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We hope you had a hoppy Easter and are ready to spring into warm weather cooking mode! There’s nothing better than spending time outdoors with the sweet aroma of fresh cooked Ribs. Baseball season is also underway, so it's the perfect time to try out some chicken wing variations! We have Jamaican Jerk, Lemon Pepper, Fired-Up Wings and even a Whiskey Onion and Chicken Steak if wings aren't your thing. Bon appetit!



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  • Morning Bobby: Very well said. I will be spending most of my time on the original forum (for posting and maintaining contact with EggHead friends), but will probably view this one occasionally. Just more comfortable with the original format...s…
  • Morning gkjsr & NotabuttDave: The "original" forum still exists at www.greeneggers.com.
    in New forum Comment by SSN686 August 2011
  • Morning John: I agree with you 100%...doubt if I post or even look at the forum much in the future...just not fun anymore with this MESS! Have a GREAT day!    Jay    
  • Morning ???: Since I can no longer know who I am replying to I guess I should say "Morning All"...by the way this is SSN686 since it doens't allow my handle to be shown anymore...I DO NOT like the new format, but I wasn't asked, so I guess I'll jus…
  • Morning Rezen73: In late 2001 we had done some remodeling (adding on a dining room and screened in porch off of the dining room)...my plan was to install a Jenn-Aire downdraft grill...my younger son told me to "check out the thing Harry (a friend…
  • Morning Beli: That is BEAUTIFUL...definitely helped start my day off on a better note...thanks for sharing (even if it does make me jealous).
  • Morning Derrick: You're only limited by how imaginative you are...see PhilsGrill post...Here is a link to when I did six racks on a medium...CLICK HERE
  • Morning Chuter: Sounds like you answered your own question...turning upside down will take care of the pooling issue...I actually leave my wok in the Egg all the time...after each use I rinse it out, put a very light coat of Crisco on it and plac…
  • Morning Tim: Shaking the Tree is probably my favorite...or is it Pineapple Head...or is it Red Eye Express...or is it Raging River...I think you may see what I'm saying...ALL of the DP rubs are good on chicken (IMHO)...the real question is which …
  • Morning Gary: Here is a link to how I do them...CLICK HERE
    in ABT - Help Comment by SSN686 July 2011
  • Morning John: First weekend in November...11/4 -- 11/6...see you there!
  • Morning Tricolor 1824: Yeah, she had a real tough winter...especially since she spent all winter in Southwest FLORIDA! :laugh: :laugh: Just having fun with you Julie!!! :P
  • Morning Barbara Jo: Yes it is...I actually have two of them, but haven't used either one in quite some time (since I got the adjustable rig from Tom)...but that rack did a great job that day!
  • Morning Julia: You were making me jealous until that last picture :laugh: :laugh: Food looked fantastic and already the party has begun.
  • Morning Jeff: Did six slabs back when I had a medium...CLICK here for the link
  • Morning Capt. Frank: Looks mighty tasty...may have to try these soon! (or have you make them at the mini-Fest in November????)
  • Morning Chuck: Looks great! My question to you though...Did you cook the spaghetti on the Egg too?...I can be done...click here to see when we did it :laugh:
    in Spaghetti Comment by SSN686 June 2011
  • Morning Brian: Sounds like the way we do them too (I don't like onions either, but love them done this way) only I usually do at least two of them and in a corning ware dish instead of foil...HERE is a link to my way
    in Onion recipe Comment by SSN686 June 2011
  • Morning Rascal: We did something similar recently using 2 pounds of ground beef and one pound of the sausage...very tasty burgers...HERE is the link to the post
  • Morning All: My fun place...
  • Morning Pat: Now that is the way to "watch the ribs"...I can be there in about an hour (in Orlando with family at the moment)...will they be ready by then?
  • Morning Al: We're good with it...however we are out of town from 6/25 to 7/2, but any other time is fine!
  • Morning Mark: It was VERY tasty...the rice cakes were special...nice & crisp on the outside and light/fluffy inside...great recipe from Little Chef!
  • Morning Molly: Thanks...Little Chef is the one who I should be thanking for the recipe...very easy and even better tasting!
  • Morning Ken: Oh yeah, the last time we did this (a few weeks ago) we also added fresh blueberries around the pineapple instead of the usual Marichino Cherries...I loved the slight change in flavor.
  • Morning TnVolKen: Here is a link to our favorite...CLICK HERE
  • Morning Richard: Those are EMPTY of the cat litter, but do come in handy for storing lump at times...I was putting aside LARGE pieces for later overnight cooks, but it got to be too much of a hassle so there are no more EMPTY litter cans on that …
  • Morning Matty: The dimensions you have sound pretty good...below are a couple pictures of my ODK area...I have two Large Eggs so the width is 54" (thus the 24" for one looks good), and mine is 24" deep. As for the bottom height from the floor, I…
  • Morning Rebecca: Thanks...though the pool incident was Memorial Day weekend and the lamb was yesterday...as for "living the good life"...that is a state of mind at all times for me!
  • Morning Bobby: You're too fast for me (but then I had to make sure of the DP URL since I have it as a favorite)! :laugh: