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  • I also have a stoker and have been pretty happy with how rock steady it keeps the temp on my LBGE. I have been looking at the partyQ, only because I really like the simplicity and battery operated. No power cables.
  • Thanks...that was direct.  The grate was raised about 3 1/2 to 4 inches. 
  • Also, not sure how you cut the back out of your chickens, but I ended up buying a decent set of 12" tin snips that I use in the kitchen only....just to cut the spines out of my spatchcock chickens and turkeys.  Soooo much easier than using your typi…
  • Turkey has become one of my family's favorite things to cook on the egg.  I raise the grate using a couple of fire bricks.  Cook at around 300 - 325 on the dome.  EVOO all over the bird with some of my favorite BBQ seasonings.  The turkey in the pic…
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