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Spreading the love this Valentine’s Day with your EGG? Virginia Willis’ three course menu is perfect for a date night! February is also National Chocolate Lover’s Month, so don’t feel guilty if you’ve been cooking a little more dessert than usual on your EGG. If you’re looking for something a little more savory than chocolate, try some Roasted Chicken Flatbread or Pork Tenderloin with Honey Mustard.

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  • fishlessman wrote: i just shovel some coal out of the stove and onto the lump :laugh: bet noone else with an egg has lit it with anthracite I'll take that bet. I do it every once in a while. Light the egg with anthracite and light the anthrac…
  • WOW! That is the best looking BGE table I have seen. It is absolutely awesome. You wouldn't by chance be selling the plans for that baby. I can make almost anything out of wood but... I'm not one who can just see something and make it. I've t…
  • Apply for a card through their web page. That's what I did and they asked no questions. My wife owns/operates a beauty salon and all we had to do was show her license at the store. Everything came in the mail and got a $25 coupon. --Dave
  • I have and use them all the time. They are quality and allow for raised grid on the small. I use the equivalent of the 'spider' (can't think of the name) along with a pizza stone for indirect. I do 90% of my cooking raised on the small using the…
  • Don't let them get you down. I have the pigtail and use it often. That being said I would buy one of yours in a heartbeat. If you decide to make and sell them I'll take one or two or.... --Dave
  • I'd also like to give your method a try. I've been working on thighs as it is one of my wife's favorites along with her mother's. Who just happens to be coming in a couple of weeks for a vist. I'd love to be able to make them during their visit. …
  • Kinda hate to show my chair/table due to its appearance. It just rained and getting a little dark out so I used the flash. I built this from cypress about 5 or 6 years ago. No finish has been applied and there is absolutely no rot or signs of d…
  • Thank you, sir. My searches didn't come up with that. Found another forum but it has no posts or topics but 118 members. I'll have to give it a better look tomorrow now that I have a better idea of what I'm looking at. I did talk them down…
  • We're at Assateague Island National Seashore. It's on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. You have to have a four wheel drive vehicle to get to the area we're at. We've been going there for about 25 years. Used to be when only rednecks had 4X4 pick…
  • Like any egg, it can't be beat. Easy to transport and it's amazing how little charcoal this thing uses. I used two cupped hands from the bag and next time I'll most likely use only one handful. Only thing is waiting for it to cool down in order t…
  • These were just a little over 9# in each package. I froze the trimmings to put into the trash. I'll have to weigh them out and see what the percentage of waste is. It's higher than I thought. --Dave
  • mad max beyond eggdome wrote: i hear the guys that have the passes to RD are getting them as low as around 3 bucks a pound there in the atlanta area....up here in washington DC, i pay around 6.99 a pound down at union meats at the old eastern mark…
  • You can get denatured alcohol from home supply stores in quart and 1 gallon cans. It has additives to make you sick if you decide to drink it. Same as 90% alcohol. --Dave
  • Judy Mayberry wrote: You take out only what you want from the bag, zip up the top, then reseal the bag by means of holes along each side. The machine is a flat oval shape easy to fit on one hand, and to reseal you pierce a hole, air is sucked out,…
  • Maybe I didn't make myself clear when talking to you all in Waldorf and that's was the reason for the 25cfm suggestion. I am extremely happy with my CyberQ and it makes low and slow very easy. I also got exceptional support when it wouldn't conn…
  • Nope mine is the 10cfm. Didn't read his post closely enough. They, Guru people, also tried to talk me into the 25cfm but I had researched here and talked to WessB first and had already decided on the 10. I have a large and small so didn't see the…
  • That's one heck of a good idea to remember what settings give a certain temp. I'm going to try that before the CRS has completely set in. Now that I have two eggs I have to think about what combo gives what temp. --Dave
  • RRP wrote: Also learn to get your temp about where you want it and then during the wok cooking keep your bottom vent closed. Just wondering what temps you use. I haven't used my wok yet and looking for temp suggestions. --Dave
  • Those look really good. The onions cooked in vinegar got my attention. Like to share how you do those? --Dave
  • Call away. Home all evening. --Dave
    in Spares Comment by BuffaloChip June 2009
  • Welcome to the forum and congrats on the egg. But.... I-95 and from Southern MD? Waldorf is a heck of a lot closer than any place on/along I-95. Tri County Hearth & Patio Center is a great place for BGEs and service. --Dave Southern MD (H…
  • Born and raised in a small (pop 550) Missouri town Joined the Navy in 1969 instead of being drafted into the Army w/ an all expense paid vacation in Viet Nam. Spent 8 years in nuclear submarines Henry Clay SSB(N) 625 out of Agana, Guam Lived…
  • I replaced the stereo in my car about 6 months ago with little problem. I got it from Crutchfield and included an adapter to go from the new stereo to the wiring harness in the car. You won't need the adapter but with very little work you should b…
  • J&E, about 20 years ago a friend made something along that line but used hard boiled eggs instead of jalapeno. I think he called them porcupine eggs. He used hot sausage and baked them in an oven. I've made them several times over the years b…
  • On the first cook I did overshoot just as you said, more by accident than by design. It was also a direct cook and the Cyber Q controlled within 1 degree at the higher temp. I know it's said that weather doesn't affect the Egg very much but on m…
  • I have the Cyber QII and find it works very well. I did one cook with pit temp set at 350* with pit probe attached to the BGE dome therometer and it held it within 1 degree after coming to temp. The second I did at 225* with pit probe attached t…
  • 1150. It's a little small and I would consider one a little bit bigger if I were to do it again. --Dave
  • Nothing was left on the grate. Nope, not from Buffalo. Long story short. Went out west on vacation when I was a kid and was impressed with the buffalo. An very old Native American Indian told me they used buffalo chips for cooking and campf…
  • You now have email at your Hotmail address. I actually took out the mail part of the address. --Dave
  • Got home and had an email from Bob from BBQ Guru saying they had a quick fix. They sent me a file to replace one of the original files, gave exact instructions on how to change the com port number and it worked like a charm. Connected immediately…
    in Cyber Q Comment by BuffaloChip May 2009