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I mentioned my new grill was delivered. Today we got is assembled and
hooked to the gas line. Burned off the oils and made dinner. The
potatoes were really good.

This morning I made a few slices of bacon for breakfast. Fried eggs in
the fat and then left the pan. I was going to clean it but though,
maybe i can use the bacon fat.

For dinner I made pork tenderloins on the grill. To go with it, I
though grilled potatoes would be good. I took a few golden potatoes,
pierced them with a fork, nuked them for six minutes and heated the grill.

I cut the potatoes in half, brushed both sides with the bacon fat and
placed them cut size down on a medium hot grill. The other side got the
pork tenderloins.

The spuds got a little crispy on the cut side, turned them over a few
minutes, then they were ready same time as the meat. A little butter, a
little salt, damn, they were good.

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Ed Pawlowski wrote:
I mentioned my new grill was delivered.* Today we got is assembled and
hooked to the gas line.* Burned off the oils and made dinner.* The
potatoes were really good.

This morning I made a few slices of bacon for breakfast.* Fried eggs in
the fat and then left the pan.* I was going to clean it but though,
maybe i can use the bacon fat.

For dinner I made pork tenderloins on the grill.* To go with it, I
though grilled potatoes would be good.* I took a few golden potatoes,
pierced them with a fork, nuked them for six minutes and heated the grill.

I cut the potatoes in half, brushed both sides with the bacon fat and
placed them cut size down on a medium hot grill.* The other side got the
pork tenderloins.

The spuds got a little crispy on the cut side, turned them over a few
minutes, then they were ready same time as the meat.* A little butter, a
little salt, damn, they were good.


Better pig out now, for if the Green Deal takes effect the party will be
over.
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On Wed, 13 Feb 2019 19:44:37 -0500, Ed Pawlowski wrote:

I mentioned my new grill was delivered. Today we got is assembled and
hooked to the gas line. Burned off the oils and made dinner. The
potatoes were really good.

This morning I made a few slices of bacon for breakfast. Fried eggs in
the fat and then left the pan. I was going to clean it but though,
maybe i can use the bacon fat.

For dinner I made pork tenderloins on the grill. To go with it, I
though grilled potatoes would be good. I took a few golden potatoes,
pierced them with a fork, nuked them for six minutes and heated the grill.

I cut the potatoes in half, brushed both sides with the bacon fat and
placed them cut size down on a medium hot grill. The other side got the
pork tenderloins.

The spuds got a little crispy on the cut side, turned them over a few
minutes, then they were ready same time as the meat. A little butter, a
little salt, damn, they were good.


Good for you Ed. Have you found a good butcher shop for quality meat
and a good fish monger, if you like seafood?
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On 2/14/2019 1:46 PM, Oren wrote:
On Wed, 13 Feb 2019 19:44:37 -0500, Ed Pawlowski wrote:

I mentioned my new grill was delivered. Today we got is assembled and
hooked to the gas line. Burned off the oils and made dinner. The
potatoes were really good.

This morning I made a few slices of bacon for breakfast. Fried eggs in
the fat and then left the pan. I was going to clean it but though,
maybe i can use the bacon fat.

For dinner I made pork tenderloins on the grill. To go with it, I
though grilled potatoes would be good. I took a few golden potatoes,
pierced them with a fork, nuked them for six minutes and heated the grill.

I cut the potatoes in half, brushed both sides with the bacon fat and
placed them cut size down on a medium hot grill. The other side got the
pork tenderloins.

The spuds got a little crispy on the cut side, turned them over a few
minutes, then they were ready same time as the meat. A little butter, a
little salt, damn, they were good.


Good for you Ed. Have you found a good butcher shop for quality meat
and a good fish monger, if you like seafood?


I'll let you know soon. I just went this morning to Detwilers, a local
small chain of farm stores. I bought a rib eye roast for Sunday. I got
some good cod there last visit. Fresh as when I lived in New England.

It is an evil store. Went in there couple of weeks ago just to get some
oranges and ended up spending $87. Today was over $200. They have fill
packer briskets too!. Next time.
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On Thu, 14 Feb 2019 14:06:27 -0500, Ed Pawlowski wrote:

On 2/14/2019 1:46 PM, Oren wrote:
On Wed, 13 Feb 2019 19:44:37 -0500, Ed Pawlowski wrote:

I mentioned my new grill was delivered. Today we got is assembled and
hooked to the gas line. Burned off the oils and made dinner. The
potatoes were really good.

This morning I made a few slices of bacon for breakfast. Fried eggs in
the fat and then left the pan. I was going to clean it but though,
maybe i can use the bacon fat.

For dinner I made pork tenderloins on the grill. To go with it, I
though grilled potatoes would be good. I took a few golden potatoes,
pierced them with a fork, nuked them for six minutes and heated the grill.

I cut the potatoes in half, brushed both sides with the bacon fat and
placed them cut size down on a medium hot grill. The other side got the
pork tenderloins.

The spuds got a little crispy on the cut side, turned them over a few
minutes, then they were ready same time as the meat. A little butter, a
little salt, damn, they were good.


Good for you Ed. Have you found a good butcher shop for quality meat
and a good fish monger, if you like seafood?


I'll let you know soon. I just went this morning to Detwilers, a local
small chain of farm stores. I bought a rib eye roast for Sunday. I got
some good cod there last visit. Fresh as when I lived in New England.

It is an evil store. Went in there couple of weeks ago just to get some
oranges and ended up spending $87. Today was over $200. They have fill
packer briskets too!. Next time.


Brisket is my nemesis right now. I need to do a whole packer one day.
Then I'd have the flat and the point at the same time.

Speaking of price -- Lobels of NY meat

https://www.lobels.com/usda-prime-beef-brisket/p/UPBRSK

Damn!


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On 2/14/2019 2:30 PM, Oren wrote:
On Thu, 14 Feb 2019 14:06:27 -0500, Ed Pawlowski wrote:

On 2/14/2019 1:46 PM, Oren wrote:
On Wed, 13 Feb 2019 19:44:37 -0500, Ed Pawlowski wrote:

I mentioned my new grill was delivered. Today we got is assembled and
hooked to the gas line. Burned off the oils and made dinner. The
potatoes were really good.

This morning I made a few slices of bacon for breakfast. Fried eggs in
the fat and then left the pan. I was going to clean it but though,
maybe i can use the bacon fat.

For dinner I made pork tenderloins on the grill. To go with it, I
though grilled potatoes would be good. I took a few golden potatoes,
pierced them with a fork, nuked them for six minutes and heated the grill.

I cut the potatoes in half, brushed both sides with the bacon fat and
placed them cut size down on a medium hot grill. The other side got the
pork tenderloins.

The spuds got a little crispy on the cut side, turned them over a few
minutes, then they were ready same time as the meat. A little butter, a
little salt, damn, they were good.

Good for you Ed. Have you found a good butcher shop for quality meat
and a good fish monger, if you like seafood?


I'll let you know soon. I just went this morning to Detwilers, a local
small chain of farm stores. I bought a rib eye roast for Sunday. I got
some good cod there last visit. Fresh as when I lived in New England.

It is an evil store. Went in there couple of weeks ago just to get some
oranges and ended up spending $87. Today was over $200. They have fill
packer briskets too!. Next time.


Brisket is my nemesis right now. I need to do a whole packer one day.
Then I'd have the flat and the point at the same time.

Speaking of price -- Lobels of NY meat

https://www.lobels.com/usda-prime-beef-brisket/p/UPBRSK

Damn!


Detwilers was $3.49/lb for the same thing. Sadly, brisket has been
"discovered" by the masses and it drove the price up. Not long ago it
was 99 cents.
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On 2/13/19 7:44 PM, Ed Pawlowski wrote:
I mentioned my new grill was delivered.* Today we got is assembled and
hooked to the gas line.* Burned off the oils and made dinner.* The
potatoes were really good.

This morning I made a few slices of bacon for breakfast.* Fried eggs in
the fat and then left the pan.* I was going to clean it but though,
maybe i can use the bacon fat.

For dinner I made pork tenderloins on the grill.* To go with it, I
though grilled potatoes would be good.* I took a few golden potatoes,
pierced them with a fork, nuked them for six minutes and heated the grill.

I cut the potatoes in half, brushed both sides with the bacon fat and
placed them cut size down on a medium hot grill.* The other side got the
pork tenderloins.

The spuds got a little crispy on the cut side, turned them over a few
minutes, then they were ready same time as the meat.* A little butter, a
little salt, damn, they were good.


Least you can do is invite us over for a meal ;-)
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Oren wrote:
On Thu, 14 Feb 2019 14:06:27 -0500, Ed Pawlowski
wrote:

On 2/14/2019 1:46 PM, Oren wrote:
On Wed, 13 Feb 2019 19:44:37 -0500, Ed Pawlowski

wrote:

I mentioned my new grill was delivered. Today we got
is assembled
and hooked to the gas line. Burned off the oils and
made dinner.
The potatoes were really good.

This morning I made a few slices of bacon for
breakfast. Fried
eggs in the fat and then left the pan. I was going to
clean it
but though,
maybe i can use the bacon fat.

For dinner I made pork tenderloins on the grill. To go
with it, I
though grilled potatoes would be good. I took a few
golden
potatoes, pierced them with a fork, nuked them for six
minutes and
heated the grill.

I cut the potatoes in half, brushed both sides with the
bacon fat
and placed them cut size down on a medium hot grill.
The other
side got the pork tenderloins.

The spuds got a little crispy on the cut side, turned
them over a
few minutes, then they were ready same time as the
meat. A little
butter, a little salt, damn, they were good.

Good for you Ed. Have you found a good butcher shop for
quality
meat and a good fish monger, if you like seafood?


I'll let you know soon. I just went this morning to
Detwilers, a
local small chain of farm stores. I bought a rib eye
roast for
Sunday. I got some good cod there last visit. Fresh as
when I
lived in New England.

It is an evil store. Went in there couple of weeks ago
just to get
some oranges and ended up spending $87. Today was over
$200. They
have fill packer briskets too!. Next time.


Brisket is my nemesis right now. I need to do a whole
packer one day.
Then I'd have the flat and the point at the same time.

Speaking of price -- Lobels of NY meat

https://www.lobels.com/usda-prime-beef-brisket/p/UPBRSK

Damn!


Low and slow. Kosher salt, COARSE black pepper, little
garlic powder, 225-250
until internal temp about 170-175, wrap in unwaxed butcher
paper until 200-205 or when the probe slides in like butter

Watch a few of Aaron Franklin videos

https://www.youtube.com/results?sear...anklin+brisket

or this guy, Todd David he owns and runs my favorite joint
here in Big D and I can testify on how good his stuff is. He
makes all his own sausage and makes wagyu bologna that is
excellent as well as KILLER pastrami

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TeJj2OFAxk4


Leave in paper and wrap in towel and let rest in ice
chest(no ice) for at least an hour


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Oren wrote:
On Thu, 14 Feb 2019 14:06:27 -0500, Ed Pawlowski
wrote:

On 2/14/2019 1:46 PM, Oren wrote:
On Wed, 13 Feb 2019 19:44:37 -0500, Ed Pawlowski

wrote:

I mentioned my new grill was delivered. Today we got
is assembled
and hooked to the gas line. Burned off the oils and
made dinner.
The potatoes were really good.

This morning I made a few slices of bacon for
breakfast. Fried
eggs in the fat and then left the pan. I was going to
clean it
but though,
maybe i can use the bacon fat.

For dinner I made pork tenderloins on the grill. To go
with it, I
though grilled potatoes would be good. I took a few
golden
potatoes, pierced them with a fork, nuked them for six
minutes and
heated the grill.

I cut the potatoes in half, brushed both sides with the
bacon fat
and placed them cut size down on a medium hot grill.
The other
side got the pork tenderloins.

The spuds got a little crispy on the cut side, turned
them over a
few minutes, then they were ready same time as the
meat. A little
butter, a little salt, damn, they were good.

Good for you Ed. Have you found a good butcher shop for
quality
meat and a good fish monger, if you like seafood?


I'll let you know soon. I just went this morning to
Detwilers, a
local small chain of farm stores. I bought a rib eye
roast for
Sunday. I got some good cod there last visit. Fresh as
when I
lived in New England.

It is an evil store. Went in there couple of weeks ago
just to get
some oranges and ended up spending $87. Today was over
$200. They
have fill packer briskets too!. Next time.


Brisket is my nemesis right now. I need to do a whole
packer one day.
Then I'd have the flat and the point at the same time.

Speaking of price -- Lobels of NY meat

https://www.lobels.com/usda-prime-beef-brisket/p/UPBRSK

Damn!


This is where Todd buys his briskets. Its Texas wagyu He
buys so many they have named a bull after him "King David"
He's told me to start with the very best brisket you can
afford and don't get in a hurry

https://heartbrandbeef.com/product/brisket/


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Ed Pawlowski writes:
On 2/14/2019 2:30 PM, Oren wrote:



https://www.lobels.com/usda-prime-beef-brisket/p/UPBRSK

Damn!


Detwilers was $3.49/lb for the same thing. Sadly, brisket has been
"discovered" by the masses and it drove the price up. Not long ago it
was 99 cents.


Not "discovered" but rather the large meat suppliers (Swift, et alia)
figured out how to get premium $ for a substandard cut of beef. Similar
to ribs - for years, they were considered a waste product (and really,
there is so little meat on those bones it's not really worth the work
just for the sauce - but its a thing and everyone has to follow the
trend).


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