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There are two very delicious food holidays coming up that we wanted to share with you all because cheese and guac deserve to be celebrated! Guacamole Day is on September 16th and Cheeseburger Day is on September 18th. Happy cooking EGGheads! It's time to think about getting out to one of the many #EGGfests around the country - see a list here

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  • I feel like I need to forewarn people of a few things.  -The pictures are not impressive.  I didn't bring a camera aside from the one on my phone.  I didn't want to miss out on anything because I was too worried about taking pictures.  I also didn…
  • I just talked to Glenn @ Challenger about ordering a base model (standard colors, no options) 76" table for my XL.  He quoted me a few dollars under $3K, taxes in. I was planning on driving right to the factory to pick one up but the fact that it'd…
  • We've got a juicer and my wife and I each have a large juice every day.  My go to is kale, spinach, celery, cucumber, apple, and lemon. I know, not the manliest morning beverage but I've got to do something to offset the cornbread and pulled pork…
  • A-Baum said: Downingtown, PA.  West philly suburbs. Chillin'' out, maxin', relaxin' all cool, shootin' some b-ball outside of the school?  :D
  • @Eggcelsior can you hook me up with a tracking number?  Two weeks is longer than normal for shipping from the U.S.A. Thanks.
  • Have any other Canadians received there extender yet?  I'm waiting for mine, wanted to make sure I'm not the only one.
  • hondabbq said: I am considering one of these tables seeing as I live in Canada and cant find anything here that covers all the bases these do. I work in the restaurant business and even went so far as to get a quote from a supplier here for a…
  • If I'm doing a bunch of prep work with veggies I want a smaller blade, if I'm slicing up a tenderloin, brisket, etc I want a longer blade just so that I can cut through the meat in one slice. The smaller knifes feel better, especially for quick cut…
  • XLBalco said: Village Idiot said: It seems your question was about knife types, rather than brands.  My favorite kitchen knife is a Chef's Knife.  It has a curved blade that will rock back and forth, making chopping an easy task. Next,…
  • These are my "go-to" knifes in order of preference, from top to bottom. The top two are a tough call as I really love the feel and balance of the large San Moritz, the size (10") is just a touch less practical than the 7" Miyabi. If I had to buy k…
  • @cortguitarman So far, right in the middle of the island.  :D I'll clean out a cupboard and take it over from my wife.  God knows she has enough of them full of things we never use. I played this one fairly well.  I took her to a restaurant sup…
  • The old fella' had a 2hp grinder that looked like it could chew up a t-rex, and a huge upright sausage stuffer as well.  He was mentioning that today might be his last batch of sausage so I asked him to give me a shout if he decided to pull the pin.…
  • I haven't been wrapping either pork or brisket.  I figured I'd start off as simple as possible. 
  • 275 grate or lid, because I'm right around 275 lid temp when I hit 225 at my grate?
  • Thanks.  I'm guess a fella' can trim up the skirt on this thing?  Otherwise I'm looking at about a 3" variance in thicknesses. 
  • Here are some unwrapped pictures.  I'm no closer to knowing where to begin on this sucker. 
  • I just realized that there is a table specific forum here.  Sorry for the oversight, I reposted over there. Kevin.
  • The two smaller mouths that I feed: Myself working on filling the freezer: Waiting in line with my girls to meet one of the princess's at Disney World, last month.  Still not 100% sure why they call it the "Happiest Place on Earth".....
  • @Skiddymarker HA!  I'd have better luck convincing her that I was an astronaut, at this point.  With the new egg and hints about me driving down to Illinois to pick up a nest as well, I think that I've pretty much milked the "but honey, you get a n…
  • I've only done two butts so take my experience with a grain of salt. Both of mine took just under two hours per pound @ 225 degrees grate temp. I started a ten pounder yesterday at 6:00 pm and put it in the cooler @ 2:00 pm today. (I don't foil f…
  • Not sure how to do the @ bit yet.  Is it as simple as typing @double ? Anyhow, I've been doing the salmon on my gas grill on account of not owning a smoker prior to this week.  Here's the recipe I use, not sure if a guy can get a low enough temp on…
  • SaturdayFatterday said: Won't you eat these ribs They fall apart now The best I've ever had Redemption ribs The ribs of freedom... Congrats! They look amazing. Lol. Emancipate yourself from grilling slavery None but ourselves…
  • Fiiiiine.  ;) My name's Kevin and I hail from Saskatoon SK, Canada.  I recently bought my first Egg after many weeks of deliberation and weighing my options.  I settled on the Egg largely as a result of the climate of my home.  We're blessed with 6…
  • Eggcelsior said: Evilsports said: Not sure if this has been asked, but is the group buy pricing available to us Canadians?  I'd imagine shipping would be a few dollars more and from what I understand there is a some customs paperwork t…
  • Not sure if this has been asked, but is the group buy pricing available to us Canadians?  I'd imagine shipping would be a few dollars more and from what I understand there is a some customs paperwork that needs to be done when shipping to us. Thank…