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Hop on down to your nearest EGG dealer this week to pick up some Easter EGGcessories! Here are a few that may be useful for Easter, the V-rack, electric charcoal lighter and flexible skewers! Now that Spring is in the air, it's time to think about getting out to one of the many #EGGfests around the country - see a list here

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  • Hey Joe, I had the same "super sparky" issue couple years ago, but that time it was Maple Leaf which gave me such issue. I wonder if storage condition might generate such issue rather than the nature of the charcoal itself. Royal Oak and Maple Le…
  • I did 12 on my large in the past. It was a struggle and uneven heat made the experience not so enjoyable as it typically is. I would do 6-6 if I were you and if you have the time for it. Let us know about the reheating result.
  • Madawaska? Geez, I was born in Edmundston, the Canadian city on the other side of the river. Kinda surprise Texans know about that small place. Is there any egg in Madawaska (although I was born in Edmundston, my egg is with me in Ottawa now)
  • Bought mine at www.bbqing.com almost 3 years ago now. People there are very knowledgeable, friendly and I would recommend doing business there. I visit the store regularly as they have nice amount of accessories.
  • Same for me, showing US instead of Canada
  • For more information about the tale http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chasse-galerie
  • I recon that the perforated pan will avoid burning the crust, I would sometime use it in my "one phase cooking" and the crust was not crispy at all.[p]So I got a question for you, do you use this perforated pan or not in the first phase of your "2 p…
  • First of all, wow nice post. I still have some steaks to eat to match you guys.[p]So you are a Maudite drinker? wow I wasn't thinking this great liquid was being sold over the border. Fits well with a Dry aged Steak I guess
  • Moosehead? nice nick, from NB?[p]As to the accessories, buy what you can afford, you will as some point buy more of them later anyway [p]I am able to carry my large in my 4 door Civic, but out of the box.
  • From Edmundston NB here![p]Well born there, now living in Gatineau, just across Ottawa.
  • Wow,[p]This is now on my "To try" list, with a star right beside the name.[p]Thanks for sharing,
  • Ca va bien![p]Where did you bought your egg? There is a dealer here in Ottawa, but I am indeed surprise to see a NB egger just because I imagine there is not a lot of egg dealers there.
  • Yes, living in Ottawa now, but originaly from Edmundston New-Brunswick.
  • What happens for cases where steak is in fact not thick enough to require TRex. Should it be cooked a little longer at 700 or so and that's it?[p]Because once I tried to shorten both the searing time and dwell time, but maybe I should have done it a…
  • Where have you found DP in Ottawa? Also, do you have any good butcher addresses to find brisket or shoulder butts, I just can't find a good place that would carry them.
  • Definitely, don't have any pictures, but my first attempt was a great success!
    in jerky Comment by Brayon June 2006
  • Another young egger! Nice to hear.[p]I am about to get my 25 as well and got the egg for almost a year now. With a life long warantee, every new born should get an egg!
  • Instead of sugar, I do like to put rhum and maple syrup with the salt...
    in Salmon Comment by Brayon March 2006
  • I tried it once and it was really nice.[p]This web site has a recipe that is probably very close to what I got. http://www.microwebtech.com/[p]If you like a chewy jerky, cut on the side of the grain, for a more softer jerky, cut across.[p]Took me p…
  • On the same thermometer subject but not on lifetime...[p]I was wondering what was the deal with the calibration. I did tested it and it was 25 degrees off calibration. I tried to calibrate as mentioned in the manual, but does this knot really meant …