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  • Can't help you your your question but have been looking at cabinet as well.....can you post some pics and your thoughts on it. thanks
  • BGECARTGUY, can you post some pics of carts u have made?
  • Alki...that's a really nice simple table. I don;t know were I'd get a costco or restaurant stainless table plasma cut. Sure I coult my a metal shop if I tried hard enough but still chance things go wrong. that cart from bbqguys link would be pe…
  • any idea what those select outdoor kitchen cabinets cost? Looks like a really interesting option.
  • ignore my comment about the brown cabinets being steel....they looked very similar to a cart i had looked at that was made of powder coated steel...the ones in link about are a marine type plastic.
  • ignore my comment about the brown cabinets being steel....they looked very similar to a cart i had looked at that was made of powder coated steel...the ones in link about are a marine type plastic.
  • Thought about doing the restaurant table/cabinet thing and getting a hole cut for egg but not up for the project of find the right type of restaurant equipment, then finding someone with a plasma cutter for the hole. A grand is a lot for a cart but…
  • So then it's normal?
  • 7lb firm round succulent butt. Party starts at noon on Sunday so wanted egg free early that morning to put some ribs on and then some shrimp, corn and other veggies once guests arrived. worried it may go too long if i have fire issues overnigh…
  • 7lb firm round succulent butt. Party starts at noon on Sunday so wanted egg free early that morning to put some ribs on and then some shrimp, corn and other veggies once guests arrived. worried it may go too long if i have fire issues overnigh…
  • you sure the it's only one slab in the package? I ask because the ones from my local costco are 3 racks per cryovac package.
  • you sure the it's only one slab in the package? I ask because the ones from my local costco are 3 racks per cryovac package.
  • now up to 157, so we are past plateau and on the way to done. Though this was gonna take 4 hours plus an hour to rest (found a pastrami receipe on here and it said hr./lb) so we went out for a quick dinner. So not in a hurry at this point. Th…
  • should I bump up the temp?
  • what is St. Louie trim? assume baby backs come from further back of the piggy?
  • I know this thread is old but I want that table! anyone know of anything close to it that can be bought and then have hole cut into it?
  • I know this thread is old but I want that table! anyone know of anything close to it that can be bought and then have hole cut into it?
  • what took it out of service?
  • Grandpas grub- gasket frying was probably because of my setup. had platesetter in, legs down, ceramic feet on that with pizza stone on top of feet (not BGE stone, this was a slightly larger one my dealer sold me). Temp up to about 750. Lots of h…
  • wrapping everything in foil is good advice (too simple for me to have thought of) egg is only a couple months old but already half fried gasket making pizza a few months back. Do I need to do high temp burn of grease and crud before doing any …
  • Fried my gasket on 4th cook as well, doing high temp pizza. emailed HQ and they sent me a new nomex gasket for free. Have not replaced the old gasket yet but have done a few cooks since and to be honest thinking about just leaving it as is for now…
  • I don;t have a business...anyway around the have a business license requirment? would like to buy lump and meat from them.
  • I don;t have a business...anyway around the have a business license requirment? would like to buy lump and meat from them.
  • grabbed a few of my kids apple juice boxes and used them to 'wash' some of the rub off along with a brush. Worked out really well, ribs went over great. Only problem is no left overs. Have never foiled ribs, does it make a big diff.? Got goo…
  • if I wash off should I rerub or no need?
  • found some degreaser stuff called listoff at supermarket. Put it on stained pavers at full strength then scrubbed a bit with a broom and some hot water. Looks like it actually got stains out. Area had not completly dried so not 100% sure....and w…
  • no not sealed, we just put them in this past fall. What i need to do is build myself a table. The stains are from moving things between the 'shelves' of my gasser and the egg
  • Did lift the lid a few times so guess that did not help. assume fryers are smaller than roasters? don't have a raised grid yet so stuck with indirect for now. Does the weber 18" cooking grate work for DIY raised grid or is it too big for a …
  • it was a purdue roaster, that normally a 2 hour+ thing?
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