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Update to Cooking at low temps

disabledDKdisabledDK Posts: 64
edited 2:35AM in EggHead Forum
I never had any fear that I can do burger or steak on my egg, but how about the very slow cooking and not just big chunk of meat for 24hrs
I wanted to meal ready to eat when I get home.
Sat I did a pork roast and potatos and rice so I had 2 sides woked Great did this 3-4 hr[p]Sun did ribs worked good also (dint have fall off the bone yet still OK )[p]Yesterday I wanted to start something noon and eat when I got home
I made a small pan of lazanya,5.5 hrs I thought a little hot 250 temp, but still turned out GREAT [p]There is a hole lot more here than burgers and steak grill[p]Thanks for all your help


  • EggtuaryEggtuary Posts: 400
    Glad to hear that you're having such a great time! The selfless veterans on here really do make the whole BGE experience.

  • SpinSpin Posts: 1,375
    DK,[p]You are definitely well on your way to great fun and excellent eats. If you are cooking the ribs 225-250 degrees, cook them upright lengthwise for 4-5 hours to get the easily pull free from the bone texture.[p]Spin
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