Hop on down to your nearest EGG dealer this week to pick up some Easter EGGcessories! Here are a few that may be useful for Easter, the V-rack, electric charcoal lighter and flexible skewers! Now that Spring is in the air, it's time to think about getting out to one of the many #EGGfests around the country - see a list here
Welcome to the journey, it is a great way to cook! I have not heard anything about a particular brand being better for a particular type of cook, it is more about the size of the lump pieces that you use (based on what I have read on this forum). Sp…
Looks awesome! I have one question about the cheese. Every time I have made pizza with fresh mozzarella slices the moisture makes the crust wet in the middle. How have you avoided this (if you have)? Any tips would be appreciated.
Thanks for the information! Canugghead, I have the rectangular version and based on your links it does appear that the rectangular version was not built for going under the grid on the platesetter. Still think that it would make sense to reduce the …
Set up is amazing, I would be a little worried about the Egg sitting directly on the tiles, heat might be a problem. Or you can tell me to just STHU, you can do what you want. Very nice work!
I apologize if these are newbie questions:
1. How was the Egg set up (indirect/direct, grate height)?
2. What was duration of cook and temperature? Not sure what you meant by "ambient around 25 or so"
Any information is appreciated. H…
Should you go with a wood table, 2 suggestions:
1. Round the corners to make sure that the sharp corners don't tear your cover.
2. Make sure that the decking is at least 1" longer than the cross beams at the ends so that hooks for tools…
There are several local hardware stores/grill stores that carry it. Check the Rockwood website and put in St. Louis zip (63005) and you should have a couple of choices. You will not be disappointed, it does a great job!
That is truly sad. It was touristy but it felt authentic and the farmer's market let visitors/tourists support locals and get some great food. We loved getting our cheesy souvenirs and a slice of papaya when we were visited. Mahalo.
I keep the lid closed on the sear, helps control temperature and the height of the flames. IMHO keeping the lid open would be like spraying the fire with oxygen. Remember to burp the egg during the sear or you could lose a LOT of hair upon opening. …
I have a BGE cover for my egg/table that I received for Christmas, are there concerns about the breathability of the the cover and what are the ramifications? It worked really well during our 10" of snow this weekend...