Ray Basso as pictured
on the first BBQ Forum
Late 1994

Old Dave
I am still trying to figure out this new cooker and wanted to try one of the accessories called "The Frying Pan" on this breakfast cook.  IMG_0955.jpg 
The cook consisted of some pancakes, sausage, and scrambled eggs.

Added some maple syrup, berries, and some Cool Whip to the top of the pancakes and it sure made a fine breakfast.

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I started with 13 all hardwood briquets and when they were ready, I placed the frying pan on the cooker and added the lid to let it warm up. Took about 6-7 minutes and I had a cooking grid temperature of 375-400F degrees and I started the cook.  IMG_0949.jpg 
It took about 3-4 minutes to get the first side done and then about an additional 2-3 minutes to finish the pancakes.  IMG_0952.jpg 
Next up was the sausage and scrambled eggs. IMG_0953.jpg 
Sausage and eggs done on the cooker. IMG_0954.jpg 
The results of the cook just off of the Cobb Supreme Grill. IMG_0956.jpg 
Couldn't hardly wait to get started on the breakfast meal! Doesn't that look good? 

Has been fun trying to learn how to cook on this new cooker.
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QSis

Beautiful job on breakfast!  And excellent post, using photos and text.

I'm particularly impressed with the cook on the pancakes!

Is that hot coffee or hot tea in the glass?

Lee

 

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rayb
Great job, what a presentation, thank you very much for sharing it with us.

Ray
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Old Dave
QSis wrote:

Beautiful job on breakfast!  And excellent post, using photos and text.

I'm particularly impressed with the cook on the pancakes!

Is that hot coffee or hot tea in the glass?

Lee

 Lee, I think it was grape juice and thanks for the kind comments. 

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