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deviled egg question

Would you com the eggs c on the grill or just smoke them, I think I read 250 or like 40 mins? Does that sound right? also do you use water to boil or jus cook? I think I saw them just on the grill.
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  • SkiddymarkerSkiddymarker Posts: 6,470
    This is the best way, boil them, cool them, peel them, smoke them (cold), split them, mix (the magic step), fill them, eat them. 
    U_tarded - great post. 

    You could try and cook the eggs on the egg, but then you can drive a nail with a shovel, but you have to ask why? 

    Delta B.C. - Vee-Gan: old Indian word for poor hunter. 
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  • U_tardedU_tarded Posts: 1,252
    @Double cooks them raw on the egg like 300 for like 30 or 40 mins. Search a post smoking eggs how I do it. He explained his methodology. In my opinion you get a better smoke boiling, cooling, shelling then smoking
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  • doubledouble Posts: 1,214
    U_tarded said:

    @Double cooks them raw on the egg like 300 for like 30 or 40 mins. Search a post smoking eggs how I do it. He explained his methodology. In my opinion you get a better smoke boiling, cooling, shelling then smoking

    I would have to agree with you :-) I like the wow factor when people watch you putting eggs straight on your grill though :-) I will definately give your way a shot though.

    Lynnwood WA
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  • U_tardedU_tarded Posts: 1,252
    double said:

    U_tarded said:

    @Double cooks them raw on the egg like 300 for like 30 or 40 mins. Search a post smoking eggs how I do it. He explained his methodology. In my opinion you get a better smoke boiling, cooling, shelling then smoking

    I would have to agree with you :-) I like the wow factor when people watch you putting eggs straight on your grill though :-) I will definately give your way a shot though.

    Yea you created an egg monster at my house for like a week and a half trying to get this figured out. I would have never thought to try it without your mention of it.
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  • Cool I wil try this tomw. See what happens, thanks guys. 
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