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  • His response to my last attempt using youtube videos of the green egg "If I didn't already have a big Oklahoma Joes' smoker/grill I would probably consider the egg. I have another 1/4 inch thick steel smoker that's awesome too. I need convenience ri…
  • I agree its the taste, and I will wait for it. Here is a direct quote from my cousin after I tried to sell him on the egg, ". I bought my last grill/smoker there when we got married. I am keeping it. Just want the ease of turning on a burner someti…
  • Wardster, isn't broiling just "grilling" upside down? So it would be the same temps I would think....
  • camicus, 225 is too slow for chicken, the skin will turn to rubber at that temp. Set up for indirect heat, placesetter w/drip pan. I use a beer can chicken holder to hold the chicken upright. Here's what I do: Take montreal seasoning or your favo…
  • duckegg, Roasted Butternut squash- requires some prep time, but better results than other squash: With a sharp knife: Cut the ends off of the top and bottom. Seperate into two halfs, where the skinny part ballons out. Peel the skin CAREFULLY, and …
  • QBabe, a normal portion would be 4 oz per person, and for hungry eaters, 5+ oz per person. Count on about 50% shrinkage in my estimation. So 75 people @ 4 oz per person after cooked weight would be about 19 pounds, or 38 pounds raw weight.