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I can't say what the warranty would be for you if you bought in the US, but I would not buy if you are not sure it would be covered.
My first egg was a used XL, and since I bought it the base has cracked, and the firebox and fire ring. I will ne…
With the XL, you don't need the v-rack. Just lay them flat on the grid indirect. Saves the mess of cleaning the v-rack.
I bet everyone would be pleased with the results. Lots of good posts here how to do ribs.
Looks great. I had vindaloo in a restaurant in OKC last week. The 5 of use ordered a variety and shared, and it was the vindaloo that was gone first.
Can you tell more about how to make the naan? I'd like to try both things.
One of my eggs has a gasket, the other does not. I can't tell any difference in cooking at any temp. Gasketless egg goes out fine closing the vent and DFMT.
The only value I see in gaskets:
1. Keeps the egg dry if you don't keep them covered.…
I tried that on the XL and really warped my aftermarket grid with the high heat. Maybe with BGE grid and a shorter span on the L, it would not matter.
May not be a problem for you, but wanted to share so you are aware of the problem it caused me…
Those look great. I'll try that next time. Since I'm getting a late start, I went ahead and trimmed them.
On this one, Costco removed the extra from the back, but I did have to remove the membranes. Was easy this time.