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    Oh good call on something with strawberries and balsamic. Thanks guys.

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    This book is amazing! I have been making stuff out of "scraps" for a month based on this book.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stinkbutt View Post
    This book is amazing! I have been making stuff out of "scraps" for a month based on this book.

    I've had that book for over a year but haven't made shit. BUT...I just picked up a 3/4 hp LEM grinder, so my foray into sausage making is beginning rather quickly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by algunz View Post
    Yes. Any suggestions on a relatively cheap gas grill? (We already have a gas line outside.) I sooooo miss our BBQ at our old house, but we just don't have the funds to spend a grand+.
    Gunz, your problem's going to be that natural gas. Most cheapo grills will be suited for propane, which is not interchangable with gas unless you change the orifices to the burners. Some mid range grills have conversion kits, others do not. Weber grills (not the kettle grills) are nice but they are still pricey.

    If you want to go cheap cheap, I picked up a Char-broil grill "Dual Fuel" unit. I have an older version of this. I think the dual fuel conversion kit was about 70 bucks, so for around $400 with tax, it's not terrible. I've had my grill for about 7 years and it's held up without too many problems, my knobs melted when I had all 4 burners going on high, but they may have fixed that issue since. Replacement knobs aren't that much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RageAgainstTheAoki View Post
    Work party this weekend. Been asked to bring dessert. Any summery desserts come to mind? Something which can travel. Perhaps infused with a liqueur?
    Since it's summer, I would do a fruit salad tossed with a grand marnier syrup over pound or angel food cake.
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    Dessert without chocolate is like romance without sex. A pointless waste of time.

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    How do you feel about carob?
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    I would make some sort of stone fruit or summer berry hand pie.
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    That reminds me. Gooseberries are amazing. I am pretty sure I had never had them before. Fresh, at least. But damn.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mountmccabe View Post
    How do you feel about carob?
    eh. sort of a quick handjob.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountmccabe View Post
    That reminds me. Gooseberries are amazing. I am pretty sure I had never had them before. Fresh, at least. But damn.
    We have them here in Co but they are still hard to find. I get off on sour so boy do they fit the bill cr****
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    Speaking of berries, anyone have any experience procuring sloes? My girlfriend who lived in Bermuda for a number of years talks about them and I sure as shit can't get them in Arizona. Any sources?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TomAz View Post
    Dessert without chocolate is like romance without sex. A pointless waste of time.
    This is false.

    This is my counter-argument:


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    I am a huge chocolate advocate, but recently have been becoming a big creme brulee fan. So fucking good.
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    Yeah, I have to agree. Plenty of fine desserts without chocolate.
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    Is that a gospel song?

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    Quote Originally Posted by insbordnat View Post
    Gunz, your problem's going to be that natural gas. Most cheapo grills will be suited for propane, which is not interchangable with gas unless you change the orifices to the burners. Some mid range grills have conversion kits, others do not. Weber grills (not the kettle grills) are nice but they are still pricey.

    If you want to go cheap cheap, I picked up a Char-broil grill "Dual Fuel" unit. I have an older version of this. I think the dual fuel conversion kit was about 70 bucks, so for around $400 with tax, it's not terrible. I've had my grill for about 7 years and it's held up without too many problems, my knobs melted when I had all 4 burners going on high, but they may have fixed that issue since. Replacement knobs aren't that much.
    Thank you. The gas line seemed like a good thing at first, but I think we'll have to wait to win the lottery before we can build the island.

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    Yes, algunz, I'm preparing a gospel song. For dessert. At my work party.

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    It's gonna be the hit of the party.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Courtney View Post
    This is false.

    This is my counter-argument:
    Except that's not a counterargument; it's a counterexample. Which is fine I suppose. I do like creme brulee. It's certainly better than syrup-soaked sponge cake, for example. But it's still not the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TomAz View Post
    Except that's not a counterargument; it's a counterexample. Which is fine I suppose. I do like creme brulee. It's certainly better than syrup-soaked sponge cake, for example. But it's still not the same.
    Yes Tom, I realize that posting a photo isn't actually a counterargument. I was being flippant.

    However, I do maintain that chocolate is overrated. I much prefer a fruit-based dessert.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Courtney View Post
    Yes Tom, I realize that posting a photo isn't actually a counterargument. I was being flippant.

    However, I do maintain that chocolate is overrated. I much prefer a fruit-based dessert.
    I'm the same. We have a pear torte recipe made with cream cheese that is to die for and I'd prefer that to chocolate anything.
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    I feel sorry for you two.

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    I agree with the beautiful ladies, I only like chocolate if it's used sparingly and would much rather just go without.

    TG, can you share your pear torte recipe?
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    http://www.kraftrecipes.com/recipes/...rte-65877.aspx

    This is the original source - you can substitute the almonds with pecans or just skip them - I'm allergic to nuts so we don't use them. Prep is pretty fast but it does need time in the fridge after baking to set. Whenever we go to a BBQ or dinner this is our go-to item to bring with us because everyone loves it.
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    I am going to have to try it. I love pears. Thanks lady!
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    You won't be sorry. It's so yummy.
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    Will you make it for us in September?

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    I think we should add it to the list, yes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TomAz View Post
    Dessert without chocolate is like romance without sex. A pointless waste of time.
    Pecan Pie is a consistently engaging and adventurous long term relationship where each partner understands each other and is excited to try new things.

    Cheese Cake. Most pies. Pineapple upside down cake. Kheer. Hell, a fresh tropical fruit cocktail.

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