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  • Thanks. I have a stone just in case teh tile breaks. The tile is setting on the Hardi panel and a 2X8 deck.
    in Table Update Comment by Unojo July 2009
  • Thanks for the feedback! I'm looking at a 5 to 8 cubic footer from HD or Lowes.
  • I'm not a carpenter by any stretch either, but I decided to give it a try. Prior to that I went through several thought processes that included buying these shelves from Home Depot…
    in Table Idea Comment by Unojo June 2009
  • Dang, I wished I had seen your table earler. I like the open end with the door. I'm now serioulsy thinking of adding a hinged piece, or a wing nutted piece across the slot, it just looks more secure.
  • 2nd egg will go on an "L" side table to be added later
  • Thanks, I'll double check that. I added a 2X4 that will go all the way to tbe front, and The egg will still sit up another 2-inches once it's deck and the stone and feet are added back.
  • I use mine DigiQ up to control pit temp with just the blower from time to time. What I've found is that it takes longer to return to set temp after opening the egg than it does just using the vent and daisy wheel for air contol.
  • I had no idea this would turn into a fireman/firefighter issue...
  • We use the food saver as well. After the butt cools, we put 8oz in a bag and seal it up. This way it's easy for me to take one to work for lunch, or thaw out one or more for a family meal. We generally cook a butt every two-weeks.
  • I wished I had built a table insead of buying one. Could have built a bigger better table cheaper. In the decision/design process now. the local welding shop is estimating a frame cost for me and if that doesn't work out, I'm going to buy a 4'X30" a…
  • Thanks for the input! Scott
  • 7lbs cooked down to 3.5lbs. Turned out great though. Thanks for the quick reply. Scott
  • Do you wrap in foil prior to baking?
    in baked potato Comment by Unojo June 2008
  • BTW, I doubt that many of the world's really "Famous" people had time for the really important things in life like you and I do. Sure we do. ;)