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  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokyOkie View Post
    Here's my question: How do you get the solids in the dressing to go thru the needle? Do you strain the dressing first?
    I use Kraft Zesty Italian and liquify it, usually with an immersion blender. No need to strain thru a seive if you use a large needle as pictured in the thread.

    Steve

    Note:This post may contain misspellings, grammatical errors, disorganized sentence structure, misquotes, and may entirely lack a coherent theme. These elements are natural to the process of writing, and will only add to the overall beauty of the post.

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    Word to the wise, only sear on a grill with a fire that is flat raging!

    I tried it in a large pan on the stovetop. My house still stinks and my pan is ruined!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajthepoolman View Post
    Word to the wise, only sear on a grill with a fire that is flat raging!

    I tried it in a large pan on the stovetop. My house still stinks and my pan is ruined!
    I tell everyone about that and they really get a kick out of it.
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    Sometimes you are the foot, sometimes you are the nuts!

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    I'm usually the nuts!
    VDS aka "IT"
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    OUTDOOR GOURMET 11-PIECE COMBO FRYER SET
    KCBS Certified BBQ Judge
    Formaly "The Q Joint" BBQ Team (The Butt Man)
    There's no place like 127.0.0.1
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    Quote Originally Posted by ajthepoolman View Post
    Word to the wise, only sear on a grill with a fire that is flat raging!

    I tried it in a large pan on the stovetop. My house still stinks and my pan is ruined!

    AJ,
    Spose maybe you got the pan hotter than it needed to be?

    Hope it wasn't one of your good ones.

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    Nah, it was an older one I have had for years.

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    Got a question: I'm finally going to give this a go on the 4th. My normal rub contains a goodly amount of sugar which burns at 325F, so should I skip the sugar this time (thinking about the searing) or damn the torpedoes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Apple Guy View Post
    Got a question: I'm finally going to give this a go on the 4th. My normal rub contains a goodly amount of sugar which burns at 325F, so should I skip the sugar this time (thinking about the searing) or damn the torpedoes?
    Well, the prodigal son returns once again!!! Where in the world have you been?

    I would consider a lower sugar rub myself. You'll have plenty of caramelization from the beef itself, and IMO better tasting caramel. I don't think you'll find it lacking for sweet either.

    Bring some pix and comments back with you.

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    Will do. Got a favorite rub to suggest? I might as well go all the way, here.
    I've been out for awhile...............out of my mind. I'll try to do better.

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