Eggers, I got an egg a little over a month ago and I am absolutely hooked. I've done a lot so far ranging from appetizers to main courses to desserts but I was hoping for some solid suggestions to tackle next.
I've included some photos of my cooks and most of these were done for the first time. I am a regular cook but had no experience smoking or using ceramic grills. I've realized if you use techniques from other eggers there is almost no way to screw stuff up. This thing just churns out great food easily. I've been to the BGE headquarter in Tucker, GA to replace a broked plate setter. They swapped it for a new one no questions asked. Talk about service! I have hooked/convinced all my friends as well and they will all be getting Eggs in the near future.
The pictures are:
-35lbs pounds of pulled pork that was devoured at the UGA vs. Boise St. tailgate we hosted at the Ga. Dome (3rd time I'd ever smoked a butt and I have people ranging in age and barbecue experience from a 21 year old that didn't like pork to 65 barbecue veteran coming up to me saying it was the best pork they'd ever had. Of course I accepted the compliments, but told them it was the Egg that gets credit for do the work. Smoking for 24 hours at 220 degrees)
-2 smoked beer can chickens (the most moist and tender chicken I've ever had)
-Bacon wrapped, Jalapeno stuffed Shrimp (a crowd pleaser)
-Smoked buffalo chicken wings (did these for a party and people that wouldn't eat meat off a bone told me they were now hooked)
-Seared bananas glazed in butter and sprinkled with brown sugar and cinnamon (didn't get a full pic as they were devoured too fast)
I've loved every second of using the egg and can't wait to try some new stuff.
Thanks in advance for any tips and suggestions!
-Hooked Egger in ATL