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  • YB, thanks for the info but i am needing the temp to cook the ham and for how long in the bge can you help me with that thank you so much
  • Txegg, Merry Christmas I hope you can help with a cook time on a 14lb turkey and cooking it about 330 to 340 degrees Any heelp would be appreciated. thanks razor
  • BGE ATL Apprentice, Thanks for the help Ive got it open now smoking a 14lb turkey at about 330 degrees any idea how long it will take to cook thanks and merry christmas
  • Big Murth, I have to ask. What is a roux?
    in Wings Comment by Razorback January 2002
  • AndyR, Thanks. I am in Atlanta (Marietta) also, so a trip to the BGE store is not out of the question.
    in Wings Comment by Razorback January 2002
  • Gfw, my mouth is watering already. Can't wait to try 'em. Razorback
    in Wings Comment by Razorback January 2002
  • Tim M, When do you insert the thermometer for steaks? From what I have read, anything over 350 will fry the polder.
  • Tim M, Thanks to all for the answers. I did my first this last weekend and almost got a little impatient. I hung in there through the plateau and it was great.
  • Tim M, What happens if you bump up the dome temperature during the plateau?
  • Wardster, I did a butt yesterday and it stopped for a while at 158, then jumped up to 161. It was probably between 158-161 for 3+ hours. I cooked it around 240-250, then bumped it up to 300 when polder read about 170.
  • Gfw, You mentioned stripping the membrane off your ribs. Is that necessary? What is the best way to do it? I did a couple of racks about a week ago without stripping anything and they turned out great.
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