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Plate Setter

FredcFredc Posts: 10
edited 7:02PM in EggHead Forum
I am a fairly new egg owner. I have been cooking chicken, ribs, steaks, fish, lamb and mussels. I just wanted to get an opinion on the plate setter for cooking and if the results are good?[p]Thank you in advance for any advice,[p]Fred Croson


  • Fredc,[p]IMHO it's the most useful eggsessory they make (next to the ash tool). I think it should be included as standard equip. A drip pan with some water in it will serve as a barrier and provide indirect cooking, but the plate setter is the best. It evens out everything. Temp stabilization is easier. It raises the grill to gasket level, and while I havn't done them yet, I hear it's a must when doing pizza.
  • Fredc,
    It is an elegant all-in-one solution to indirect cooking and pizza cooking. I have 3 and love them.[p]TNW

    The Naked Whiz
  • FredcFredc Posts: 10
    Fredc,[p]Thank you all for your help and have a great weekend. Esp those of you in Atlanta. [p]Fredc

  • Fredc,
    They work great for a pizza set up paired with a BGE baking stone also ... recommended setup at link below I just found.

    [ul][li]Plate Setter Pizza Setup on Egg[/ul]
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