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Yes they do Ron... when I purchased mine there were only larger sizes but they now make two models smaller than the "Wrangler" I bought.
The guy who makes them is a really cool guy and if you call him he usually has some "seconds" that he will sell …
You want to get your pizza stone as high in the dome as you can preferably in the top somewhere between the lip of the egg and the top of the Dome... keeping in mind not to cut off the air flow!!
That will help to to have a pizza where the crust is …
Though Chris Capell's Egg was sitting just at the edge of his garage door... most would say he is was a very experienced Egger and damn near burned his entire house down several years back!!!
I imagine if you asked him you could guess his ans…
Yes...as above, (depending on set up) the Small will easily do a large Bird vertically, and so a dam fine job of it with headroom to spare!!
The MM and Small may share lids and grids (as it were)...but the depth of the cooker itself, and size of t…
Get your Bird and whatever "Sitter" youre gonna use...and see!
You'll ideally want a couple three inches clearance in the dome...to prevent scorching...I'd still say though..,spatchcocking is prolly your best bet!
Truth is ... you can soak or not, either do/will work!
Don't fret over it, just do as you like and go with whatever you decide.
I've always used chunks for longer cooks...chips for shorter...mixing the chunks as I fill my egg.
More than anything…
Whether they are here... on Food Network...or any other Network?
Just plain boring!
Then don't open the thread.
I have an opinion, and every right to share it ...whether …
That is beautiful, awesome job Midwestsmoker!!!!! I want to do something similar. I have a 14 x14 concrete pad with electric, water and septic under the concrete to eventully do an outdoor kitchen. But first I need a cover and the o…
That is outstanding...OUTSTANDING!!
I LOVE YOUR CONCRETE COUNTERTOPS!! I SHOULD'VE CALLED YOU TO COME AND FABRICATE SOME FOR ME!!!
It bears many resemblances to what I did here...(and probably like you),
I spent a lot of time thinking about wh…
Man those briskets look really good. I don't think I have seen a brisket shaped like that. They are so "plump" looking.
We put a stainless bowl under them to help keep out of the heat zo…
That sounds really good. Of course I'm starving right now waiting for the wife to figure out what she wants to do for lunch. You aren't helping matters...
Enjoy the day. Off to a great start!!
Thanks I feel your pai…
Interesting idea about the hot peppers, i'll have to try it. Thanks
It's actually an old Michael Chiarello recipe... we make them a lot and keep them in the fridge and use them for all kinds of stuff.... sandwiches...bru…
Wondering what other methods youve tried?
Here's another method you might investigate that works well with any large cut of beef ...ie Strips ...TBones...and Ribeyes!
Though I do like a Reverse Sear for some…
Too much maintenance compared with just using a stone or even the Platesetter... ( can't believe I said that...lol!) for that matter!
Kind of messy pan searing a steak on a ceramic stone,…
you wouldn't be talking about the guy on the right with the "cute" hair would you???
Never let it be said he wasn't a "fashion plate (trend) setter"!
Morning to you as well!!