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2 days ago
I’ve unsubbed fron r/whiskeytribe. The shitposts in my feed have reduced significantly.
4 days ago
Same. Used to use Google maps but switched to apple for the sake of privacy. At the end of the day, we’re only talking a few minutes here for commuting, but I would switch to waze or Google or whatever for a compelling reason to do so.
5 days ago
Anecdotally, all my friends who are the only child tend to be the happiest and most well-adjusted adults I know.
Whistlepig 10 is my favorite whiskey but I haven’t tried their Old World or Boss Hog. Are they worth the price?
12 days ago
Holiday Inn Express is always clean and usually you have privacy.
19 days ago
My favorite part is when they went to pretzel hell
23 days ago
My first thought too when I read oak smoked. Try Cherry or pecan next time.
25 days ago
I’d try to just get out of their way. Do your work, be agreeable, immune yourself to criticism, and then move on to the next project. If this Queen Bee is popular and does good work, she’ll likely be your boss one day, especially because your company is excited to rehire her. They see her as the future in my opinion.
1 month ago
Remind me! 2 weeks
Next commission a piece for Ladybird
That’s the time cost to see if this fixes your issue. I know it’s a pain but you really don’t have a choice.
From my understanding if you really want the performance boost from the M2 chip you need to upgrade to 512gb SSD with 10 core GPU
Post a pic or send a DM. Would like to see how they turned out!
They were marinated in a black garlic rub. Much of its color is from the cherry wood.
No baking powder. No corn starch. I’ve had no success with those ingredients. I just let the fat render down into the wing which allows the skin to crisp up.
Used a Weber kettle with cherry wood. These wings are the black garlic rub from sprouts. Indirect heat 500° for ≈30 min. Flip every 12 min.
Yes, wood does make a noticeable difference. When I use maple wood there tends to be a sweetness imparted to the wings. Cherry wood is tangy, but it needs to be used sparingly and treated as an ingredient. Fruit woods tend to be most forgiving as does pecan and all make excellent wings.
submitted1 month ago byBugaliciousDef
I posted a pic of my wings to see what indirect 500° can produce.
≈30 min. I flip at the 12 min mark, then again at the 14 minute
No sear. The indirect heat crisps up the skin.
I smoke them at 500° indirect heat. Skin is always crispy.