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First Chcuk on the Egg

GriffinGriffin Posts: 7,080
edited 5:50AM in EggHead Forum
So starting tonight we are expecting some bad weather here in Dallas. Nothing like the rest of the country has seen this winter, but people down here can't drive in rain and sleet and snow. So as much time as i have accumulated here at work I decided to take the day off to avoid the crazies on the road and try my hand at a chuckie. Think it was just short of 4 pounds. Maybe 3.9lbs.

So I read up on some different forums and this is what I think my plan is going to be. Seems like 250 is the way to go till it hits 160, then foil till it hits either 200 or 205? Do I need to add some liquid when I foil it? Any basic guideline on how long it generally takes per pound? Just trying to figure out when I need to get it started to have it done in time for dinner.

Don't worry, I'll post pics. Got nothing else to do tomorrow except watch some movies and sip on a bloody mary or two.

Wish me luck.

Richardson, Texas

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