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New to EGGin - Suggestions Needed
I have had my LBGE for a week now. I started out cooking hamburgers and hotdogs just to try it out. This cooker is amazing. I moved on to chicken breast and thick cut pork loin. They turned out very moist and tasted exceptional. I decided I was going to go all in and smoke a Boston Butt low and slow. I loaded the egg with 5 pounds of royal oak lump with four chunks of hickory and fired it up this past Saturday night. I adjusted the temp to 250 and put the 9.5 pound butt rubbed with DP Dizzy Dust and 17 hours later the meat temp hit 198. I wrapped in aluminum foil and let it rest in a cooler for 1.5 hours. It was so tender that it just fell apart. As you can see in the picture I was using a webber grill in the past. Actually I just gave it away after cooking on the egg.
This is the lump left after the smoke.
Sorry for all of
the rambling; now for the question. Any suggestions on what to cook
next (ribs, spatchcocked chicken,?).