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  • Overcast and didn't see sh*t here! Now to make up somehow for that wasted time!
  • The_Stache said: We need pictures or it's not real!! I hear you, but I don't have a picture. Actually it is quite simple - by the time a pancake is ready to flip the underneath skin is tough enough to handle the poke and flip. Besides …
  • BTW - the routine Pigtail Flipper is made for right handed people and a leftie trying to use it gets SUPER frustrated...ask my wife! Amazon doesn't carry the leftie model, but you can buy one directly from Pigtail.
  • kl8ton said: RRP said: I am an avid fan and use both all the time. I use my short one inside and my large one outside on my BGEs. Come on Ron, tell them what you flip with them!  I have yet to try it. Pancakes!!! I'm n…
  • I am an avid fan and use both all the time. I use my short one inside and my large one outside on my BGEs.
  • Surge said: I'm using wrenches sized for each nut. I agree, doesn't look right. The hardware seems quite low quality. Perhaps I have a bad batch, or they switched suppliers recently.  Then I personally would either have my dealer come o…
  • I'm at a lost how you flattened(ruined) those threads! Something just isn't right with that picture! Also out of curosity what kind of wrench are you using that strips the paint off those nuts that way in such a short period of time! 
  • RRP said: Looks good! I like to treat them just as I would ribs - complete with the same rub and then sauce them at the end. Ends up tasting like ribs but without the hassle and mess! This approach is especially a time saver if you have …
  • Looks good! I like to treat them just as I would ribs - complete with the same rub and then sauce them at the end. Ends up tasting like ribs but without the hassle and mess!
  • Lit said: GrateEggspectations said: DoubleEgger said: Sorry that your equipment doesn't work anymore Ron. No hard feelings.  The guy has the heart to completely open up about an intimate subject unparalleled by any o…
  • Powak said:  I had let it run a low temp 400° burnoff over night a couple nights ago. a low 400º burnoff didn't do that!
  • if you are the original buyer that is simple warranty claim. 
  • Trust me - for those making light of this problem in this thread - being told you have been diagnosed with prostate cancer will knock that childish smirk off any man's face. Like my urologist told me "it's not a matter of if you get prostate cancer …
  • thetrim said: If you have any of the injector needles left over then put that in the tip and aspirated any fluid out of it.  Should be good to go.   What a helluva an idea! If that is your choice then my SINCERE suggestiion...is buy a gu…
  • Randall_Lee said: I'm just 2 1/2 weeks post op from prostate cancer surgery and removal so I better keep quit on this one. Best of luck to you! I'm a prostate cancer survivor from nearly 20 years ago. My Gleason score was a 9 which meant…
  • stlcharcoal said: RRP said: Just a PSA kind of thing. ACE is a franchise type operation. We have two large competing ACE stores here in Peoria. One is a BGE dealer and the other is not. Not sure that either carries Rockwood, but I assu…
  • BulletGrillHouse said: Set your temperature based on a recommendation of where you buy the dough  This recommendation is SO correct! Whether you buy a dough or make your own just find out how long and at what temperatue! It just baffles …
  • That's fine - besides I see no reason to even have that cross your mind! Egg-On!!!
  • Years ago at our local Eggfest one of those yuppie couples showed up complete with their sweaters on their backs with the arms crisis-crossed around their necks. They egged their rack of ribs for 45 or 50 minutes "because it said so in the BGE cookb…
  • bgebrent said: RRP said: bgebrent said: The Rutland is like a landfill or Flint water or bristle scraper.  Stay away!!  @RRP kindly sent me two a few years ago for my first two eggs that have yet to need the replacement.  Not …
    in Gaskets Comment by RRP August 17
  • Sonny...good luck! I for one have never yet liked the taste of my PR let alone any other beef cooked and then reheated/whatever in my SV unit! Why??? Hard to explain, but like @fishlessman I just can NOT stand the taste of warmed over BEEF! If I hav…
  • JohnInCarolina said: NPHuskerFL said: thetrim said: Are Rutland gaskets made in America by Americans? https://www.asbestos.com/companies/rutland.php Well none of that sounds very good. COOL!!! No…
    in Gaskets Comment by RRP August 17
  • bgebrent said: The Rutland is like a landfill or Flint water or bristle scraper.  Stay away!!  @RRP kindly sent me two a few years ago for my first two eggs that have yet to need the replacement.  Not sure they ever will.  If they do, I'm loade…
    in Gaskets Comment by RRP August 17
  • Hungry Joe said: I've seen at least two in the past two months on here that were mangled because of miss aligned hinges. Looked ugly to me. Though I'm sure there is an easy seven step fix. No 7 step solution needed, but I've finally s…
    in Gaskets Comment by RRP August 16
  • Hungry Joe said: Had a rutland gasket, it looked nothing like any oven gasket I ever saw.  I didn't dig the fiberglass fibers sticking out the way they did. The fibers are far more likely to break off and get in your food then the wire brushes …
    in Gaskets Comment by RRP August 16
  • Just a PSA kind of thing. ACE is a franchise type operation. We have two large competing ACE stores here in Peoria. One is a BGE dealer and the other is not. Not sure that either carries Rockwood, but I assume both could special order it as they bot…
  • Mattman3969 said: But there is fiberglass  Yes there is! Just like that Fiberglass gasket around the oven doors that have been sold for years and years and years!
    in Gaskets Comment by RRP August 16
  • There is no asbestos in the Rutland gasket - @henapple is just blowing smoke up your skirt!
    in Gaskets Comment by RRP August 16
  • never mind...
  • Cool! 
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