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  • That looks awesome. I plan to try my first reverse sear for NYE. Did you foil or cover the steaks while resting them?
  • My cabinet is cedar and the finish came out more rustic than anticipated. I was looking for something the color of oil rubbed bronze, black, etc... The stainless just doesn't look the best with the color of the table but I may have to go that rout…
  • Skiddymarker said: Whatever you choose, make sure there is an air space between the egg bottom and the "stone". I think just about every egg I've seen is sitting directly on the paver or whatever. What should they be sitting on and does…
  • Sorry for the lack of responses. This week was hell on wheels. I decided to buy new. My local dealer cut me a good deal that only made the used one a couple of hundred dollars cheaper. I decided that I was more comfortable buying new and havi…
  • That's it. I went and looked at it last night.
  • I live in TN, so NJ is not an option.  I checked today and the package is over $1900 tax included at my local dealer.  Thanks for the replies.
  • Thanks guys. 
    in HELP!! Comment by tndawg December 2011