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third cook on new egg

edited 1:31AM in EggHead Forum
<p />i brought home a medium bge last tuesday night. wednesday, chicken legs. thursday, ribeyes. friday, top loin pork. saturday, quesadillas. later tonight, game hens![p]next week... ribs and pork butt and turkey breast! can't wait to truly smoke![p]friday, i did the pork loin with just sea salt and ground black pepper for 67 minutes on only lump to see just how the egg flavors the pork. o m g !
we cut into strips and inserted into bread sticks browned on the egg...
my neighbor said "that's a six dollar sandwich!"
i agreed and smiled.
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  • GHEggerGHEgger Posts: 37
    Nice pic! I'm getting hungry....
  • bbqdivabbqdiva Posts: 192
    Rick's Tropical Delight,[p]$6.00? Who's your neighbor? That is DEFINATELY an $8.00 sandwich :-) LOL! Gorgeous.[p]bbqdiva
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    <p />bbqdiva,
    ya think?! hahahaha![p][p]i've just prepared the lump for the game hens and i'm soaking some cherry chips... i'm gonna try some lo-n-slo this time. i think i'll skewer some pineapple chunks[p]here's a shot of the $8 sandwich
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  • SundownSundown Posts: 2,967
    I saw your web page pretty neat.[p]HAve you posted before? If you have I hadn't noticed, sorry.[p]Welcome to our world.

  • gdenbygdenby Posts: 5,616
    Rick's Tropical Delight,[p]The Egg really make cooking a delight. After 5 months, I'm doing things I never tried before, and working hard to get other things just right. (still haven't made a really good brisket, but still way better than anything I'd previously done.)[p]Let me guess. You did lots of 'Q and griling defore. The Egg make it seem that before you might as well have been cooking over a trash fire. That was my response. As my wife said, "Well, yes, about half of the food was burnt." comparing Egged food to what I'd done earlier.[p]Ahh, the joy of a good tool[p]

  • bbqdivabbqdiva Posts: 192
    Heya Sundown,[p]Nope, just started on the forums yesterday as a matter of fact. Been an Egger for about two years now....don't know why I haven't been around here, lol. Busy smokin' I guess. LOL![p]Thanks for the welcome....lots of good info here. Sure to improve my BBQ[p]bbqdiva
  • RRPRRP Posts: 21,300
    just curious how do you use that hand spade stuck in your table there? It appears to be too big to clean ashes from the top let alone from the vent opening.

    L, M, S, Mini
    Dunlap, IL
    Re-gasketing AMERICA one yard at a time...

  • bbqdivabbqdiva Posts: 192
    Heya RRP,[p]I use the spade to clear ashes from the vent area below the grate as well as remove any spent lump from the the pit. It fits easily in the vent door, maybe the picture makes it appear larger than it really is, LOL![p]I also find it handy to smack my kids with with they get out of control :P Just kidding...of course :-)[p]Regards,[p]bbqdiva
  • gdenby,
    it's all true

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