I have been reading the forum now for about a month or so, and am still not convinced that I "Need" an Egg. The wife and I have been happily grilling on a Weber Genesis for quite a long time.
I read just about every post made every evening when I get home from work and hardly ever see any cooks where it has just gone wrong. Cooks that went FUBAR, fire went out, wrong lump, lump to small, etc, etc.....
Tell me about the ones that went wrong, what happened, and how you have gone about not having that happen again.
You all appear to really have a zeal for egging. It seems for even simple cooks, like burgers, a yard bird, you need to dedicate an hour an a half just to get the food off the grill. Searing a steak takes about 30 minutes or more to get the grill to nuclear then a 2 or 3 minute sear on each side then rest for some time, then finish up on a much lower temp for a length of time.
So again, tell me about what went wrong, and also, if you dont mind, tell me about how long you spend on your preps, and cooking times on a regular work day. Most days I dont get home before 5pm. And I am trying to get a handle on what kind of time frames I am looking at to get a meal off the egg.
Thanks for all the help gang. I have really enjoyed reading the site the last few weeks.
Happy Egging all.
South of Chicago