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Old 01-08-2015, 05:17 PM   #31
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I did, but I did not get a GOOD BOIL, my pressure cooker bottom was warped on a glass top stove.

Did not thicken up like I expected.

I now have a proper stock pot and will try again.
You do have to get a pretty good boil going, but like I said not a raging boil or it will crawl out of the pot. I had mine boiling just hot enough to keep it from foaming up, but it was still a pretty vigorous boil. And no lid on the pot. You have to turn 4 quarts into 2,,

It is a fairly thin sauce.
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Old 01-09-2015, 04:36 PM   #32
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OK, this is my best boil with a outside burner!

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Old 01-09-2015, 04:52 PM   #33
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Old 01-09-2015, 06:21 PM   #34
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OK, this is my best boil with a outside burner!

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That looks about right.. Just leave the lid off and let it go.
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Old 01-09-2015, 06:46 PM   #35
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It's bottled now, with just a little extra! Good flat bottom pot made a huge difference!
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Old 01-09-2015, 11:34 PM   #36
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Great story !!!
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It's bottled now, with just a little extra! Good flat bottom pot made a huge difference!
Sammy, you need to get rid of that lectric stove. I had one for years and cursed it daily. It finally died of natural causes, and I replaced it with a gas stove, and really love it. You can control the heat much better, and the oven is even better. Love my gas range. It helped that there was already gas available behind the stove, so all I had to do was hook it up and start cooking.

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Sammy, you need to get rid of that lectric stove. I had one for years and cursed it daily. It finally died of natural causes, and I replaced it with a gas stove, and really love it. You can control the heat much better, and the oven is even better. Love my gas range. It helped that there was already gas available behind the stove, so all I had to do was hook it up and start cooking.

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Your right on the stove. I'd put one in myself, but there's no natural gas in my neighborhood. I hate all electric homes and its an electric company conspiricy i tell ya.. The next house is going to have one!
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It's bottled now, with just a little extra! Good flat bottom pot made a huge difference!
Check it for taste later today and let us know what you think.
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Awesome post! Thank you for sharing. Definitely a post worth saving!!!
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Awesome read !!Have a stupid question - when you say let it bloom do you bottle first and let it sit in frig or leave out on counter ???


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Very cool story, I have been to Taylor a few times for work and always stop at Louie M's. I had no idea about this part of the history though. The beef rib is something else

Side note, Taylor TX has been used in a ton of movies that nobody realizes. Pretty cool for the middle of nowhere TX.
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Awesome read !!Have a stupid question - when you say let it bloom do you bottle first and let it sit in frig or leave out on counter ???


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That's exactly right. Bottle it and let it sit in the frig over night..

Edit: I bottle it hot in a Mason jar and seal, then let it sit on the counter at least until it comes to room temperature and then into the frig.
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A great read, thanks so much for the post!
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