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After some more reading, I've decided to put the whole pineapple in the oven and cook to an IT if 165 deg F before hollowing. I'll then stuff it with pork tenderloin. The bromelain breaks down at 158 degrees, so pre-cooking th…
It's straight to me. How bout some deets on that table? Repurposed, recovered, recycled?
Built the whole table from new steel tube and new stainless sheeting, the sides where leftovers of plywood from a kitchen proje…
Here is a great London Broil marinade I have used for several years. Thought I'd share it with everyone:[p]0.5 cup soy sauce
0.5 cup olive oil
4.5 tbsp honey
6 lg. garlic cloves minced
3 tbsp chopped fresh rosemary (or 1 t…
Dr. BBQ's recipe in his book is to put the basic rub on them (brine them if you wish) and cook them indirect on the egg for 2 hours at 275. Wrap them in foil and cook for one more hour. I have cooked them brined and not brined wi…
I just replaced my Factory Gasket with a BGE high temp gasket. I took two heavy duty zip ties and zipped the two R shaped brackets together while closed.
then took the 4 top small nuts off that attach the hinge to the dome.
After that you can rem…
Man what a great roast recipe, I follow you on instagram, and I've always wanted to do a prime rib, my wife works at a local Bistro and the Chef seams to think i can't replicate it on My Egg, I'm so happy to find your page. Cheers
Thanks Dyal_SC that sounds good too Dyal_SC said:
Or if you're looking for something "different," how about some Cheesesteak Calzones with a Blue Cheese and Wine Sauce? http://eggheadforum.com/discussion/1151999/cheese-steak-calzones…
I am right there. Every time I come home from the BGE store or local restaurant supply I get cut off. This week I got a new big meat knife, big steamer pan, half cooking pan, and a new BGE remote thermometer.
i really like my Large. I often Cook for 4-6 people on it. One Chef up here in the Pacific North West got 14 racks of Baby backs on his Large. And I did a 22 pound Turkey on mine. hope that helps. cheers
here in the Pacific Northwest i have two great shops right to the north and south of me with in 10 min drive. the meat quality is much nicer than QFC or Haggen Foods, I don't care if they both open box's from St, Helens Beef. I will always support L…
I am! Doing a Diestel farms slow-growth 11 lber.Planning on doing Good Eats except more of a reverse sear.
Spatchcock, dry brine, indirect 350 (until VERY end), smoke.
Question is, what to use? (please vote)
yes the plate setter fits in the bottom drawer and the stone and beer can chicken holders too. Cheers Eggcelsior said:
That's right up my alley. I'm 6'5.
Whatever...you are like 5' 11 and that crazy orange h…