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Thanks for the help & first cook

garcia77garcia77 Posts: 26
edited 12:02AM in EggHead Forum
New to me large from Craiglist, finished the table late this afternoon. I didn't have time to get to Costco for steaks so grabbed some at Kroger which was a mistake. They looked great in the case but they turned out really tough. Pineapple soaked in vanilla Cruzan and brown sugar was great though.

Was able to fix the leak at the back of the dome using the search, had found info on resetting the lid and all is well. Going to get the table stained this week also.

I'm humbled by some of the great cooks and recipes I've seen here, thanks for sharing it all.

I finally have an egg!

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Comments

  • loco_engrloco_engr Posts: 3,673
    Congrats & nice table.
  • wkygrillerwkygriller Posts: 408
    Nice fetch on craigslist. One tip (just from what I have learned on here) You need the 3 green feet under the egg to cut down on the heat on the table.
  • WokOnMediumWokOnMedium Posts: 1,376
    That's a good catch. I'll never forget the images of Ronno standing on the table to pull a hot egg out of its table before it could fall through the charred hole it burned over a 8 month time.
  • probe1957probe1957 Posts: 222
    wkygriller wrote:
    Nice fetch on craigslist. One tip (just from what I have learned on here) You need the 3 green feet under the egg to cut down on the heat on the table.

    He has it on what looks like a paving stone. In my experience, that is adequate.
  • Egg JujuEgg Juju Posts: 658
    Grats!! You are going enjoy it. It is the Ultimate Cooking Experience.
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  • garcia77garcia77 Posts: 26
    I have some feet on order, not sure about the paver being enough but being on the deck I'll play safe. :)
  • probe1957probe1957 Posts: 222
    garcia77 wrote:
    I have some feet on order, not sure about the paver being enough but being on the deck I'll play safe. :)

    That can't hurt but I have had my Egg on a paver stone on a table for years with no issue.
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