It does seem that the gasket stays on better after it has been used on a few low temp cooks first. I would do the low temps first 250-350 for an hour or longer at least a couple of times before I cranked it up to 700-850 range.
One of the times I remember most about JJ was when I first got the egg and I was trying to do the 3-1-1 method to cook them. He told me that "if you want to ruin good ribs do them that way, if you want good ribs they must be direct." That s…
Buster Dog BBQ,
Spare ribs, baby backs(for the wife), hot wings, ABTs, and I might try the pickle bombs if I have enough time. Almost forgot the pulled pork, it goes on sale friday for .89c a pound.
Actually it did. I soaked it in applejuice and water over night. I believe the key is to really let that plank heat up and start to smolder before you put the meat on it. Been cooking on planks for quite awhile but this is the first time putt…
I guess that I should add that I use the small very little and the mini is just for looks. I know that the mini is a staple to a lot of people, but I just do not use it much personally.
I use the 2 large eggs the most, and the XL is a close…
I have 5 eggs at present time, 2lg, a small, a mini, and the XL. I do most of my cooking on the XL. We are a family of four and I will make 16 or so hamburgers at once just for the leftovers.
I would come closer to trusting the lower temp myself. Next time you might want to check your gauges to see if they are correct.
Just make sure that the juices run clear coming out of the chicken.
If you want something really cool, look into investing in a BBQ Guru. Try their website maybe bbqguru.com can't remember. This thing will monitor meat temps, grid temps and has a fan that goes onto your slider door so when your temp drops b…
You must go to the DizzyPig recipe page and follow instructions. I've been eggen for just over a month and love help from everyone but DizzyPig's been great for help starting out and then you can tweak your own.[p]Jake