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Plate Setter, Legs up or down?

Checkered DemonCheckered Demon Posts: 1
edited 9:28AM in Charcoal
Fellow Eggers,
When do you use the plate setter with legs up? When should the legs be down? Thanks in advance for your help! :blink:

Comments

  • PhilsGrillPhilsGrill Posts: 2,256
    Usually an indirect cook and putting a drip pan under the grate.
  • jimmyletellierjimmyletellier Posts: 1
    edited November 2011
    using lump natural chacoal seems to make the roast or turkey a little too smokey for my taste. Any sugestions as to tone down the smoke flavor?
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