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Love is in the Egg!

Got my large BGE a couple of weeks ago and am in love with this amazing cooker. First cook I did a spatchcock chicken. (thanks to TNW and his website for the great instructions & pics)Bird came out juicy and succulent w/ a crispy skin. Next I did some babybacks direct at 225 for 3hrs flipping every 45 min. Awesome! Fall of the bone tender w/ a nice crunchy exterior. Then Superbowl Sunday I did some ABT's and a brisket flat direct at 225. ABT's were a hit and the brisket came out eggcellent! Tender though not mushy w/ a beautiful smoke ring. This weekend I finally got my platesetter and did a pizza directly on it. Pizza came out perfect even w/o a pizza stone, crunchy thin crust but not burnt at all. I'm starting to think the Egg can do no wrong. I'm definitely sold. Worth every penny in my book. Just my 2 cents from a dude in Austin who loves his BBQ & Za.

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  • Celtic WolfCeltic Wolf Posts: 9,773
    ATXEGGER,[p] The world is once again in harmonious balance. I can feel the Egg Chi flowing once again..[p] Ohhhh Welcome to the forum and how in the heck did you get tender fall off the bone baby backs in 3 hours? Please don't tell us you boiled (GASP!!!) them first...[p]
  • cbscbs Posts: 99
    Celtic Wolf,[p]Our town motto is "keep Austin weird"[p]Anything can happen here. (but I too am interested in the answer).
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    <p />Celtic Wolf,
    Haha! Thanks C.Wolf. Hell no I didn't boil! I may be new to Eggdom but I've been around BBQ long enough to know you never boil ribs. Never ever ever!!
    I mustarded the slab applied my rub, drank a few brews then threw it on the Egg at 225 directly on the grate. Drank more brews, then proceeded to flip every 45 min. Egg temp remained anywhere from 200 to 250 the whole time. Nice crusty exterior, pure pork buttery goodness inside.

  • Celtic WolfCeltic Wolf Posts: 9,773
    ATXEGGER,[p] AHHHHH Drank lots of beer and really doesn't know it actually took 5 hours... That plain's it Lucy!!
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