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53 minutes ago, GoCubs85 said:

That seems like a bit of a waste for brine!  I pretty much use EWBiB for cooking purposes.  I can’t believe your getting that much better flavor out of something more expensive???

All I can tell you is that

 

A:  the wife asked for “something replaceable to cook with”

 

B:  the smoked turkey was damn good.

 

C :  the fresh 4R whipped cream on the pies was incredible 

 

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‘southern rock opera’ probably still my favorite. 

Cooley>Hood IMO. 

I'm Hood over Cooley though they both have gems.

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19 hours ago, 0895 said:

All I can tell you is that

 

A:  the wife asked for “something replaceable to cook with”

 

B:  the smoked turkey was damn good.

 

C :  the fresh 4R whipped cream on the pies was incredible 

 

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I can see it in whipped cream - you could definitely taste the subtelties

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Having two of my favorite things to night.  Bourbon and a piece of my wife’s pecan pie. SHe only make it once a year at thanksgiving (otherwise, I would weigh 500lbs.).  The bourbon selection was a Christmas gift from myisister last year.  It i a calumet fams black label.  It its not in my flavor profile so I haven’t drank a lot of I this year bu thought that I would giv e it a try. It it better than I remember.

 

 

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23 minutes ago, StarSurfer55 said:

Having two of my favorite things to night.  Bourbon and a piece of my wife’s pecan pie. SHe only make it once a year at thanksgiving (otherwise, I would weigh 500lbs.).  The bourbon selection was a Christmas gift from myisister last year.  It i a calumet fams black label.  It its not in my flavor profile so I haven’t drank a lot of I this year bu thought that I would giv e it a try. It it better than I remember.

 

 

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umm... pics of the pie please.

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