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Pharmeggist,[p]You can cook different things at different temperatures at the same time.[p]While your brisket is chugging along @ 225 or so for 12+ hours, you can Trex a steak for dinner. If you have three, you can grill vegetables at the same time…
Yes you can use a ceramic bean pot. The soda is to help remove the flatulence cause by the beans. It was in the orginal ricipe so I left it in. I am not sure if it works. I soak the beans overnight and cook them for about one hour before …
Thank you for the praise. I agree they are great. I must thank Dorothy Thomas it was her recipe, I just made it eggable. Wait, according to Deanna House, a Cookbook author friend of mine, the changes makes it my recipe. Winter is here in M…
You are so right everything out of the egg is better. I feel sory for those who are selling these "dinners". I won't be to hard on them, they have never enjoyed food from the BGE. We must all work a little harder to educate all of th…
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Buy the fire bricks at a brick supplier (look under bricks in the yellow pages). I use "splits"--they are one half the thickness of full size fire bricks. Splits are 4 and 1/2 inches high, 9 inches wide and 1 and 1/2 inche…
The only dumb question is the one you do not ask. I use a Great Northern Bean. You can use a Pea Bean, or any other dry bean, it all depends upon your taste. You could smoke them in the BGE and finish then off is the Crockpot.
The teaspoon of baking soda is meant to cut down on the flatulence factor of the beans. The smoke was enough that the wife thought it was a little too smoky. I thought it was just about right. The wood used was hickory.
Welcome, great to have you aboard, or should I say welcone to the egg carton. Sometimes humor is not easy on an empty stomach. I agree this forum is made up of a great group of people. the walrus
Thanks for the info. From "in the dead of winter more lump may be needed" is it fair to say that adding lump is a simple task? Adding lump will not harm the low and slow cooking process will it?
This Rump Roast was 3.04 pounds. The set up was indirect over frie bricks at an egg temperature of 300 to 350 degrees. It was done in about 3 hours to an internal temp. of 168 degrees. After which it was rested in foil for about 40 m…