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  • HofstraJet - you have inspired me!!  After seeing your table and wanting to have an XL egg in addition to my L egg, I called Brian and we finalized a table with granite top, SS bottom shelf and one drawer.  It will fit perfectly, I'll send pics and …
  • Hey Chief, did you build that or buy it?  That is the perfect setup that I'm looking for.  If you built it, you did an awesome job!!
  • Something you might want to look into is a Looftlighter. After BBQing for 40 yrs, I bought one about 9 months ago and wouldn't trade it for anything. Within 5 minutes I can have 3 areas going and can walk away. No fluids, no propane, no starter chip…
  • Welcome aboard, learning to use the Egg is half the fun. Had mine for about a year now and done everything from pizza, steaks, ribs, brisket, pork butt and fish. It's all good! Lots of good folks and information on this site.
  • LOOFTLIGHTER is what I've finally settled on. No way would I use any type of liquid fire starter, leaves too much off taste to food. Used the BGE fire starter fiber chips, they were OK, but took too long for my taste. I really wanted to use the g…
  • That was it!!!! thanks a bunch
  • Thanks all, I ended up doing it on grill extender, cooked about 1 hr at 400, but used drip pan on lower grid. It came out great, but next time I will probably follow Rascal's idea of refrig it for 5 hr prior for a more crispy shin and not use the …
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