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The Cast Iron grate is perfect for searing and generally cooking direct over the coals.
For most indirect or low & slow cooks i prefer the Stainless or porcellain coated grates because the CI gets too hot on the outside of the grate and transfe…
Thanks for the feedback guys
The egg center is not finished yet, i plan to build a huge u-shaped table with the eggs mounted inside, lots of workspace, sink and a bar. Time and $$$ slow me down a tad though... :?
Regarding the Naan recipe, me…
Village Idiot wrote:
BTW, how much did that Lone Star set you back, and why are you drinking that horse pi$$ in Germany, for God's sake? :ermm:
Lol - actually this one was brought from TX by a friend of mine. Believe it or not, with all th…
A friend of mine builds these for the mini and they work very well. Its also nice to use for cooking higher above the charcoal.
As im the german distributor for the Big Green Egg we are thinking about distributing these over Europe.
The guest wanted to move the egg out of the way as i was done cooking - and he pushed it instead of pulling it. Then he lost control, the egg fell on its side and the dome and thermometer broke. The hinge also got bend pretty bad.
Chris in Gwinnett wrote:
Don, I spend plenty of time in Frankfurt and Munich...are you anywhere near those citites? I would love to stop in and see you.
Chris, unfortunately i live up north close to the north sea and the dutch border.…
True - so easy and so flavourful. And everyone watching you thinks youre nuts :evil:
Try those with some goat cheese or cream cheese and olive oil. either on its own or better on some roasted bread. :woohoo:
Village Idiot wrote:
Don't they raise beef cattle in Germany? If not, why not? If so, is it any good?
Most of the cattle over here are dairy cows wich are really good for meat at all - and the beef we get over here is usually really le…
Another dandy Cool looking knife too.
I've been meaning to ask you what source you use for your Argentinean meat?
Argentinian Meat is widely available over herein restaurant depots. One of our Team Sponsors is…
cookn biker wrote:
Nice cook!! Don is there something in the rolled zuccini?
Thanks for the pics!
I basted the thin slices with EVOO and seasoned with a little salt and pepper, then grilled them on both sides til soft.
When they were cool i t…
I would suggest to get a large, learn it and love it, and the add a small or medium to it later on.
That way you dont have to fire up the XL for a small cook and can use both with different settings (direct/indirect), temperatures or with and wit…
Damnit - i forgot the bad thing about this.
That house was a big opportunity but spending so much money and having increased monthly costs definately killed my plans to come back for the eggtoberfest and Jack Daniels Invitational this year - and…
Boilermaker Ben wrote:
Weren't your eggs previously on a tiny balcony? They will be much happier in their new environs. Congratulations, Marco.
My Balcony was like 12 x 12 Feet and the eggs were packed together really bad
Now with the …
You cant compare the Looftlighter with a regular heat gun, the design is made especially for lighting charcoal instead of just blowing hot air. A heat gun works, but not nearly as good as the looftlighter. ( + it comes with an integrated bottle open…
Dimple's Mom wrote:
Yummy - might have to try those today! What's aviar paste? I did a google search and came up with nothing other than the suggestion that I mistyped caviar paste. But since you wrote it twice, I'm thinking you did not misspel…
Dimple's Mom wrote:
Too bad there was hardly any food.
Can I get instructions on how to make those puff pastry pinwheel things? Thanks.
I cooked those at the Eggtoberfest in Atlanta last year, too. They were gone in seconds :evil:
Hey Don,looks like ya'll had a great time :woohoo: I have a question for ya though.How do you like that Guy Fieri blade?I just got this one and haven't tried it yet Had a giftcard and I just had to buy a knife,but this was the onl…