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  • MaskedMarvel said: Dimple in the middle? Copied from  here http://localfoods.about.com/od/grillingtips/tp/10-Tips-For-Perfect-Burgers.htm   "Don't Overwork the MeatThe more you handle the meat, the tougher your burger will be. In a l…
  • pkaboo1 said: I have a small rump roast, I don't have a clue. Any help out there?   Me and you both! I'll be looking in as I have just gotten a roast and don't quite know which way to go. We could cook indriect in a dutch oven with pototes, …
  • Big Ragu said: those are some elaborate cooks for a starter.  good job.  i took my start up pretty slow.  tends to happen when you cinge your arm hair and **** your pants on first cook ) )
  • Well I've been grilling/smoking away on the XL BGE.............Gettin better all the time   Pork tenderloin with peach/balsamic vinegar glaze, sweet potatos and grilled peaches and onions. The Wife is making corn on the stove boil, she's tired of …
  • i put mine on a piece of travertine tile which is 1/4 thick.....................
  • Got the table nest back under the LBGE. had to do a little creative bending and shaping but now I'm happy to have it off the tile. Grill ON!!
  • SWVABeanCounter said: @Motoboss My condolences.  They really are part of the family. hapster said: @Motoboss Sorry for your loss, that's gotta suck :( Thanks folks, Not having children the pup's are like kid…
  • I found this thread this morning and thought I would add my two mutts in memory of my loved ones. The black Deer Hound mix is Divot and she passed this morning at 15 years old. The Boxer is Shadow a 10 year old pure breed.   Love 'em while you go…
  • Great job, looks like you went "whole hog"....................
    in First Cook Comment by Motoboss July 2013
  • Kosko said: Nice setup and cook! Your name motoboss......you use to do motocross? No, not motocross although I was in CCS Roadracing series years ago but it does have to do with motorcycling. Being a Program Manager for a Rider's Edge…
  • TheEasyLife said: I had my XL on a table nest sitting on a piece of tile.  After about 6 cooks I decided to replace my casters with bigger casters.  I removed the egg and tile and found that the shelf was scorched on top (under the tile).  I ev…
  • Chubbs said: Beautiful table. What type of wood? My table is made of Tiger Maple with Cedar legs. The finish is Cabot Aussy Oil in Flaming Mahogany with three coats of Teak Oil over that. I got the wood very cheaply from a local mill, …
  • thebaron said: Looks awesome. I love that wood, and the oil finish really brings out the 'tiger' I'm sure lots will comment on this, but you need some air space below your egg, or fire brick is best otherwise the heat transfer to the wood mi…
  • The Cen-Tex Smoker said: I agree with Fishless. Get the Epiphanes (sp?) from a marime store. It was$50 a quart (not a misprint) but it onlly took a quart. Of course my table burned to the ground so you should really take everything I say with …
  • CANMAN1976 said: Hey all,just a quick question on urethane should I use clear,semi gloss or gloss urethane (helmsman spar urethane)? Does it matter?   thanks.     NONE, any urethane finish is a top layer not a wood absorbing oil. It…
  • Believe it or not I bought Tiger Maple from a lumber mill cheaper than any other hardwood from the big stores. I used cedar 4x4 for legs and had a solid top and solid bottom shelf made along with all the stringer boards for under $ 250.00. After …
  • I really like your table WarEagle62! So much so I'm stealing the frame design!!! Just came from the wood mill and having a one piece top and bottom put together out of Tiger Maple. I made the top 58"L x 26"W and the frame will be based on your des…
    in LBGE Table Comment by Motoboss June 2013
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