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It was pretty simple. Kosher salt, garlic powder, and Italian seasoning. I kept them upright on the egg inside of some 2" long pieces of stainless steel pipe that I keep around just for use in my egg. They come in very handy.
I am glad that they fit. I'm sure that I could have figured something out if they were a little longer. Everything turned out very good, and I got rave reviews from my guests which is always nice. My sister who absolutely hates ribs ate a half ra…
I survived the trip just fine, and yes the egg is here. I am excited to make some good beef. I was impressed with the food at the resort that we stayed at, but the beef was not very good. I think I may do some steaks tonight.
Thanks! I got good news also. When I got home I found out that I (with the help of some spatchcock chicken) got one of my friends to buy a LBGE. Now I have a local friend that is an egger! Pretty Awesome!
I am a welding fabricator. Now you are getting me thinking. If a hitch mount hauler was made especially for the egg you could make sure that it was heavy duty enough for the egg. You would have to also make sure that it secured the egg well enoug…
LOL! I should really learn to read. I love grouper. I have never had it blackened though. I would like to try it. What goes into a blackening seasoning? I don't need any trade secrets, just a general idea.