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Is it supposed to fall apart, though?
My opinion: if he likes it falling apart, then it is suppose to fall apart for him. The wonderful thing about cooking is you can do it the way you like it. Have fun!
Two pieces of advise.
1. If you want to check your dome temperature with it, don't rest the plastic part of the pen on the egg... it melts. Who in the world would do something like that?
2. Don't leave it out at night. My father-in-law's p…
I'm one of those diehards that cook on the egg all year long; about 5 times a week. My neighbors think I'm crazy because I'm out there in the rain, snow, below zero temps, etc.
I decided to come back to the forum recently to see what's been goin…
Thanks... That was my first attempt and there will be a lot more to follow. This reminded me a lot of my late mother because she loved Reubens. It was an emotional cook. Great memories are held forever!
I'm going to grab another beer!
Grid temp of 250° and pulled it at 170°. Wrapped in aluminum foil, then a towel and rested it in a cooler for an hour. I wish I would have taken the temp after the rest.
The St. Patrick's Day "left over" corned beef at the grocery store should …