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  • Kelly Keefe, Great !!![p]
  • BBQfan1,thanks for the info. I am from Mississauga. We are going to go with the whole 'shredded' endevour. Appreciate your input. Have a nice day. Brian [p]
  • ravnhaus, thanks for the expertise. Appreciated - love you site. One question - although you had cooked yours indirect I was planing on doing it direct (have a pepper sauce that can be added at the table if desired). What do think - same temperature…
  • TennesseeLou, I had the same problem. Forced it open and then reattached the gasket (it had parted from the rim) - the glue seemed to hold it in place. Good as new. Brian
  • The Naked Whiz, Removing the backbone of chicken and laying flat is a great suggestion. Thanks. Did you have the grill elevated somewhat or am I mistaken. [p]Brian
  • Derek W.Simpson,[p]What exactly is indirect heat method. Should know but don't.[p]Brian
    in indirect heat Comment by Brian June 2002
  • RHO, Bill is using the best and easiest way. A butter knife in the middle of the rack to loosen the membrane, use your fingers to further loosen the membrane all the way through, work the membrane loose w/fingers to within 1 rib to the right and t…
  • Big Murth,[p]Well I've been ready for an Egg since my brother got one. He swears its the best thing since sliced bread and I'm inclined to believe him after reading the zillions of posts here. He did a turkey at Christmas which is something I've al…
    in Ribs? Comment by Brian February 2002
  • Shelby, I have not tried it yet but I am thinking about doing the same also. I am going to marinate the roast and then heat MR. Egg to about 800 degrees and sear the meat. Turn the heat down to about 325 and slow cook it to about 130 degrees inte…
  • KT,[p]Since when is meat falling off the bone a problem? You could have chopped it up a bit and made some sandwiches with it.
  • Ray,[p]the best quick and dirty recipie is to marinate the filet in Italian dressing (not creamy italian!) for about 1/2 hour. Then I like to take alder chips (or a mild wood) and soak them in white wine for about an hour. Cook the salmon about 350 …
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