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  • Ok, so I have a little update for you guys.. I did 2 long cooks & one pizza cook with the DIY swing grate and so far it's been good. I've noticed 2 problems that are fixable, so I'll be tackling them next week. Problem 1- The top grate nut runs…
  • I own an apparel company geared towards custom made Motorsports team uniforms. So if any of you pitmasters out there are looking for some killer team shirts, I'm the man for the job! Men I love my job!
  • ^ I know! ) The nomex gasket should be here tomorrow, then I'm ready for the weekend! \:D/
  • Trini_in_Ottawa said: Trini_in_Ottawa said: Thanks guys - I am going to get the swing extender now, but as finster said, I will probably end up with both eventually. SmokinTiger81 - I bbq a lot of stuff Caribbean style, which require…
  • Trini_in_Ottawa said: Thanks guys - I am going to get the swing extender now, but as finster said, I will probably end up with both eventually. SmokinTiger81 - I bbq a lot of stuff Caribbean style, which requires basting and rotating the meat…
  • Today I made my own swing top 2 tier rack using a Weber 13" grill, a 10" long 1/2" thread rod, with nuts & flat cut washers from Home Depot. It cost me less than $25 total and it works great! I'll post pics later today
  • Thanks for the compliments guys.. TexanOfTheNorth I decided not to foil my brisket unlike the masses, in hopes of getting a nice bark. After 17hrs, the temp was hovering around 174. One of my mistakes was not probing around with my maverick to get…
  • The pizza stone was a Kitchen Aid brand we've been using for years.. I took an angle grinder to the corners, so how it fits the Egg like a glove. No sense in buying a 16" round stone :-D
  • Thanks guys! As you can tell, I'm in love with my BGE :-D (my wife is jealous lol) Little Steven, the Pizza had cured ham my sister boiled & grilled before putting it on the pie. On Father's day weekend we're doing a 15lb packer Brisket. I ca…
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