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Hoppy & Hoppette


Hoppy & Hoppette
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  • QDude said: I don't think it will take 2 hours per pound.  I usually do 2 ten pound butts at a time at around 260 degrees and they have never taken more than 14 hours to complete.  The last two only took 10 hours to be done. I agree with…
  • I have owned my egg for over five years now, and have never cleaned behind the firebox.It still operates very well without any problems.Question: Has anyone ever tried one of those lint removers that are advertised for dryers and a simple wet-dry va…
  • I would contact your dealer for a replacement dome.... that is where I would start.Good luck
  • My gasket failed twice after doing a high heat clean up after a season's worth of grease formed in the top of the lid. It seamed that once the egg cooled, all the grease would flow down during the clean and would form an adhesive that would destroy …
  • Duganboy said: So just leave it out and don't worry about it. I'm from the same school of thought.These things are very heavy, and any crook that could possibly move it will have an exceptionally hard time trying to steal wo…
  • When I smoke my Boston Butts, I wait a couple of hours after they are smoked, then hand pull them apart. I then place the pull in sealed zip lock gallon sized bags, and place in the refrigerator until I need them.
  • I might be a tad late for this one, but the last time I went and opened up my EGG, it was covered with mold on the inside on the grill and the plate setter. I never cover the EGG, so I consider it is because of all the rain and warm temperatures we …
  • James, I sent out the rain cap this afternoon UPS. They said you should have by this Thursday. If you need the tracking number it is 1Z93E7F90377048543. Enjoy it. Hoppy,