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  • Once butts hit the magic 195 internal, wrap em stir your coal, ad some more chips and concentrate on ribs while the butts (as everyone else has said) rest in the cooler for as long as you need them to.  Sounds like some good eats.
  • Pork loins are a great idea, you can stuff them too, tends to impress the holiday crowd.
  • I don't know what temp you're trying to cook at but this is the easiest I've found (can walk my wife throught this one on the phone on the way home .  Open the bottom up all the way, top 5 on daisywheel open....This should make 400 +/- (what we like…
  • I wasn't on the BGE forum when I bought mine, wish I would've been and someone could've told me a couple of tips: * Happy egg is key:  bottom all the way open and top 5 open on the daisy wheel will allways = 400 degrees, when it warms all the way …
  • That's an awesome idea.  I just ran across a deal on another large and may do just what you've done with an egg on each end.  Thanks for the pic and hop you don't mine me cabbaging the idea !  Keeps total mobility, both eggs are in nests and I can s…
  • When not fired, mine stays in the garage with my vehicles, I started this when we had a bear come through and terrorize the neighbors last year.  All I could think about was the egg going over and being in pieces when I came out one morning.  So I m…
  • Anxious to hear how the CGS items work out.  Those are tempting, have already told the wife that ups might show up with something from these guys.  You'll recoup the cost of the egg and all of the eggcessories when you sell all the other inferior me…
  • Just got one from a guy who bought it for steaks.  Revved her up to bout 700 and opened it.  I got the base for free but I'm looking for a dome.  Think about it.  Said that thing was "dangerous", "it just exploded on me" he said.  It's called burpin…
  • Top 5 open, bottom all the way open will make 400 deg. every time on  a large.  Rev it up to about 600, then throw on the daisywheel.  She may backfire, but will settle down.  Let her get happy, easiest burger cook you'll ever have. 
  • I cook 3 10-12 pounders on my large regularly.  No extender, just the plate setter and the grid.  Placement is key, every butt's a little different
  • Just don't let the tension on the hinge get you, you may have it fixed by now.  Got a nifty trick for taking the springs off the hinges if needed. 
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