I just posted this in the other chicken thread. this is my favorite:
spatchcock, wash, dry, healthy dose of dizzy pig swamp venom, raised grid 350-400 until 160 in breast 180 in thighs.
The swamp venom has some good kick to it but my wife and I love…
WE made our own rubs (and still do) but have come to love Dizzy Dust on butts and ribs and Raging River on salmon and spatchcocked chicken. Just got Swamp Venom so will try that out tomorrow with spatchcocked bird.
Let us know how you like em!
Welcome to the cult, the easy way!Never look a gift egg in the mouth (unless it burps first)
Without the fire screen, watch where you have it set up, live embers can fall out during a cook. Enjoy!
This is true, I've le…
I hate when they try to make plastic look like wood (the color here). At least they didn't put fake wood grain in it. Just make it look like plastic.
I think you've got the nicest handle I've seen on here!
I used a Kreg pocket jig to make a table. I found that when I opened the lid the green egg would tilt back. I was fortunate to realize that the three feet would snuggly fit in the gap and by spacing them 1/3 around the green egg…
I love Royal Oak and use it exclusively. It is almost always in stock at the Wal-mart around the corner at a reasonable price. I have used it on overnight low-n-slow cooks and high temp grills.
Produces a good amount of ash (but thats no problem as…
looks good. i'm going to give mine a try this week.
Thanks man. Yes I'm real impressed by the quality construction and how much more egging real estate I have now. Good luck with your cook