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We hope everyone’s enjoying the first few days of summer. For us, the weather heating up means one thing - the EGG’s gonna be busy! Whether you’re making stuffed burgers for a backyard grill out, some brats before a baseball game or searing a steak for dinner on the patio, we hope you’re doing it with full flavor and having fun all the while!

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  • Sorry man, just read it.    
  • Drive a Chevy, use RO and blue K, drink Bud and Jim Beam.  When it comes to traditional Q, blue K in the WSM smokes the egg and WG or OO IMHO.    If I want neutral flavor, I would've kept the Weber gasser.
  • For the bike, love my chrome backpack.  Holds a ton of sh!t, rugged materials, built to last.  They have many more models available than when I bought mine. For work, I float at times, even to our other ca…
  • Wanted to throw a shout out to any Midwestern eggers for the second annual Bacoonride Too.  The folks at RAGBRAI, Blue Ribbon Bacon Festival, and Iowa Bicycle Coalition in Des Moines teamed up for an epic event last year, was a blast even riding thr…
  • Baratza Encore, Chef's Choice Kettle, and Frieling FP.  Good stuff. 
  • Linked 8 of them up to a power strip on a horse feed trough, great party tub.  Get the red color. 
  • Agree with the last sentence, ride on my friend!   Keep moving is a good motto.  We are ancestral "organic movers", scavengers, hunters.  Some great tips here by my guy Dr Chris Kresser....…
  • Ribs look great man, glad you got to spend some time with the fam. Refreshing for me to go from an 18.5" grate on the large, to the Weber's 22.5".  Even contemplated replacing my small camping egg and table with the OTG.  Moving the egg and table f…
  • Don't know what HOA stands for, but one thing is sure.  I am damn sure glad I will never have one.   When I can't maintain my own home, or do pretty much what I want in and around it, it's time for a nursing home, or home-home, preferably the latter…
  • Eggcelsior said: tfhanson said: Eggcelsior said: tfhanson said: Eggcelsior said: tfhanson said: And remember, don't drive your cars anymore. PEOPLE DIE IN THEM. And the point of your logical fallacy is? …
  • Looks good Doc, that will bring any dish to life. 
  • The Colster is the real deal, received one as a gift recently.  Will be a nice addition during the dog days.  Haven't tried bottles due to this issue, that is delegated to the trusty, krusty, leather ZBB koozie.  Not ruling out the Yeti 20 or 30 at…
  • As my buddy says, "glamping" menu so far is Babybacks Sat afternoon on the WSM.  Sunday breakfast is avocado eggs with house jowl bacon bits, supper is a whole beef tenderloin sous vided with the Anova, seared on the small with veggies.  Sunday nigh…
  • A new Rutland and alignment should fix your issues.
  • Fill your gas tank, add $10 can of Sea Foam.  Only difference is they run the BG stuff from the fuel rail.  Gotta hand it to the crooked dealerships on this one, one helluva upsell. 
  • RRP said: Focker said: Good stuff Ron.  Plugra is another favorite for ghee.  Brandon,  I haven't made ghee in years! I used to literally float my steaks in ghee! Is this Plugra a brand I can find locally you think? See you in a co…
  • Good stuff Ron, worth every penny.  Plugra is another favorite for ghee, and baking. 
  • Beautiful chill spot, enjoy. Know the feeling, was daydreaming yesterday doing some landscaping in the backyard.  Then reality set in when I looked at my large cracked patio slab that needs to be cut and removed.  I'm at 11 yrs, 1 kid, divorce, 5 j…
  • Nice write up.  Beautiful pics and good grub, loved the one of Joan double fisting. John is a true southern gentleman.  GA MTN is the best.     
  • Bentgrass said: She went to Whiteys and got some- the best ice cream in the USA. Imo Agreed, nothing else compares.  A piece of homemade pie and Whitey's Vanilla cannot be beat. Worked at Whitey's for 5 yrs, my first job at 16.  Miss eati…
  • Decided to put in four "Canadian Red" pie plants today.  Can't believe I waited this long to plant these edible perennials.     
  • Looks perfect.  The church ladies are definitely in for a treat.
  • Dealing with the same issues helping my dad sell his El Dorado.  "His" price is higher than market value.  I made one suggestion a year later to lower, and have left it alone.  He's been trying to sell it now for two years.
    in Selling my Mini Comment by Focker May 19
  • Looks like you nailed it.  Love pie on the egg.   Nicely done Ross. 
  • WeberWho? said: SmokeyPitt said: Very cool!  That is my kind of camping.  It looks like a great peaceful spot.  I'm assuming it is not packed full of RV's running generators like most camp sites .  Thanks @SmokeyPitt  You kind of fo…
  • thanks. Sold my stock in that sh!t years ago and invested in thing I ever did. hahaha
  • RRP said: It's good on buttered popcorn as well! My 7 year old destroys it.  Keep a bottle on hand just for this, and apple pies, the only commercial rub I buy.  Good stuff. 
  • Huge cajones amigo.  Commend you for following your heart/passion. It's all downhill after the health dept headache. lol Best wishes bud from here in the QC.  Will look ya up if I'm in your neck of the woods.  Awesome to see a food truck, no action…
  • Bookmarked, looks like a fun multi-step DO cook similar to Pepper Stout Beef on the egg.  May have to up the lager to 3 bottles for lidless braising?  Thanks for sharing.
  • Looks good, although I'd ixnay the bun and go with a tortilla.