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  • Thanks Tim I'll give it a try.
  • Thank you
  • By do I feel stupid. Ya, upside down. What threw me was the original was all welded together and the bolts were on the left. On the new one the bolts were on the right so I installed by bolt position. I really am very mechanical. Thanks all! Greg
  • Atomic buffalo turd. Endless variations but basically a cored out jalapino stuffed with cheese and meat (I used cream cheese and Little Smokies)wraped in bacon. Have to try these. Really good! Greg
  • Thanks Pat. I am the original owner but I bought it when the company first opened. That has to be what 20 25 years ago. G
  • I grow my own peppers and not all peppers even from the same plant are alike. Weather, soil, watering are all factors. Other than making sure you scrape the membrane and seeds out I don't think you can regulate the heat.
  • I've tried a lot of different methods. Plate setter legs down with stone on top. Stone raised just above plate setter. Stone high in dome with plate setter legs down. What works best for me is plate setter legs up with stone on grid. Heat for 45 min…
  • I think you're correct but BGE charges more for their label.
  • Thank you. I'll call tomorrow.
  • 31 years as an electrical contractor. I'm very new at the egg but loving every minute. Thanks for all your help. G
  • 31 years as an electrical contractor. I'm very new at the egg but loving every minute. Thanks for all your help. G
  • 31 years as an electrical contractor. I'm very new at the egg but loving every minute. Thanks for all your help. G
  • 31 years as an electrical contractor. I'm very new at the egg but loving every minute. Thanks for all your help. G
  • BGE lump.
  • First I've heard of waiting 45 to 60 minutes to burn off bad smoke. Is this really necessary? I usually wait until the smoke clears and the coals are all glowing about 15 minutes.
  • First I've heard of waiting 45 to 60 minutes to burn off bad smoke. Is this really necessary? I usually wait until the smoke clears and the coals are all glowing about 15 minutes.
  • Thanks all for the help. Never thought about the plate setter with the legs up creating more air flow. Makes great sense. Like cooking in a standard oven. So much for using the suggested method from the BGE company. Hope their reading this. G
  • Got it! Thanks for the help. I try it again.
  • I've been using my oven with a stone for years and have learned to bake a very good pizza. Tried my egg for the first time with a ps and stone. Heated the stone at 525 for about 45 minutes, slid my home made creation on and checked after about 10 mi…
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