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edited 8:55PM in EggHead Forum
Hey all
It may be a little late to ask for help but here goes.
Tomorrow night is my turn to have after game celebrations for the fastball team. A few cold ones will get slammed a few lies will be told and some food will be enjoyed.Now not too many of the boys have experianced the egg yet so I dont want to disappiont them.
I am thinking of doing up some suasage on a buns-my problem is this.
We wont show up at the house till going on 9:00 pm and to start the cooking process then could mean late eating(impatient and hungry boys)should I start the meat before then take them off and finnish later or try to set my temps low and leave them on during game time or...
all ideas appreciated



  • JJJJ Posts: 951
    Sausage should not take more than 15 min from the time you ignite the EGG until it is time to eat. Crank up the heat to 350-400* turn a couple of times. You have no problem.

  • Tim MTim M Posts: 2,410
    WW,[p]If the sausages don't sound right - think about chicken wings. Nothing better with a beer and TV (even if its football). Try the ChefRd recipe - add some hot sauce if you're not chicken!! Yummmy[p]Tim
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