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Kitchen Equipment To Help With Our BGE's

What's the most helpful piece of kitchen equipment to help you with your cooks? This is one I ran across that I use a lot. It's called the Coating Buddy.
You can get them at different places, but I hadn't seen one in probably 25 years. When I ran across it, I grabbed it. Everyone that has seen me use it always wants one. Makes quick work of breading anything and the price is reasonable at $17.00.
Large BGE
Greenville, SC
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  • hondabbqhondabbq Posts: 1,136

    I just put on latex gloves.

    Winnipeg, Manitoba.

    Sledder, Quadder, Rock and Roller, Big Green Egg Smoker.

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  • EggcelsiorEggcelsior Posts: 11,030
    Your name, this post... Your name, this post...

    Something smells punny in here...

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  • Dredger also sells Mangrates.
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    Dripping Springs, Texas.
    Just west of Austintatious

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  • DredgerDredger Posts: 229
    Lol, the Dredger handle refers to gold dredging. It's one of our hobby's.
    Large BGE
    Greenville, SC
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  • DredgerDredger Posts: 229
    @canegger - a must have for those hot days on the water with the dredge.
    Large BGE
    Greenville, SC
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  • henapplehenapple Posts: 14,076
    $17 will buy some beer...
    Green egg, dead animal and alcohol. The "Boro".. TN 
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  • "dredger" pretty well summs up my dating habits in college.
    "Let us cross over the river, and rest under the shade of the trees." 
    -Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson

    Peachtree Corners, GA
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  • Do the make them the size of a brisket or pork butt? Now, that would be interesting.
    Dave - Austin, TX
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  • DredgerDredger Posts: 229
    Naw, it's great for okra or chicken pieces or cube steak or seafood. @terrebndit do you normally bread a brisket or pork butt? I would think that would be unusual. Sorry for the initial post. I wanted to share something I found useful, but obviously that is not a good thing here. I honestly thought the topic was worthwhile, but it seems that it is not. Won't bother again.
    Large BGE
    Greenville, SC
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  • EggcelsiorEggcelsior Posts: 11,030
    It's all cool Dredger. I just got a kick out of it after clicking on the link and then coming back to your name. It does seem pretty nice for evenly coating food and keeping SWMBO out of my hair for making a mess of the kitchen.
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  • Dredger, thanks for the link. Will that work with wet batter? Couple of them could reduce the mess of the dredge line. Also thinking that be an easy way to get a light coating of corn starch on the wings
    Eggin in SW "Keep it Weird" TX
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  • Dredger said:
    Naw, it's great for okra or chicken pieces or cube steak or seafood. @terrebndit do you normally bread a brisket or pork butt? I would think that would be unusual. Sorry for the initial post. I wanted to share something I found useful, but obviously that is not a good thing here. I honestly thought the topic was worthwhile, but it seems that it is not. Won't bother again.

    Please don't take what I said personal or as a dig on your original post. My intent was to be funny and not to attack you in anyway. I see uses for this gizmo for sure. I would like to try it with boneless and skinless chicken breasts on the BGE. Might be good for doing a fish fry too.
    Dave - Austin, TX
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  • DredgerDredger Posts: 229
    Sorry about my snarky post guys. I had just finished trying to do a calzone and couldn't get the Publix dough to cooperate. I had to waaay overwork it and it was tough as nails. Filling was great though, but dinner was very late. @Terrabandit, no problem. I do love the humor here. I should be more thick skinned. @AustinEgghead, yes it works with both wet and dry batter. It's amazing how evenly it coats, almost powder thin and it really makes no mess like using plastic bags.
    Large BGE
    Greenville, SC
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  • Seanr7Seanr7 Posts: 207
    I always go back to Alton Brown, never buy something for the kitchen that's a single use item.
    XL BGE
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  • HotchHotch Posts: 1,233
    We use one of these when I light up the deep fryer. Catfish mostly. They are great at first but the flour/breading starts to ball and cake up after 10 or 12. Then need a refresh.

     "You’re not a real Texan till you’ve been kicked out of every decent state in America." - Joe Bob Briggs

    LBGE, Mini BGE and R&V Fryer

    Prosper TX

    And your are correct, Texas Red has no Beans



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