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We hope everyone enjoyed their Fourth of July weekend and is excited for more warm weather grilling! This week, we’ll be making these two burgers: Stuffed Portobello Mushroom and Caribbean Chicken, and also eating lots of these Ice Cream Sandwiches in honor of National Ice Cream Month! It's time to think about getting out to one of the many #EGGfests around the country - see a list here

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  • mr.b , The ash tool has the spring configuration so it acts as a handle. The swirl part above the handle was used to close to top vent of older lids without a daisy wheel.
  • scott, Did some two nights ago. Put them in a pan with oil and cooked on the egg for 10 minutes each side at 350. Took them out of the pan and seared for 3 minutes each side. Internal temp 148. YUM
  • benny, Be one with the fire! Each cook is different, There's no sub for experience, play with it to learn what works for you!
  • deebeemac,[p]Since it's a fresh Ham, I'd do a Coca-Cola Ham. I haven't done one on the egg yet but I can tell you it will be "awesome", Some of the best pulled pork you can have.
  • Egg_eh,[p]Thanks everyone!![p]My wife and I are checking things out this afternoon, so ...[p] Bryan
  • Fireball,[p]Carolina Red,[p]Bryan
  • YB, Thanks. I printed it out. Any others out there, let me know. I would like to try several and see if I can find one I like the best.[p]Bryan
    in BBQ Hash Comment by Bryan September 2000
  • SloppyPig,[p]Have you tried to contact BGE directly? Try to call or e-mail them. If they don't know, maybe they can put you in contact with the facility for answers.[p]I sure hope the security is adequate. I am looking forward to seeing your rig.…
  • one feral kat,[p]Get you one of these! Bryan
  • mensa,[p]I made a replacement from expanded metal. Just cut it with a jig saw the same as the original grate. Works great. Expanded metal came from Home Depot. Used the 1/2 inch size. I put some bolts through the grate to stablize it in the…
    in grates Comment by Bryan April 2000
  • YB,[p]Fred's been trying to teach me this for years. If I was as smart as he is, I would have learned it by now! But, I keep tryin'[p]Bryan
  • YB, I see that you have tapped the powers of the "Force" young Skywalker.[p]Send me an E-mail and tell me where I went wrong. [p]Bryan
    in My Kitchen Comment by Bryan March 2000
  • King-O-Coals,[p]Just took my grate out to use it as a model for a grate I'm building for YB. It was rusted and a little warped but looked good to use. Try some 3" bolts for guides to center the mesh grate. The slope of the firebox should forgive …
  • MCM, Congrats. Let me take some of the heat off. All of the below is good advise. The most important item you can get is the BGE phone number. They will UPS anything you find you forgot, or decide later you need, to your doorstep. I guess it d…
  • Tim M,[p]That was it.[p]Thanks
  • Me again, Sorry about the miscount. 6 bolts instead of 5.[p]Bryan
  • Gfw,[p]Thanks, I fixed it. Take a look now.[p]Bryan
  • Thanks Bob,[p]I finally figured it out on my end. Hard to believe a little machine such as this can be so picky about spelling.[p]Bryan
  • Picture didn't take. I'll have to try again later.[p]Bryan
  • Frozen Chosen,[p]I don't know why not. Give it a try and let me know how it works. May use my trivet if the Exp Metal gives up the ghost some day.[p]Bryan
  • Peabrain,[p]You ain't got to do all than readin. Just ask away and you will get more than ample advise and tips.[p]Welcome aboard Bryan
  • Kamper,[p]My ceramic grate broke also. I replaced it with a piece of Expanded Metal. Just use your old ceramic grate for a guide for size. The problem I kept having with the expanded metal was that it would slide around in the fire box when I wou…
  • Bob, Didn't get to cook last night. Got home too late. But snow slid off the roof just fine and not nary a flake on the Eggster. It was pretty out though.[p]Bryan
    in Snowy Egg Comment by Bryan January 2000
  • YB, Believe it or not, I got the same one. Good Book. Gives good alternatives to the Egg if you like to experiment.[p]
    in Good Book Comment by Bryan January 2000
  • BBQfan1,[p]As mentioned above; Chunks work great. I got a big bag on the deck by my Egg. I just put one or two in every now and then. This way I keep some wood in the fire and always get a good smoke flavor in the food. If you want to smoke with…
  • King-o-Coals,[p]You have![p]Bryan
  • Gfw,[p]At the risk of being "redundit" (fancy huh?) I and many others have had the same problem. I replaced mine with one of the old GBE grates that I had laying around the garage for a while. ( I still have that) Works great. Maybe BGE still has…
    in Broken BGE Comment by Bryan January 2000
  • YB,[p]Heck; Now I'll never catch up! It took me this long to get Donna to give in on the Mini! Let me know when you want to do Pizza. [p]Bryan
  • Hipanda,[p]Thank you for sharing your experiences. Your participation in this forum and the sharing of ideas and techniques drives home the fact that this is truly a universal project from which we all can learn. Post back soon with some recipes a…
  • Forgot this.[p]