tradition isn’t always flavor.
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    Help picking a vintage Port

    I wish I knew a thing about port. All I know is my wife’s rich aunt served me some once and it was nothing like the swill I’m used to. So good.
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    Never made an Italian tomato sauce. What's you best recipe?

    Looks awesome, I’m glad you liked it!
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    Who’s wokking on their BGE?

    I like that a regular propane burner can be just that, and also be a wok burner by adding a wok ring. Multitasker. But I’ve no experience with it yet.
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    Who’s wokking on their BGE?

    Yeah, the chimney didn’t work so well. I should have gotten the coals 100% ashed over. I didn’t wait long enough and every time I put the wok on top, it snuffed the fire out. I’ll try again but a propane burner might be in my future. Been reading Stir Fry to the Sky’s Edge and it hints that...
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    Who’s wokking on their BGE?

    This is what I plan on doing to start. Chimney + bricks.
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    Who’s wokking on their BGE?

    How many BTUs do you recommend for an outdoor rig, 100,000?
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    Never made an Italian tomato sauce. What's you best recipe?

    I would try various brands of canned tomatoes without getting stuck on them being San Marzano. I used San Marzano for years but now prefer the clean, fresh taste of whole peeled Muir Glen.
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    Spicy stir fry/wok recipes wanted

    More than happy to! Can’t wait to get wok’ing.
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    Spicy stir fry/wok recipes wanted

    Excellent, thank you.
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    Never made an Italian tomato sauce. What's you best recipe?

    The way I do it anyway... couple cups finely diced carrots sautéed for maybe 15 minutes, then add cup finely diced celery, go another 10 min or so, and 1-2c diced onions and go until soft. Add lots of smashed garlic. Couple large cans hand-crushed Muir Glen organic peeled tomatoes, or mix it...
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