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As we round out National BBQ Month, we hope you’ve gotten to try some new recipes that will keep you cooking all summer long. Check out our Smoking Basics Publication. For delicious recipes, try Justin Moore’s BBQ Shrimp, Greg Bate’s BBQ Dr. Pepper Chicken, Bobby Flay’s Chicken Thighs or Dr. BBQ’s new Maple Brined Pork Chops. Need dessert? Finish off your meal with some Planked Twinkies. Get ready for some fun summer happenings!

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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.