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    Re: Grilling

    Grilled burgers tonight, but had a cast iron griddle on the grill grates. Really good way to hold flavor and get a really even cook. I like it.

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    Re: Grilling

    If any of you guys are looking for a good BBQ sauce, I just recently launched a cottage food business called Bent Tree BBQ. I primarily take orders through my Facebook page, but I will be bringing some stock with me to RhinoDawg's tent this Saturday if you'd like to try some before you buy. I have 3 recipes at the moment:

    Original - like a table sauce, only better. Kid friendly and good on anything. It's the recipe that inspired me to start the business. $8 for a 12oz bottle

    Settle Down Now - Texas-style sweet-heat sauce. Sweet up front with just a little kick at the end. Great for basting ribs or with a brisket. $8 for a 12oz bottle

    Rowdy - If you like something a little bit out there, this one's for you. It's been described as part Caribbean Jerk with a BBQ flair. It's fruity and sweet, but also pretty spicy thanks to the habanero and a few other peppers. Great for pulled pork, hot wings, and BBQ shrimp. $9 for a 12oz bottle

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