OK, so today we have 24 folks for dinner and in addition to the travertine tiles I decided that you clearly have to laser engrave the pumpkin pies (because inducing divorce ). So after my wife finished baking them this morning, and I had gotten the turkey out of the brine and stuffed with fresh herbs I shoved the pie into the PRU. Of course whenever I am under time pressure it purple-buttons (aiiiiiigh). So with my wife yelling at me to get the salmon into the smoker Right f’ing now I yelled for my son and we made an emergency swap to the forever forge. Since this is the 4th forge I have setup, it was pretty quick. So for folks who want to know how dirty the insides get after this many months (this one was swapped out after about a month when my first PRU’s power supply tanked, so that is since may. Here is the buildup:
Sad to see “Forge Ahead” go, as it was a trusty companion over the last few months, but Valley Forge 2 is in the house.
Now I am going to discuss settings\ (and no I don’t want to move to beyond the manual), so I tried 70% and full speed, which was not enough pewpew.
Because while it looked cool engraving, after sitting for a while it kind of faded:
Second pie is going in at 100%