We hope everyone’s enjoying the first few days of summer. For us, the weather heating up means one thing - the EGG’s gonna be busy! Whether you’re making stuffed burgers for a backyard grill out, some brats before a baseball game or searing a steak for dinner on the patio, we hope you’re doing it with full flavor and having fun all the while!
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Save for a delay in Cinci, the flight was uneventful. Got to watch most of the Vikings v. Packers game in the airport lounge, anyway, so it wasn't too bad.
I didn't realize you lived so close. Nonetheless, that was quite an ensemble.[p]
Flavor was better in the foil. Besides, with foil all you add is water. With husks, you soak the cobs then brush with oil to preserve hydration. Without oil, the kernels dry out too much...at least that's been my eggsperience.
I'm using a new bag of BGE lump, and the larger pieces tend to migrate to the top of the bag, so I haven't added any lumpdust. Temp's back up now, so I'm not worried, but it's just the virtual predictability of a flameout that gets to me! I…
I must print this response off to show it to my wife (who already know's I'm crazy), just to prove that there are other people out there who do occasionally forget their antipsychotic medication! Ha ha ha ha. Thanks, Sundown.[p]
I have never had problems with long cooks using my trivet, but not so with the ceramic grate. The only problem I've had with the metal is keeping the temps nice and low. They seem to creep up when you're not looking.
Uhhhhhh, Bob...I don't know how to tell you this, but that's not a pizza. It does look like it thou-- pizza slicer, pizza pan and the way the coloring on top came out, it kinda looks like tomato sauce. It's actually naan, a stuffed India…
Nature Boy and Fan,
The term,"Flippage," mentioned in my previous post, is used by permission. No trademark infringement. I am vice president of the Flippage fan club. Thanks, nonetheless, to both of you for the kind words.
Yes. I was going to suggest the same thing. Some sort of gripper hook that would hold the two grills together with a make-shift hinge on the opposite side. You'd have to be sure that the two sides were fastened tight enough so that whate…
It was either Grillin Bill or Rhum&Jerk. Do you remember what he was wearing? Bill made his Eggfest '99 Tritip beef recipe and R&J made ribs on a mini, tandoori chicken and beef fajitas on the large.