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The only way to do buffalo wings! This time with pecan wood. Almost an hour (indirect) at about 350F on the Weber.
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"Killing grapes one cluster at a time since 2009" - Visit the Château!

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What the Hell. Your only 59 once right?

Marinated Tritip on the Weber along with some Jalapeño poppers wrapped in bacon no less and baked potatoes with all the fixings. Wedge salad with blu cheese dressing for a veggie! Used leftover charcoal and pecan wood from last night. The wine....... you will have to wait for! LOL
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"Killing grapes one cluster at a time since 2009" - Visit the Château!

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What the Hell. Your only 59 once right?
Actually, I am planning to be 59 many times!
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Tonight's offering was grass-fed beef short ribs (on sale at a good price). I seared them then started cooking 'em in the sous vide machine ~2 days ago. Perfect for a rainy Sunday. Served up with a sauce of shallots, reduced Zin, and reduced juices from the beef, and accompanied by creamy polenta with Gorgonzola. For a veggie, I sauteed up some 'shrooms, a ton of garlic, and spinach, with a bit of sherry to braise it at the end. I also heated a "take-and-bake" rosemary ciabatta loaf, and it was all very enjoyable. The wine was a Cline Old Vine Zin (purchased after our recent discussion about the price pressure on Lodi OVZ growers).
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