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Old 05-14-2007, 09:32 AM   #1
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List of Oil Smoking Points

Here is a link to a list of the Smoking Points of most common cooking oils....an FYI:

http://tinyurl.com/ys5l9s
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Old 05-14-2007, 12:50 PM   #2
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Thank you Bruce,

good reference!
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[smilie=a_hrm.gif] "List of Oil Smoking Points" -- I thought it was going to be a collection of tips for getting the best smoking results using oil for fuel. [smilie=a_doh.gif]

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[smilie=a_hrm.gif] "List of Oil Smoking Points" -- I thought it was going to be a collection of tips for getting the best smoking results using oil for fuel. [smilie=a_doh.gif]

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I didn't know dat, Tanks Bruce. Yo tried any the sausages yet?
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I didn't know dat, Tanks Bruce. Yo tried any the sausages yet?
Boudin tomorrow....any suggestions??????
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I didn't know dat, Tanks Bruce. Yo tried any the sausages yet?
Boudin tomorrow....any suggestions??????[/quote:2l02k379]

That not a meal, Its a snack, We eat it between meals bruce. Kinda like doughnuts, you could use it as appetizer. If its frozen thaw in the fridg. then steam it gently serve with crackers. I don't eat the caseing I squeeze the filling out into my mouth, chase wit cold beer
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"List of Oil Smoking Points" -- I thought it was going to be .... Oh, never mind.
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I didn't know dat, Tanks Bruce. Yo tried any the sausages yet?
Boudin tomorrow....any suggestions??????[/quote:27utj6ft]

That not a meal, Its a snack, We eat it between meals bruce. Kinda like doughnuts, you could use it as appetizer. If its frozen thaw in the fridg. then steam it gently serve with crackers. I don't eat the caseing I squeeze the filling out into my mouth, chase wit cold beer[/quote:27utj6ft]

Thanks, jb, I was just going to heat it up in a pan and eat as an snack, just wondering if you did anything special with it, that's all.
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