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Not Too Old To Learn

HillbillyHillbilly Posts: 14
edited 3:13PM in EggHead Forum
I did Country Pork Ribs on my new BGE yesterday. Great! Had some left over for breakfast.[p]Today I prepped a small 2 lb brisket to experiment with. Lit the Egg around 1 pm, but went back inside and left draft door open and daisy wheel off for a few minutes.[p]When I came back out the temp was 550! Now every other grill I have had was easy to lower the temperature...so should be the same with the egg right? Wrong! It is much easier to raise the temperature than it is to Lower the temp. That sucker just holds the heat forever. Finally I shut if off and still took a long time to get the dome temp down. Finally, at 5 pm I restarted and now have the meat on.[p]Lesson Learned? Easy to go up, hard to come down![p]Not too old to learn a new thing and am giving my old gasser away.[p]
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Comments

  • StubbyQStubbyQ Posts: 156
    So you forgot what the thing made of...ceramics. Holds heat good don't it? Always come up to temp and hold. Lot easier than going over and trying to come down.[p]You want automatic temp get a BBQ Guru.[p]Even temps friend.
  • HillbillyHillbilly Posts: 14
    StubbyQ,
    Yep, I learned a lesson I will not forget. That old gasser seems clunkier and clunkier now.

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