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Two XL BGEs - So Happy!!!!
This thread should be a sticky! I bough a picnic BBQ guru at first.... it worked GREAT!!!! after going thru several pork butts, 11-15 lb briskets, ribs, countless LONG burns I decided to get rid of the battery powered GURU. I bought a DIGI BBQ and never looked back! I had a hic-cup where I sent in the BBQ WIFI for re-building due to my lack of prep to rain.... they repaired it and its back in service.....
Dont be shy... but the BBQ WIFI device and let your cooks go off without a problem. Im going to cook 25 lbs of pork butts - bone in this weekend and wont blink how they will turn out!
Im very satisfied how the BBQ WIFI works...when we put money on the pit and let it cook, the meat turns out great each time!
BGE Large... Go get 'em! "Cant means you haven't tried."
Im looking for a little input before I drop $350 on a thermometer. Does anyone use a BBQ Guru? If so, what are the pros and cons?
Scottborasjr said:@Fred19Flinstone, you didn't take pulled pork to your draft? For shame!! haha.
@Fred19Flinstone, you didn't take pulled pork to your draft? For shame!! haha.
...However, isn't the vent where the Guru is attached opened all the time to a fixed size? ... How does the Guru prevent the Egg from going over temperature because the vent is open more than it should be? There is no damper function on these, right?
+1 on getting either the wifi unit, or the party Q.You can save big $ by going with the portable Party Q to start out. If you already have a Maverick remote monitor then you are in like Flint.Otherwise, get the Cyber model so you can have remote temp monitoring, remote temp control, and 3 food probes to monitor multiple items.Remote monitoring becomes a MUST for the piece of mind of being able to see how things are going without leaving the comfort of your LazyBoyDeferring the gadgets over manual control is way over-rated IMO.