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san j
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I found tequila lime marinades/bastes for wings, chicken, flank-steak, etc.
Tequila-lime bars, tarts, pies for dessert.
Tequila-lime vinaigrettes...
...galore
on the Food Network website.
304 hits there for keyword search "tequila lime"
http://www.foodnetwork.com/search/delegate.do?fnSearchString=tequila+lime&fnSearchType=site

And - oh, dear - if you love grapefruit as I do,
http://www.foodnetwork.com/rec.....es-recipe/index.html
try spooning some of this stuff on your roasted poultry-of-choice.  


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is that stuff not comparable to Mescal


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Try this one San J! I've found a recipe for the next Green Egg Fest.

http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/grilled-tequila-lime-pineapple-chunks-recipe/index.html
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Try this one San J! I've found a recipe for the next Green Egg Fest.

http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/grilled-tequila-lime-pineapple-chunks-recipe/index.html

1. Loco-Sauced Pineapple chunks - yeah!
2. Typo there: "68 minutes" should, surely, be "6-8 minutes".  



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1. Loco-Sauced Pineapple chunks - yeah!
2. Typo there: "68 minutes" should, surely, be "6-8 minutes".  



Yeah you ought to see all of the typos in my personal cookbook on my work puter. Or in my families cookbook, surely second cousin Jonathan didn't mean to grill a pork tenderloin (stuffed with cream cheese and a half cup of jalapenos) for 6 to 8 hours. Yep absolutely nobody in my family is on the BTD. Friday my boss did mention that his wife has him on that bloodtype diet and he is a B pos. No wonder we get along so well.
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"Honey- remember - those pineapple chunks need to be right over the fire for a little caramelization for SIXTY EIGHT MINUTES! Set the timer, so the bell will wake you up from your nap, and the garnish will be ready!"

Can you imagine?  


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My grill can get nearly 700 degrees direct heat to sear a steak or as low as 200 indirect to bbq a brisket. I use a wireless remote temperature probe for the big pieces.
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how does that work?


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"Honey- remember - those pineapple chunks need to be right over the fire for a little caramelization for SIXTY EIGHT MINUTES! Set the timer, so the bell will wake you up from your nap, and the garnish will be ready!"


"Wake up, dear, there's someone at the door. Says her name is Pele, and she looks angry".
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how does that work?


There is a metal probe inserted into the meat. It is attached to a wireless sending unit. The wireless receiving unit can workup to 100 feet away and continously displays the internal temperature of the meat. You can also set an alarm for a certain temperature.
As to the temperature that is controlled by air flow.
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There is a metal probe inserted into the meat. It is attached to a wireless sending unit. The wireless receiving unit can workup to 100 feet away and continously displays the internal temperature of the meat. You can also set an alarm for a certain temperature.
As to the temperature that is controlled by air flow.


I need one of these. Have you found a reliable one? Hit and miss reviews of these products knocked me off the hunt awhile back.
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I need one of these. Have you found a reliable one? Hit and miss reviews of these products knocked me off the hunt awhile back.


I can't really recommend one. I haven't hard the current one long enough to do so.
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According to chronobiotic nutrition, agave tequila, aloe and pineapple juice after 9:00pm is a hormone regulating tonic ...just FYI

Atom Bergstrom is an expert on chronobiotic (solar) nutrition. Really wild and interesting stuff. Here's an interview:
http://oneradionetwork.com/diet-and-nutrition/atom-bergstroms-primer-on-solar-nutrition/


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This company (most offerings are non-booze) makes Casa Nobles Tequila ice cream (along with 13 other booze flavors and 3 booze sorbets).
They try to limit flavors to 5 ingredients and will make custom ice creams. They use no preservatives and generally shoot for all-organic. They offer dairy-free, gluten-free, sugar-free...and you pay for it.  

Mulled cider sorbet? Chimay Beer ice cream? Chocolate Bourbon Bread Pudding ice cream?

http://www.lacreamery.com/ice-cream-faqs.html

Like the sound of these flavors?
Goat Cheese & Basil
Sweet Potato Pancake
..........I'll stop there.


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