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Breaking in the small

edited 12:34AM in EggHead Forum
Well, I picked up the small at Eggtoberfest and started breaking it in last nite with my first cook being brownies. The small definately requires a little learning curve as the temps can change rather rapidly compared to the large. Had it up above 500 before i knew it and then it seemed to come down rather fast as well. Tonite i paid a little more attention to it in the beginning and had much better control. My wife is aggravated with me because tonite i cooked several things. I already had left over brisket from sunday but tonite i cooked jalapeno spinich dip stuffed chicken, chicken wrapped andoui smoked sausage with provolone cheese and shrimp scampi. After saturday i am inspired to take my egg to new levels.





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