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Plate Setter - Necessary??

KipKip Posts: 87
edited November -1 in EggHead Forum
How valuable an accessory is this? Is it necessary for indirect cooking? How is it best used?


  • CRCR Posts: 175
    You can arrange firebricks to get the same cooking configurations as using a Plate Setter; the Plate Setter is just much easier and faster. I bought a Plate Setter and really like it and use it quite often. [p]It makes setting-up for indirect very easy; just put in the Plate Setter(inverted) add a drip pan and the grill and you are ready. Also great for raising the cooking surface to the level of the Egg opening--essential for pizza making.

  • Kip,
    Not necessary, but it sure is nice to have...

  • ShelbyShelby Posts: 803
    Like the others have said, it is not necessary but it sure makes life easier, although I'm sure the guys who use firebricks say the same thing.
    I think the key is that it fits perfectly without having to build/stack firebricks and it's the correct height without having to cut/adjust.
    To me, it's well worth the investment.

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