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You can do it direct or indirect. Personally I like it direct, as high up in the dome as I can get it. I usually cook it at 350 to 400 bone side down for the majority of the cook, but flip it to the skin side for the last 10-15 min. How long? It depends on the size of the bird, but usually somewhere between 45-60 min. As I said, there is more than one way to do it, so try it a few ways. The best part about experimenting with the egg is that you get to eat the results and usually none are bad. :)