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  • That sounds really good; think I'm going to try that this weekend but using bone in chicken breast or a cut up fryer.
  • I cooked a 15 and a half pound prime rib on the egg this Xmas eve and it was a piece of cake to reverse sear, which I had never done before.  After rubbing with the spices I wanted, I brought the egg to 250 degrees and placed the PS in with a tub fu…
  • A medium egg is nice for situations where you just want to cook a few hamburgers or hot dogs which isn't going to take very long.  If I have more people coming over, then I'll use the bigger egg when it's needed.
  • Thankfully, the insurance company cut me a check within a week.  All of you are correct by saying that if someone wants something bad enough they will probably end up getting it, but we certainly want to make it as difficult for them as we possibly …
  • I'm around the Joliet, IL area.  When I get a new egg, I'll definitely make it more difficult to grab, that's for sure. My only reason for posting this was to let people know that there are individuals out there who are looking for these grills and …
  • When I used it, I wheeled it out of my garage just a few feet to use and there is an alley that runs behind the garage also so anyone could have been running down the alleys to scope things out, but once I had everything cooked, I put it back in the…
  • Looks good to me! I'm going to try a stuffed pork loin tomorrow and I have to say that the hardest part was cutting the loin properly. You did a fine job, mine don't look near as nice as that, but we'll give it a try though.
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