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  • Shouldn't have opened this thread. Now I need to go eat
  • True craftsmanship in and out. Outstanding work!
  • The sharpener isn't a deal breaker. A replacement will cost  $100+ or just have someone sharpen it for you for $12 every 5 years. One of the big issues is the blade. Any chips in the blade? The blade replacement itself is $150+ minimum. That can be …
  • GrillFriend said: We have the ONLY company approved that imports authentic Pimento wood from Jamaica. We also have a big green egg.  We have had great success doing jerk chicken, Jerk brisket, jerk ribs on our egg. I do HIGHLY recommend using p…
  • Kick Ash Basket rules when cleaning the egg. The main reason why I've purchased them. Never had an issue with air or temps but makes clean up stupid easy. I can't tell you how many times I'd catch the fire grate with the ash tool and knock it out of…
  • She is the real deal. Watching her cook and explain things is a class of it's own. I've learned more about cheese than I have ever known in a weekend hanging out with her. I don't think she posts that often and has opened up a restaurant with her si…
  • Definitely recommend a wanted ad. I watched and watched for a small to come up with no luck. Threw up a wanted ad on Craigslist and got a hit a few weeks later. Worth a shot anyways. Where are you located? If you don't have the time I can throw one …
  • Any luck on Craigslist? I've bought 5-6 nests off Craigslist in the past. The medium might be harder to find. You might want to make a wanted ad on Craigslist. That's how I found my small nest. It ended up being @minnemoh from the forum with the sma…
  • SRQLI said: WeberWho said: I think fishlessman has a great point when he says, "but there's a commitment to it". It's not a gas grill. You won't be able to turn some knob and hit an ignite button. At the same time your food isn't going…
  • I think fishlessman has a great point when he says, "but there's a commitment to it". It's not a gas grill. You won't be able to turn some knob and hit an ignite button. At the same time your food isn't going to taste like a gas grill. I'm not sayin…
  • How cool! Very creative. The food is mouth watering. Welcome!
  • bhedges1987 said: The original Gino's east pizza... Get the pinwheel sausage pizza and thank me later It has to be Gino's East if going to Gino's. The original location. It's also bring your own beer at that location 
  • Looks killer good!!!
  • Brisket_Fanatic said: @Weberwho WeberWho said: Looks awesome! I guarantee it's better than Smokey D's brisket I had the other night. That was a pass. Yum! Thanks, only think I've eaten at Smokey D's is ribs and double mac n' che…
  • This is all you!
  • Looks awesome! I guarantee it's better than Smokey D's brisket I had the other night. That was a pass. Yum!
  • Welcome. Opening the dome will help ramp up the fire. You can take the top daisy wheel off and open the bottom vent to watch the temp come up to 500. Start closing the vent around 450 to get it stabilized at 500 To be honest I never use the top dai…
  • Focker said: Cool story V, great score! You could probably find an indexing knob and dial on the net, shouldn't be too much $.  Scroll down a little on this link. http://www.oldhobartslicerparts.com/hobart512meatslicerparts.html Got a pic of t…
  • Focker said: Fong's is another. Some good lookin Q V. How many hours did you wait in line?  We also ate at Fong's with your recommendation when down in Des Moines the last go around. My kind of place to eat. It would have been a flip of th…
  • I really hope this becomes the new way to do pulled pork. Get drunk, don't look at temp, wake up the next morning to the smell of awesomeness. I think you're onto something....  
  • I stopped in Des Moines this evening and grabbed some grub. @Brisket_Fanatic Mentioned this place a few years ago when in town. The ribs were outstanding the last go around so we had to get them again tonight. Took a few pics of the experience this …
  • RRP said: Well - I found EVERCLEAR at a local liquor store here in IL. I was determined to try it for a while in spite of having to pay $47 for a half gallon bottle! I don't spend that kind of money on hard liquor that I consume, but I'm going …
  • Nice score! Make sure you let your family members know that it cooks awful food and embarrassed that you took it.
  • tgs2401 said: Filed for divorce after 32 years of marriage. Times are a changing........... Sorry to hear about that. Wishing you the best!
  • Are you sure you don't want a Walmart mountain bike? 
  • The small is a stud. Food looks great!
  • RRP said: WeberWho said: RRP said: Seemed sort of expensive for a fire starter or do you buy it some place other than a drug store so you can get a price break in larger quantity? You can feed your belly and your egg with th…
  • RRP said: Seemed sort of expensive for a fire starter or do you buy it some place other than a drug store so you can get a price break in larger quantity? You can feed your belly and your egg with this if concerned about expense: 
  • Still don't think I could live anywhere else:
  • Jameson19 said: If I have had the feet for several years, and they work, is there any reason to get the nest?  No. Big Green Egg use to provide feet with the egg. The nest is a new way to charge and make money off consumers. It really sh…
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