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It’s almost football season, so we’re perfecting our favorite tailgating and homegating recipes! Whether you like hamburgers, wings, brats, ribs or something cooked with beer, we have everything you’ll need for the perfect tailgate party. We always like inviting friends to join our tailgates because the EGG is about community and having fun, so make sure if you’re inviting company you make extra - the food will be gone before you know it! Don't forget dessert, either!

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  • Yeah, at 38, lifetime fishing is the way to go.  Buy hunting license, tags annually.  Don't see myself climbing trees past 70, but ya never know.  For the boy, he will get a Lifetime Sportsmen's(hunt/fish) for x-mas in the upcoming years.  This y…
  • flhxnick said: Thanks everyone for the kind words. It was awesome lol LMAO, good stuff man. 
  • Mighty fine lookin' grub SP!
  • Thanks guys.  The basil was a pleasant sub. Was a great cook, made me appreciate ceramic by dialing in two temps and letting them roll.  Even left the house for a bit to pick up the mozz and beer......no worries. 
  • NPHuskerFL said: Get in my belly!    Love a BLT extra on the B.   I'm with ya buddy. 
  • johnkitchens said: Great looking cook! I also like Zac Brown.  Thanks.   Been too long since they've been here in the QC.  Hope they come back soon. 
  • stv8r said: looks amazing but $7 for a PBR?  Usually about $1? Thanks @stv8r, To save some work for the peeps who were checking the math on my hot dog stand post lol..... (US$ 7.79) / 12 =0.649166667 US$
  • Haven't cooked a chicken on the egg in a while.  Have done it all, spatchcock, whole with sittiin' chickin' holder, and broke down.  For the egg, broke down wins. Overall, I agree with your hubby.  The last bird, unbrined, juices were splattering m…
  • CDPlaya said: I wish you lived closer ,I have a case of PBR no one will drink. I had a bum throw a can of it at my truck. Thank god he was looped,he missed... love the BLT though.   Lol Thanks. What did ya do to make him want to toss it at…
  • Nice restoration!
  • SC trip is in the eary planning stages.  In Charleston, first on the list(SC Q fare of any standard isn't even on said list) is Husk, Chef Sean Brock's spot.   http://www.huskrestaurant.com/home/
  • Freight House? It's awesome. and hittin' on all cylinders right now.   Registered for a pretty cool gig Sept 13th called The Culinary Ride, by RadTour(Deutsch for bicycle ride).  Focal point seems like it will be around there.  They started doing …
  • Looks great.  This one is on the radar.
  • Turn on beyond the bone Swallow future Spit out home Burn your face upon the dome So gimme fuel Gimme fire Gimme that which I desire oh yeah!!!!
  • With no helmet laws in both IA and IL, and working on Neuro frequently with TBIs, we refer to them as "donorcycles".  After taking care of a 12 yr old TBI and family due to a horrible ATV accident, and having a nurse friend's young nephew found dead…
  • Used to have a large wooden table.  Trashed it in exchange for nests and two military surplus olive drab tables as seen far right.   http://www.armysurpluswarehouse.com/featured3/metal-folding-table.html Scuffed and repainted with high temp Rustol…
    in Hot Hot Hot Comment by Focker August 21
  • Really no recipe for the ones we've done.  Please don't listen to the Bob Ross of BBQ and wrap in "artisanal " bacon...what a Fockstik. Just tossed them on fresh with lemon, dill, WOC, low and slow until done.
    in Smoked trout Comment by Focker August 21
  • HofstraJet said: Both can be shipped so anyone can order. I just got mine.  Do these need to be seasoned like CI or are they good to go right away? For the Lodge grill pans, they are good to go off the rack.  Upon further inspection, th…
  • 1.  Dome temp is meaningless for this cook.  See jtc's post/pic. 2.  Lid up 3.  Time would depend on thickness.  Could also flip somewhat frequently, take off the heat and touch.  If not done to desired range, place it back on the coals.  This would…
  • WeberWho? said: Focker said: Heck yeah, I'll take two! Love the Boos V. @Focker Thanks! The Boos has been very nice so far. I like the room and size of it. The best part is that it doesn't slide around the counter like my old plas…
  • Wonder if you could shoot some smoke into the PC lid cracked, lock, then cook? http://www.amazon.com/The-Smoking-Handheld-Food-Smoker/dp/B00K572J8O Or better yet, cold smoke the racks day before?
  • Looks great for a first Paella rip!!!   Been reading up on Naked Whiz's Paella Primer.  Hope to try it sometime soon. Really intrigued by Paella Valenciana.  Considering a state and fed waterfowl stamp and upland game permit in the near future to …
  • Heck yeah, I'll take two! Love the Boos V.
  • Forum is currently in mania.  Hang around here for a little bit and wait for the boys to start boozin'.   It can get Lord of the Flies here real quick....like 0 to 100 egga, real quick.
  • eggnewtoy said: Focker, did you use the liquid from the wrap?  I put it into my bbq sauce.   loved the taste of the lemon so did my husband.  Didn't taste like lemon, just gave it a great kick. What is WSM mean?   Not for these last rib co…
  • Brother worked in an aluminum recycling plant, hooked me up with four pairs of Kevlar foundry gloves.  Two reg, two gauntlet.  Buddy is a welder, gives me free SJ Smith welding gloves whenever I need them.  Also bought the BGE Pitt Mitt style gloves…
  • Looks awesome, lots of good flavors goin' on.   Love the sinus clearing punch from Uncle Pete's!  A thin line of that on a St Louis Cardinal's Hunter hot dog is one of my faves.
  • Nice piece of iron.  For griddle cooking, a set of long tongs and folded paper towel throughout the cook, helps keep the grease down.  Then soak it up before removal.  Reuse the greased paper towels to start your fires.  I keep them in an old mason …
  • Grills used and sold: Weber Genesis Silver B gasser Weber OTS, SJP, SJG Lodge CI Hibachi Grills in the current rotation: 2 LBGEs 1 SBGE 2 Weber OTGs WSM Blackstone Pizza Oven Although its considered hoarding, I find it important to have the right …