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It's a Boy!!.......

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  • milesbrown4milesbrown4 Posts: 314
    Can't wait to see the new little man in action!
  • ChubbsChubbs Posts: 6,920

    Broke in the little guy on Saturday after a long day of yard work. After playing with the temps and burning a fire for a few hours, I decided to cook a vidalia onion to go top of two filets I had in the fridge. One problem... I dont have an indirect piece yet... after a few beers I grabbed an old fire grate for a LBGE I had in my shed. Wrapped it in tin foil, and poked holes through the foil to allow airflow since it was a tight fit. Worked like a champ! Was able to hold whatevev temp I wanted. I included a pic of the new MINI firering for those interested.

    Vidalia onion is stuffed with a beef boulion cube and butter. Cooked for an hour or so, then tried to ramp up the heat for the filets. The MINI was going for around 6 hours before the beef, so not enough fuel left to get to searing temps. Cooked them at 400, then removed them at 115* and seared them on a CI skillet in the large. Great first meal. Oh, and the filets were wrapped in some of my homemade bacon! Sorry no plated pic...

     

    Columbia, SC --- LBGE 2011 -- MINI BGE 2013
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