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WAS GIVEN BGE FOR BIRTHDAY PRESENT

davidkimmeldavidkimmel Posts: 4
edited December 2011 in EGG Table Forum
Want a wonderfull present! I've had the BGE 5 days and have cooked chicken,pork butts,fish,and pizza..all with great success.I've enjoyed this forums heplfull tips,discussions,etc...nice to have a place to share infomation David  
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  • SqueezySqueezy Posts: 1,101

    Lucky bastage ... enjoy!

    Welcome to the club!

     

    Never eat anything passed through a window unless you're a seagull ... BGE Lg.
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  • welcome to the dark side
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  • Nice present, enjoy.

     

    -SMITTY     

    from SANTA CLARA, CA

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  • Congrats and future giftselections are a no brainer!
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  • What would be a great addtion to our new BGE that will be used most often?  that we can give for a Christmas gift

     

    most popular item(s)

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  • Most popular accessories, IMHO are:

    1) Platesetter - I think this item is so important, BGE should consider including this with the unit (yeah, sure)

    2) Rib rack - it takes the same time to make one rack of ribs as like 6 - so - max out your capacity with a rib rack!

    3) MEATS to COOK!

    4) Sack of prime lump - although this gift does have a mixed message, eh?

    5) Sacks of various smoking chunks - hickory, oak, maple, apple - etc

    6) Some home-made rub! (alternative: Store-bought rub, like Dizzy Pig)

    Anyone else have a suggestion? Fancy digital thermometers (I have the Maverick ET-732) are OK, but I usually use it only for extremely long cooks.

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