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Used my AR to cook up some spatchcock chickens. The lighter one has Pineapple Head the darker one is with Dizzy Dust (Both from Dizzy Pig).
Not sure the AR should even be called an accessory - it is more like an essential component!
Thinly sliced up some breast meat on top of some jasmine rice, chopped cilantro, a squeeze of a line and just a kiss of sriracha hot sauce.
@Plano_JJ The AR is one of the best purchases you can make - its really awesome. I would recommend getting both the 20" and the 16" grid along with the slide -- makes it easy to pull things out. I have not used it for ribs yet but plan to soon. I think it would be pretty easy.
I changed my user name (had to just create a new account) but the below link is something I posted a few days back -- you won't be disappointed.
CGS has a package deal for about $200. Sounds pricey but its well built and works for what I needed. Plus Tom (the owner) is very helpful and his product is made in the USA.
@Charlie tuna I have an XL. I think the same way - I loving to cook a few different things in my egg at the same time and the AR gives me this option. Next weekend I am going to cook some ATB, stuff shrooms and paella. I will be able to do it all at the same time on different levels.