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Pineapplehead from Dizzy Pig is excellent with sweet potatoes.
I've baked them rubbed with EVO, and planked them direct with Pineapplehead. When I ran out I used turbinado sugar and ground cayenne with some sea salt as a substitute.
I'm guessing you have some smoke wood in there? That will darken poultry fast. I would put that bird in a pan or at least put a drip pan to stop the drippings from burning if you bump to 350.
That looks fairly close to my 22 pounder in color that ha…
If you are going indirect, anything that can go in your oven can go in the egg. In fact, even if you are direct that holds true, unless you are to close to the coals with a temp higher then your oven can do, typically 500-550 degrees.
I take it this is not your beer fridge?
I buy from Amazon, it is rare to find Blues Hog in south Jersey. I always mix the Tennessee red 50/50 with the original.
Edit, not sure why this didn't quote Weber Who like I intended.
Great score! WG burns long and clean.
I got a 60 bag pallet shipped for $16 a 22# bag early this summer. 35 bags for me and the rest to egghead friends.
Good stuff, Lee Ann is easy to deal with and a nice person to talk with. This was my second pal…
I have one and in some cases two of a lot of the CGS setups and they all work well. With that said I use one of Tom's oval grids converted with some carriage bolts to raise it on top of my Woo more then the adjustable rig. The oval sidewise gives me…
I know this is off topic but does anyone know how many BTU's are in a pound of lump compared to briquettes?
I guess I should mention I am asking because I can't really see any good reason for using briquettes in an egg or a weber. Maybe the OP got …
I had 14 years of Andy Reid every Sunday, I wish no hard times on anyone so with any luck you won't have to put up with him as long as we did. Sorry to hear you are learning the hard way Philly fans actually do know what they are bitching about , we…
So what did it set you back? Is this a gloat?
I am sort of jealous though. I'd love to pick up an old slicer and almost did on a couple of occasions but just can't justify giving up the space they take up. But I do like also.
I use the 16" from CGS with a couple of steel nuts to keep it raised off the plate setter and it has been great.
Now with that said, we are all getting poisoned.
Ash from briquettes will clog the big green egg on anything but a short cook. I still like low and slow, 16 hour cook ain't going to happen with briquettes because of ash build up.
Maybe I should have added cooking temperatures also.
Try and hit…
@g37 thank you for starting this discussion... it has inspired me to pull the trigger. I can't wait to receive my next eggsessory in the mail this week and put an end to the stirring before each cook and the occasional shop vac cl…
I recently started using the KAB after years of using the Turbo Grate, which no one here seems to like much.
All I can say is I'm giving it time to grow on me but so far I think the Turbo Grate is easier to use and a better fit for my large BGE. Th…
I just saw him August 7th for the third time, been a fan for a couple years now. Worth every cent. If you like guitar you will not be disappointed. He always puts on a great show. One of the hardest working blues guitar players alive today.
Maybe Jared Fogle???
Probably too old for him.
You are probably right. I think Jared has dark days coming.
He is going to learn a whole new mea…