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  • SheepDog wrote: I think Hornhonk wanted to go in halves with ya! Don't feel bad HornHonk I took a jab at the 420 earlier, now I feel like a real arse. Great lookin Tuna TBK, I was just getting ready to search for a good tuna cook. Going …
  • hornhonk wrote: What's the deal with your handle? Just curious. LOL - I weigh 420 pounds
  • Pork shoulder, wings, and ABT's
  • Kentucky Wildcat Fan wrote: Very nice! Your asking yourself, why didn't I buy this egg a long time ago? :laugh: You know me so well!
  • Interesting, Micheal - I'll try that. I did use the Spider legs down, and 13 inch CI grate. You can see it in one of the pics.
  • Manfred wrote: The picture of the plate is that what you had or is that was left? look good LOL - I had to concentrate on eating after the first few slices. :laugh:
  • PhilsGrill wrote: Great but you pics don't need to be 1.4MB! Shrink them to less than 100Kb. That's the second time you've remarked about the size of my photos. yet I see similar sizes in virtually every picture thread. Sorry if I offende…
  • Without a doubt the best wings I've ever made. I love my Egg!! :woohoo:
  • It was awesome! I read to do a few cooks lower than 400 to set the gasket, so I figured this would be a good experiment. Getting the temps to stabilize really wasn't that hard, as long as I remained diligent in keeping track. Still learning t…
  • We thought of M'egg if it was a girl, but went with Mr. Miyeggi (meat on, meat off). :ermm:
  • RoadKillBBQ wrote: Maybe I should describe the meat as firm when I take it off. When placed in the mouth, it ends up "chewy". So the answer from Dogfish's comments is to leave in the smoker longer until the internal temp is 200 - 205F ?? Tha…
  • I'm right there with you - pick mine up tomorrow!
  • RRP wrote: Just a thought - most all probes for Polder type thermometers fry at 396°. Using them at dome temps in excess of that is asking for trouble silicone protected wires or not. You are better off buying a Thermapen. I hear you - I ha…
  • Not that specific site, but similar tape. I just googled "Silicone tape" out of curiosity and found out that it does, indeed, exist!
  • Canugghead wrote: Welcome to the 'religion' (as a friend of mine calls it) :woohoo: Will we see you at Pittsburgh Eggfest 7/30? Gary Thanks Gary - unfortunately, I'm on vacation at that time. But I'm sure I'll be at future Fests!
  • I would have gotten a demo egg from the EggFest, but I'll be on vacation 7/30. :( But I'm sure I'll make other ones.
  • Thank you all very much. I live outside Pittsburgh, Pa., and have been smoking with an offset for several years. Now, I'm like a kid in a candy store! Ordered my AR and Spider, and found myself "needing" a wok! :woohoo: For now, just wan…
  • LOL - I hear you. Just got all excited!
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