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  • My large has been moved twice by movers, and I did not have any issues.  My egg was transported in a nest only for both moves.  I would recommend taking the firebox out and wrapping it in bubble wrap or an old towel (what I used). My first move was…
  • I don't know if this makes a difference to you, but the PlayStation doubles as a blueray player.  For me that tilted the scales to the PS3/PS4.
  • GQuiz said: Lockhart has been less than its usual stellar self lately. Take I-10 west to the Buc-ee's exit. After picking up a bag of Beaver Nuggets, hit Luling City Market and then head up 183 to Austin. +1 on City Market and +1 on …
  • +1 buy a Mac!!!! Worth every penny.  I have macbook pro 2009 model and have never had issues.
  • By reports I have read, it seems like a hit or a miss.  Some people say they have bottom and top vents wide open and can't get much above 350.  Others don't seem to have a problem. I for one have a small with a stock grate that reaches 600 plus wit…
  • I received this as an early present this past weekend. I spent all weekend experimenting with new "concoctions"
  • Amazon I would search "gasket replacement" in the forum search bar and then read through the multiple threads regarding this topic. As mentioned above, the forum member RRP is the resident gasket expert.  He replied to my original post, so chances…
  • Thanks all for the input.  Sounds like a solid reason Permatex is so popular.  Ultra Copper it is!
  • :ar! Sailor Jerry is my go to spice rum.  I too used to drink Captains, but IMO Sailor Jerry is much better.  It has a cherry flavor so it mixes well with Cherry Coke Zero!
  • johnkitchens said: With summer here I am in the market for two Jet Skis. I will be buying new.  I am not familiar at all with the different brands etc. I need the kind that can seat two.  Can any of you guys help me out with recommendatio…
  • I believe there have been other forum members that have used JB Weld to fix a broken plate setter.  You might try searching for "broken plate setter" and read through some old threads.
  • Dang!  Where was that last year?  I love the cooking space on my small, but more more portability would be nice.  It looks like the best of both worlds. Someone at the mother ship must have been paying attention to all of those mini vs. small topi…
  • How ironic.  I just picked up a whole turkey breast to cook on the egg. I figured that it would be enough to cure the cravings, but not have leftovers for days.
  • QDude said: robnybbq said: Plate setter for me. At all the way. Second mistake was the mavericks. They're good for about 4 cooks then unreliable. Sounds like you got some bad ones.  I have been using mine for three year…
  • Half moon raised grid with drip pan, and the jalapeno holder.  Both never get used.  Even if I want stuffed jalapenos.  Both were bought when I first got my large. I'm a little surprised at how many votes for the plate setter there were.  I use min…
  • Rudy's Rub. I've not tried the Grand Champion rub, but I am curious as to how it compares to Rudy's.
  • My apologies for getting to this thread too late to help with the Super Bowl cook.  However, for reference, we used pizza dough from Trader Joes and it was pretty good.
  • @Terrebandit I would love to be back in Texas!  We miss it a lot, but unfortunately my job has me elsewhere.  We used to live in Austin and still have several friends there. It is our favorite place to come back to when we visit. I was born and rai…
  • Just finished getting all of the ingredients yesterday.  I plan on mixing it up today and giving it a try.
  • @Terrebandit I have the same exact model and I love it.  The type of lump affects how much sparks are generated.  Some are worse than others.  Relighting lump also makes a difference.  When I light lump that has already burned down some, I get almos…
  • @tmas If you want an egg dedicated for traveling, then I wouldn't go above a small.  The mini is probably your best option, just due to size alone. How many people do you anticipate cooking for when traveling?
  • +1 for the Small.  I have a Large and small and I really like the combo.
  • The picture Micky posted was instant espresso.  I found the same brand of ground espresso, but it was not instant.  I was not sure if that made a difference.
  • @henapple, No mexican markets in the area.  I found a large bag of the dried peppers for just a couple of dollars at Walmart and we have a good food processor, which should make short work of the peppers. On another note, what brand coffee does eve…
  • Looking forward to trying this! From all of the comments it sounds great. I have to admit the Mrs. raised an eyebrow at the recipe because she does not like coffee, but is willing to give it a try. Could not find ancho chili powder already prepar…
  • I can't speak for the medium, but I have a large / small combo and I love it.  We use the small for every day cooks.  I have a family of 4 and it is plenty big enough to do 4-5 steaks, beer can chicken with room for potatoes, etc.  If your family …
  • I also hang my grate off the shelves, but I am interested in using the rack to store my plate setter.
  • BTW, I'm also interested to know if the racks will work on the side if you have the shelves.
  • JohnInCarolina said: I have no idea what these look like, but the Google image search on "Grate Racks" is verrryy intriguing.   LOL! I take it that you don't want any children in the room when you do that search?
  • My initial reaction was to say a small, because I have a large / small combination and I like it.  The small comes up to temp really fast and we use it for everyday cooking and the large for larger weekend BBQ's. However, we are a family of four an…
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