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black stuff on the outside of the egg

ric3677ric3677 Posts: 278
edited 7:59AM in EggHead Forum
So,I had a couple of glasses of wine while cooking and left the vents open on the large and when I finally found it, it had cooked all of the gunk out of the lid.
The problem is that some of it came thru the gasket and down the sides of the egg.

In all of your infinate wisdom, would someone tell me what is the easiest to clean this off?


Rick in MT


  • AZRPAZRP Posts: 10,116
    Did it look like this? -RP

  • ric3677ric3677 Posts: 278
    That's pretty much the way it looks.
  • BananaChipzBananaChipz Posts: 207
    I use a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser and a bit of elbow grease..
  • bobbybbobbyb Posts: 1,349
    I've sued Simple Green with success.
  • HicHic Posts: 350
    :woohoo: LOL - Way to get back @ the man! I'm sure your lawyer got a pretty penny.

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  • BigBadgerBigBadger Posts: 461
    Jeez... what the heck are you guys cooking that does that? I've done my low and slows, baking, turkeys, ribs, etc. without ever seeing any muck 'n guck on the inside of the lid!
  • AZRPAZRP Posts: 10,116
    Get it good and gunked up then do a high temp cook and you'll probably be seeing the same thing. -RP
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