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  • Happy birthday Rod, and many happy returns. Glad I got to meet you on Saturday. Hope to see you again soon. David .
  • It was semi-rural 30 years ago when we moved here, now it is a very crowded northern suburb of atlanta
  • Have you gotten the beer yet? Well, go ahead and get that (it's the most important thing) and then click on the link below while your waiting on your "egg" to get there. Click on burgers, etc. and watch the vidios provided and you'll learn alot ab…
  • check this post out, also do a search for "broken platestter" Re:broken platesetter - FlaPoolman 2008/09/14 10:53:15 (0)
  • . . i just measured mine and it is 13 7/8" wide, and it is 5/8" thick (which is why it lasts longer than other brands that are thinner) ..... hope this helps david
  • . . you might want to try a google search for "cooking buffalo meat" ..... there are quite a few sites devoted to this endeaver, such as the one below ..... http://www.reluctantgourmet.com/buffalo_meat.htm
  • there's a similar one on craigslist here with a drip pan that fits underneath and it's pictured on a bge...just do a search for green egg on the atlanta craigslist
  • . . i don't think it will fit...it's over 17 inches from corner to corner
  • . . the swann coach house is an excellent choice...my wife and i got married there 30 years ago and try to return every year for an anniversary lunch...i would recommend the "swann special" which is two scoops of chicken salad served in homemade c…
  • a word of caution....put the door on first and bolt in down tight to make sure it's going to work right....i put one on a couple of weeks ago and had to put it on and take it off a couple times....you could use a whole tube
  • Thanks for bringing this to everyone's attention....I've never thought about wearing eye protection while lighting any grill I've ever had, but I see now it is a necessary thing to do....i am sorry for accident that prompted your warning and hope yo…
  • Thanks for posting.....what a "Blast From The Past"
  • be sure to leave adequate space around each butt....then figure 1 1/2 to 2 hours per pound
  • Hey Frank....that's wonderful news....I can only imagine what yesterday must have been like for you....I kept switching to the Weather Channel to see what Jim Cantori had to say about Houma....hope you are able to get back sooner than expected....re…
  • I grill mine indirect turning occasionally, then put them on a bun with some kraut that has been slowly boiled for a very long time, and ad some hot mustard. Put some pork fat in the kraut for added flavor.
  • Where's the beer ?
  • If you still have some rust on it and it bothers you, like it does me, put a wire brush in your electric drill and remove it, them wash with soap and dry completely, then warm it up slightly (in the oven), them put a light coat of crisco on it, then…
  • I think if you had left the dough on the counter until it reached room temperature all the way through the monkey would have scored a touchdown...I would place it in a large bowl sprayed with pam and covered with saran wrap...making your own dough i…
  • Why not try to put it back together again with some JB Weld ? It worked on Humpty Dumpty didn't it ? Good Luck.
  • i've never tried bread on the egg, but have baked a lot of pizza on unglazed quarry tile and it will start to burn in 10 minutes at 500 degrees....i think the problem is the cast iron....the other recipe submitted said to use a clay bread baker....i…
  • WOW ..... best looking fajitas I've ever seen !
  • I used a Brinkmann electric smoker for years and it made terrific ribs and was very easy to operate....put the rub on the ribs, put them in a vertical rack, put some wood chunks in the bottom of the smoker, plug it in, come back in 3 1/2 hours and g…
  • Kim....Costco has a big Kitchenaid for around $250.00 that is an excellent machine....also, check Dillards as they should be running a 30 to 50 per cent off sale again in the next week or two....hope this helps
  • Teddy....the daisy wheel is made out of cast iron and should not be painted, it should be seasoned with Crisco....if you will Google --- Lodge Cast Iron --- and click on care for instructions on seasoning cast iron....i use Crisco and wipe on a very…
  • i have been making pizza for about 15 years....but, i make the dough in the cuisinart....very easy....just put in the dry ingredients, turn it on and then ad the hot water. you may need to ad a little more water a tbl spoon at a time until the doug…
  • I think I would put the stone in and cook the abt's indirect....it may not hurt it but I wouldn't take any chances....be sure not to spill or pour any cold liquids on the hot pizza stone as it will crack it....also, let the stone maintain your cooki…
  • Pre-cook meats such as ground beef, bacon, and sausage... but not ham or pepperoni....some people like to steam various veggies like green peppers that will be real crunchy if you don't. Also, mushrooms will add alot of liquid to the top of the piz…
  • I have been using unglazed quarry tiles in my electric oven for years....nine unglazed 6 inch quarry tiles placed right on the rack makes a great pizza stone. I have been using the same nine tiles for almost 15 years with hundreds of cooks at temp…
  • try this....get one of those cheap throw away pizza screens at wally-world and cut it to the same size as your plank....fasten it to the plank with the fish in between....when you the think the fish is about done, flip it and finish the fish on a di…
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