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    Quote Originally Posted by gyosh View Post
    That sounds amazing too.

    I wonder if I can cook naan on my pizza stone?
    I cook it on my griddle, works great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by salukulady View Post
    I cook it on my griddle, works great.
    Does it get that char to it on a griddle?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ukulelerob View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by gyosh View Post
    SOB. I've been spending a lot of money on different sprays to get rid of ants (There is construction going on nearby and the ants have invaded two of our buildings).

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    Quote Originally Posted by gyosh View Post
    That sounds amazing too.

    I wonder if I can cook naan on my pizza stone?
    Do it on the open grill - just be sure it's not too hot. I've done it - it's awesome.
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    Last night’s pork tenderloin was a Costco product. 2 cryopacked tenderloins in garlic peppercorn marinade and wrapped in bacon. Can’t really recommend it. Too heavy on the pepper. It tasted more like corned beef or pastrami. Now I have another one to cook.

    I usually like these seasoned pork tenderloins. Cooking couldn’t be easier. 20-25 minutes on indirect heat on the grill with the lid closed. Use a remote thermometer and all the guesswork disappears.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PereBourik View Post
    Last night’s pork tenderloin was a Costco product. 2 cryopacked tenderloins in garlic peppercorn marinade and wrapped in bacon. Can’t really recommend it. Too heavy on the pepper. It tasted more like corned beef or pastrami. Now I have another one to cook.

    I usually like these seasoned pork tenderloins. Cooking couldn’t be easier. 20-25 minutes on indirect heat on the grill with the lid closed. Use a remote thermometer and all the guesswork disappears.
    I've tried their tri-tips before. To me the meat has a weird texture like they used some type of tenderizer on it. I'd rather just grill a regular tri-tip
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    Quote Originally Posted by bbycrts View Post
    Do it on the open grill - just be sure it's not too hot. I've done it - it's awesome.

    I cooked some carne asada directly on the lump charcoal ala Alton Brown and it came out pretty good. Too much work for not that much difference but it was worth trying.
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