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Bad Weather = Good Food

BHE1BHE1 Posts: 205
edited 3:06PM in EggHead Forum
I'm not real happy with the weather in Ohio--48* and rainy! The one silver lining to the cold wet weather is Fall style cooking!! Just put a 4.2 lbs. roast on the egg--dutch oven, carrots, onions, chuck roast, and covered halfway with chicken and beef broth! The egg is stable at 330*; should take about 5-6 hours to fully cook. I would typically put potatoes in with the meat too but the wife is going to make mashed potatoes instead. Will make gravy with the left over juice too.

That's the first cook of the day. I'm going to begin another cook in the large around 4 or 5 this evening---4 pork butts. I'm taking one to a tailgate party tomorrow, giving two away to friends, and keeping one for myself.

No matter the weather it is always a good day to cook on the egg!!!!!
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