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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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  • Don't give up! Your successes will be rewarded. Practice practice and some beer will help. I use Panko bread crumbs on the bottom of the pizza. Just lightly roll it into the dough and flip it over onto the peel.  Build the pizza and take it to the …
  • The gasket definitely helps putting out the fire.  I had an almost new  gasket lift and tear. Cheese fell off and stuck it to lid.  i put a bead of  Automotive  RTV gasket maker from the tube and placed a piece of parchment paper on that and closed …
  • I use Panko bread crumbs.  Press into the bottom of the crust and flip,  on wooden peel. Build pizza, put directly on the plate setter at 600.  After 2 and 1/2 minutes the bottom will be nice and browned.  Slide the pizza on a pan . I put an ungla…
  • I bake right on the plate setter legs down at 550-600. Large BGE. I use PANKO bread crumbs on the bottom of the dough.This adds flavor and crunch and the pizza slides right off every time. 2 -3minutes on the setter lift+slide the pizza and put it on…
  • I use PANKO bread crumbs and lightly press them into the dough, then flip it over.  Some use corn meal, but the PANKO crumbs actually add to the flavor and crunch. Your toppings will not fall offas the dough will slide well.
  • A favorite of ours as well. We like it with thinly sliced garlic and Kosher salt on top.Put on foil then on top of plate setter. 250 for an hour using hickory and pecan.In OKC the best Salmon is key. Only a couple of Mongers that are restaurant supp…
  • I used to use corn meal. Panko Bread crumbs do a better job of blending in and crisping the bottom of the crust. They aren't noticeable.
  • You're gonna want to make more. 2 cups flour, 2 tablespoons sugar, 1 tsp salt, 3/4 cup water, 1 Tablespoon olive oil. 1 tsp SAF yeast. Put in bread machine on dough cycle. This will make 3 of your size pizzas.
  • South Tex Those look awesome.
  • Nice Job!
  • Ha ha , even the bad ones are "Good"! You are doing it right. Practice and find what works for you. This works for me. Pizza making for 25 years. 500 degrees dome temp, place pizza directly on plate setter for 2 minutes, remove and place on piz…
  • My wife cubes it and makes Beef Stroganoff (sp?) I call it "Smokin"off" She puts it on the frozen egg noodles. Works with tri-tip too.
  • Check the bottom of the pizza after 2 minutes. I have to put it on a pan ( I also put a tile under the pan)after 2 minutes at 500 baking right on the setter. I use Japanese bread crumbs (Panko) and press them into the bottom of the crust. This in…
  • I use a Lodge 4 Quart with legs and flat top. It has a handy swing up wire handle. I am not sure how much heavier a pot could be put on a Large plate setter. I have started to set it on the grill with tiles under the legs. Pretty neat set up and …
  • Will you share the (rest of) the recipe for the Pasty's? Also, at what temp do you cook your sourdough bread? Thanks!!
  • Another one I will have to bootleg in. Others, Please? Thanks
  • Just adding my 2 cents to the nickel conversation. Put pecans in a ziplock and pour honey in and coat all pieces. Put them on a pizza pan and bake for 15 minutes max at 325-350 just watch and don't burn them. Put sugar in another ziploc bag and p…
  • I am going to make some. It is ok to make it with out guava wood? Thanks for tips too.
  • I keep the electric starter and gloves and air gun in mine. People here are the best!
  • I get the past threads by going to the little box at the center of the topics list and chabge the day number from 3 to 7 and hit enter. Go to your profile and you can change the size of the text/view style. This works for me, and I am not sure it…
  • Scott MacGyver, I like it. A couple of zip ties and it would be downright professional grade, maybe some velcro to keep it stationary?
  • I do this at Christmas. Freeze the cheesecake slice with a popsicle stick in it. Cover it with melted chocolate , 1/2 milk chocolate-1/2 semisweet. refreeze. Let them set out for 10 minutes before eating. Iusually buy the turtle cheesecakes f…
  • Emerilware is made by all clad and looks to be some great stuff. My wife is getting a set for Christmas, so I can only relay what I have been told. We have a few all clad pieces, and it is time to get a new "set" http://www.shopathometv.com/shopa…
  • Ketle Korn Popper made from a 3 gallon chicken feeder. 15 dollars at a farm supply store. I rounded the bottom of the pan out and shortened the bucket to pan hooks. I use a long wooden stirrer. About 30 inches long.
  • Ketle Korn Popper. 1/4 CupCanola oil, starts to smoke, add 3/4 Cup popcorn starts to pop, add 1/2 Cup sugar. Keep stirring
  • ok, got one pic, trying for 2
  • I do not post much either. I looked in to see how things were going yesterday. Seemed like it was a "Fast" cooking day, so I slowed my egg down to a 25 degree cooler temp than normal, and it came in a half hour early. Everything was perfect. Jus…
  • I use 7 1/2 inch square 1/2 inch thick unglazed quarry tiles. I bake all bread an pizzas right on them, in the egg and the oven. I have never cracked one . They are handy for other things too. If I need a cooler surface in the egg for multiple b…