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  • Looks great. I'm hosting a chili-cookoff in a month. Care to share the recipe? I'm trying out a few recipes b/f the event, to see what to submit.
    in First Chili! Comment by dubah March 2010
  • Skin makes pretty good eats for me. Some people may say "yuck," but I like it. dogs do too.
    in Salmon Night Comment by dubah March 2010
  • Nice work. I built a similar table, w/o the granite though. Initially, I had some friends help me get the Egg, whole, into the hole. Later, I wanted to adjust the height of the bottom shelf, so I took all of the innards out, took the top off the E…
  • I made my own charcoal with hardwood, found locally, following the instructions on the Naked Whiz website: It came out pretty good, though noticibly "lighter" than commercially bought stuff. It was a lot of…
  • Looks great, I'd love to see the recipe to give it a try.
  • 13 lb Packer cut brisket all rubbed and ready to go when I get home this eve. It'll be accompanied by latkes for tomorrow's Chanukah dinner, with guests.
  • From reading about the dangers of heat to your table I'd use the feet and put a couple of nickels under the paver - to get some air flow between that and the wood. Seems to work well for my setup. I've checked the temps under my paver a few times du…
  • Hey, thus far: 2 briskets, 1 butt, 1 spatchcock, 4 ribs, burgers, 1 paellla, 1 salmon. All have gotten great reviews from family and friends. Getting the temps and fires under control. Table is working out great. Ordered a bunch of sauces and rub…
  • Hey, Type 1 here, since 1986. I wear an insulin pump, since 1994, and it's absoultely the best device out there for insulin dependent people (type 1) and lots of folks with type II. Make sure your bud sees a diabetes educator and the best endo. he c…
  • I sent you one, as well, Larry
  • Email sent, yesterday. Any left? Thanks, Larry
  • Last week I saw the fellas at Costco handling roasted chickens with some mitts that looked really well made. I asked what they were and he said "Fryer Gloves." He said they were rated at 450 degrees and could handle a "a lot higher than that." I'm n…
  • Grrrr! I'm not too good at this linking thing, I guess. I can usually follow directions o.k. but ....... Last attempt. I made the photos "available to public" on Flicker. Clicking Img at beginning and end of pic post. What's the key? Thanks
  • another try - coming up with a ? symbol. Any hints? [/img]
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  • Hey Jon, beautiful table and flowers you have there. Nice work. My egg got home great, built a table (I sent you email pics of Hasty Bake, too), have made ribs, butt and Trex steaks, so far. Be well
  • I used pine and 3 coats of Varathane Spar varnish.
    in Wood Comment by dubah September 2009
  • I'll be there, as a Newbie, picking up my first, L BGE, Larry
  • Have you got any plans you could send or post for that? Beautiful work. Looks mighty sturdy, too. Wheels?
  • Hi, this is my first post here. I'm working on getting an Egg at the Denver Eggfest later this month. PB Mike, where's the table from that you have your LBGE in? I could cobble together a table if I do happen to get an Egg, but that looks like a goo…
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