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Platesetters

RedpigRedpig Posts: 35
edited November -1 in EggHead Forum
I have been hearing alot about platesetters lately. Can someone tell me what it is, what it does and where I can find one? I'm thinking it's a spacer or something. I got a pizza stone from Mrs. Claus for Christmas. Also a grill book, apron and hat. Is there a connection here? Anyway, I've got two slabs going now with the 3/1/1.5 method. Just started the 1 portion. Man do they smell good! I've only had my BGE for about a month and everything I've done...ribs,pulled pork, chicken and ham, is the best I've tasted anywhere. I ate at a local "BBQ" joint last week. Hah! No comparison. Not even close to what comes out of that magical egg!
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  • Redpig,[p]This is a link to the product catalog. It is located on the home page of this site. The platesetter is on page five. Following I'll show a couple of typical uses.[p]Pout
    [ul][li]BGE Product Catalog[/ul]
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    <p />[p]Legs up. Usually for "additional mass" for an indirect low and slow.
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    <p />Legs down. Often used with a pizza stone for pizza, bread, or in this case, pretzels.
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  • RedpigRedpig Posts: 35
    Pout,
    Nice! I've got to get one of these. Thanks so much for the info and pics. Happy New Year to you and yours! Redpig

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  • ShelbyShelby Posts: 803
    Pout,
    Looks good...next time leave your grid in and that fire will burn off/clean the grid while you cook.

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