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Had my first post the other night. Just got a LBGE and on the 2nd cook dove into a brisket. Got some great advice from Grandpa grub and a cool picture of a stratocaster
Is it typical for the egg temp when starting to go quickly from 200 up to 350? I had to close all the vents for a half hour to get it to drop to 200 then stabilized it at 225. I then put brisket on and evertyhing was gret for a couple of hours-so I left :ohmy: When I returned at 7hrs into the cook the dome temp was 140 but the fire was out. All the coal in the middle was burnt to ash along with two of the three wood chunks. The entire perimeter of the fire ring still had unburned coal.I finished it up in the oven. Came out great.2nd question is does anyone know why that burn pattern came about. I'm sure it's some sort of operator error. Thanks in advance-love the forum