This past weekend ot was decieded to re-arrange the shed:
My 2" fire ring for my 3 tier setup hit the floor. I haven't seen anything break into that many peices as that thing did.
I feel your pain :(
Growing up in West Texas, Beef Ribs were the norm. I never even saw or tried Pork Ribs until I left the state back in 1983. Since then, I've cooked pork ribs 'o plenty but few beef ribs. Can't ever find good thick beef ribs to cook; they've all been…
Great pics Willy. We were proud to meet such a gracious
Texan. Thanks for the Bad Byrons Butt Rub, I'll put to
good use. Think ya'll will make it next year? It be great to see ya'll again.
These guys brought their egg in on a traile…
I was born in Texas and lived there for 32 years before I
started hopping around the country chasing the almighty dollar.
I've been here in Idaho for the past 15 years and will stay
here another 10 as long as the semiconductor industry holds out.…
I worked in the Research Triangle Park area for a short time back in the late 80's. On my relocation trip in, I stopped at a roadside BBQ stand and ordered a BBQ sandwich. The attendant brought me a slice of white bread with a pile of shred…
Look and see if they have a smokestack. We've got one of these up here in Boise; the sides are good, the brisket is about the dryest I've ever have. They bbq someplace else and truck it in for serving.Use plenty of sauce....
I've found that once the fire has stabilized at the desired temperature, let the egg sit for 15 - 20 minutes before putting anything on to make sure all the lump is settled and not giving off any 'start up' smoke.
Ike is one thing I don't miss about Texas. Up here where we grow potatos, we don't have hurricanes or tornados. But, regardless I'll get back down there one of these days.
Ya'll hold on tight!!
I'd love to get down to the 'Coop' in October. And, the 1920 mile trip wouldn't be that bad downhill. It's the uphill trip that concerns me! I'll toast ya'll on the 4th form the patio.
We're planning a trip in April to the home base. May be in th…
The Treager is a good smoker but you'll never sear a steak at 700 - 900 degrees like you can on an egg. I have had my egg for three years and won't ever consider buying any other grill ever again. And, with all the parts I might readily available, I…