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It’s almost football season, so we’re perfecting our favorite tailgating and homegating recipes! Whether you like hamburgers, wings, brats, ribs or something cooked with beer, we have everything you’ll need for the perfect tailgate party. We always like inviting friends to join our tailgates because the EGG is about community and having fun, so make sure if you’re inviting company you make extra - the food will be gone before you know it! Don't forget dessert, either!

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  • BobM, yep on all of the above,but a little blower (got this one at a garage sale for 25 cents) works wonders! have heard people using hair dryers too!! turn the blower at an angle and it's like a cyclone effect, it keep's getting hotter,not sure…
  • regularguy,Did i forget the link gees I'll put it everywhere maybe it'll work? I'm sure Tim is typing now [ul][li][/ul]
  • qbabes husband, try this link!I read and studied it and got a great brisket the second time!seems like 200 degrees and under is the right thing to do. don't forget the mustard!!
  • dublin, i just bought and cooked a brisket from costco it was great moist and tender. i tried to cook it as low as i could around 210 for 14 hours i put a little jj's rub and plenty of mustard . there briskets are already trimed of fat all y…
  • regularguy, sorry missed link [ul][li]…
  • Car Wash Mike, mike here's some pictures of egg tables all you got to do is enlarge table and cut another hole, it all depends on what you want to spent, these are basic table and easy to build!
  • Sean, here's a setup i used without v rack worked great! I put some water in bottom pan there are lots of ways to cook indiect it seems
  • Sean, invest in a probe thermometer or a regular meat thermometer and go for internal temps shooting for 200 to 210~~~~ cooking times vary alot . I cooked a 8lb butt the other day and it took 14 hours most folks cook around 220 to 250 it seems …
  • Nature Boy, sounds like just what i told my wife~~? it's a small /medium/large/world
  • BigFoot, i use a electric starter i got two just in case power goes out!!
  • Peggy, yep i found out about it hanging out in the place you can find it in alot of grocery stores has no salt just a bunch of spices [ul][li][/ul]
  • Peggy, well you know living in georgee those vadalia onions are in season about now so i core about half way though ( i use a spoon works great) i rub them with olive oil and add a few drops in the hole i put a little larry's season salt al…
  • Big John, we can't eat out and find a better steak (we just about stopped trying) check this flamed kissed ribeye [ul][li][/ul]
  • Ellen aka Gormay,ellen i doalot on my small bge check out some of the pictures