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Egging in the Cold (-25C)

Tony S.Tony S. Posts: 114
edited 8:52PM in EggHead Forum
Well, before I bought the Egg I asked if it could be used in the cold, since I live in Manitoba. I was assured that it could. So, today it was -25C and then with windchill -34C. I decided to try it out.

Fired it up and let it heat for 30 minutes. Threw on the steaks. They were yummy.

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Manitoba, Canada Large BGE

Comments

  • FlaPoolmanFlaPoolman Posts: 11,672
    Too cold for me but the egg doesn't care :ohmy: Nice deck
  • cookn bikercookn biker Posts: 13,407
    Nice job!! Booze is good..nice deck too!
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  • 2Fategghead2Fategghead Posts: 9,623
    Tony, Nice looking steaks. I can't help but think that it is cold up there. You must have a lot of children up there! :) :laugh: :woohoo:
  • I didn't know that it got that cold---brrrrrr, but the steaks look great..
  • RipnemRipnem Posts: 5,511
    Way to go Tony ;)

    It just don't much matter what temp it is. :whistle:
  • johnrezzjohnrezz Posts: 116
    I know how you feel, I live in the Mountains of Colorado and it has been in the -20's for the past two weeks, I have cooked several Pizza's a few steaks and abeer but chicken. I have not done a long smoke in those temps simply because I dont want to deal with it but I imagine as long as the wind is calm it would work fine......

    the only thing I do different is when I load Pizza in I try to only open the lid about 2" or so. I find if I prop the lid up in that cold of temp it cools the dome down and takes about 5 min to get back up to temp....
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