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. We can’t wait to kick off another fall full of tasty food!
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I am trying out my new Digi Q on my large egg. 15 lbs of Brisket went on at 1pm. In my opinion the Digi Q should not cause my food to cook faster because the egg holds the temp very well. The pit temp has been solid all afternoon. I started at 250 but I realized it was cooking fast. I turned the temp down to 225 without any trouble. The interesting thing is that the brisket is at 185 after only 9 hours. Will the constant temp from the Digi Q cause me to cook that much faster? The egg has only been opened once the entire time. I am a little worried about the speed of the cook. Anyone else ever have this happen?