It looks like you're new here. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons!
Try a pork tenderloin or center-cut loin. I've found them to be really hard to mess up. It gives you the opportunity to play with temps for a while and a 3 hour cook isn't as overwhelming as a overnight low and slow.
I hope you're as pleasantly surprised as I was with how forgiving the egg can be!
I'm a brand new owner and I'm itchin' to get this thing going...if I cook in 20-30 degree weather do I risk cracking my brand new medium Egg? Gonna do a couple of birds Friday then my first (turbo) butt on Saturday!Thanks in advance!
Hello...I, too, am a newbie.Was wondering, what would be a good thing to cook for our first "Egg" experience?Thanks...
As long as you have a drink in hand to keep you warm.
My first cook was chicken thighs and creamed spinach and my second was spatchcock chicken. Chicken is pretty forgiving and cheap. Make sure you have a trusty thermometer with you, as well. Always cook to temp, not time.
Griffin's Grub or you can find me on Facebook
The Supreme Potentate, Sovereign Commander and Sultan of Wings
That looks Dyno-Mite @Mickey!! OT but did you end up going to that game after all?
And I wasn't on your list?? (