Central Park in new York city - because not everyone wants to sit on a beach for their honeymoon

Central Park in new York city - because not everyone wants to sit on a beach for their honeymoon

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The Green Egg Smoker Review – A Mean Green Smoking & Grilling Machine
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Question about a pallet is it safe? Check out the full project Hey guysSo Ive been dragging home pallets from work to make furniture with and while all the wood Ive brought home so far has been the standard Kiln Dried Heat Treated pine. I got one today that a beautiful pine.... but it smells funny.Admittedly idk what it was used for I work at a hardware store so it could have been anything from manure to Big Green Egg parts. But either way there are no markings on it and it def stinks.Is…

Question about a pallet is it safe? Check out the full project Hey guysSo Ive been dragging home pallets from work to make furniture with and while all the wood Ive brought home so far has been the standard Kiln Dried Heat Treated pine. I got one today that a beautiful pine.... but it smells funny.Admittedly idk what it was used for I work at a hardware store so it could have been anything from manure to Big Green Egg parts. But either way there are no markings on it and it def stinks.Is…

My favorite part about making kuku sabzi is running my knife through the big handfuls of fragrant herbs that give this Persian frittata its name (sabzi means herbs in Farsi). Fresh parsley, cilantro, chives, and dill are the stars of this recipe, though you can substitute leeks, scallions, tarragon, spinach, or other tender greens that you have on hand. Whisk them into eggs, pour into a skillet, and in minutes you have a beautiful, nourishing dish that can be served as an appetizer, side, or…

My favorite part about making kuku sabzi is running my knife through the big handfuls of fragrant herbs that give this Persian frittata its name (sabzi means herbs in Farsi). Fresh parsley, cilantro, chives, and dill are the stars of this recipe, though you can substitute leeks, scallions, tarragon, spinach, or other tender greens that you have on hand. Whisk them into eggs, pour into a skillet, and in minutes you have a beautiful, nourishing dish that can be served as an appetizer, side, or…

Baby back ribs on the BGE: apply rub and wrap in refrigerator for one hour, cook 4-5 hours min at 225, cook to 160 degrees at thickest part and until meet pulls way from end of rib. Let rest in foil for 15-30 min.

Baby back ribs on the BGE: apply rub and wrap in refrigerator for one hour, cook 4-5 hours min at 225, cook to 160 degrees at thickest part and until meet pulls way from end of rib. Let rest in foil for 15-30 min.

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Freezer Cooking Basics (Series) Part 3: How Long Can Food Last in the Freezer?

Freezer Cooking Basics (Series) Part 3: How Long Can Food Last in the Freezer?

Freezer Cooking Basics (Series) Part I: Freezer Space, Containers, Labels, and Other Supplies

Freezer Cooking Basics (Series) Part I: Freezer Space, Containers, Labels, and Other Supplies

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