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  • Tom Kowalski, I am relatively new to this BGE thing (about 1 year) and I'll put in my 2 cents (worth everything you pay for it):[p]- Food cooked over a wood/lump fire tastes better to me than on the rusted out gas grill I used to have. - After …
  • Char-Woody, When you say get a core fire going after stirring up and removing ash and getting it red hot, do you 1. Fill with new lump up to the top after stirring or just light the stuff from the last cook? 2. Let it get burning to a particul…
  • Char-Woody, What arrangement did you use to do your turkey breast? (e.g. fire bricks with drip pan and additional grate up above? vertical roaster with drip pan?) Thanks. -DD
  • Tim M, Thanks for a lesson in (un)common sense. The pictures tell it all. -DD
  • BluesnBBQ, I (naive and new to BGE) am working my way from the easy stuff up to the beer butt chicken and have some basic anatomical questions about this whole beer can thing:[p]1. Is the beer can filled (e.g. with beer) or empty? 2. Is it (stra…