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Large served me well for years. Had to cook a 24 pound turkey for Thanksgiving. Wife said she wanted it spatched, told her I'd need an XL to do it. She made it happen.
Large is still my goto egg, at least until I get an adjustable rig for XL.
I've got a Weber gas grill hooked up to natural gas. 14 years old and still works fine. Haven't fired it up since getting the egg a couple years ago. Makes a great storage cabinet.
If you ask my family, everything tastes better from the Egg.
Sounds like my rib rub, which I used on some salmon last night, too. No pictures, but I swear it happened. Tasted as good as yours looks.
I was only drinking Bridgeport IPA, so you're way ahead in that regard.
Today, I'm thinking another large. I eliminated a gasser as a second grill from consideration about a week after getting my large because even if I'm cooking dogs, I'm lighting lump.
I thought about an XL. I've considered a Primo, too. Somethin…
In my experience, it takes about the same amount of time to cook one butt as four.
Eight hours in a cooler? They'll probably still be above the "danger" zone. Could pull them and put into warming trays and hour or two before serving.
I have a platesetter and have used it a couple times. Came with the demo egg I purchased.
Spent a bunch of money at the ceramic grill store and haven't used it since. Vast majority of my cooks are raised, direct however.
You do need some type of i…
I tabled my homebrew hobby while the kids were teens. Now that they're in college, I'm getting pressure to dust off the equipment.
My dad and I would routinely brew three 10 gallon batches at a time. Time to teach the next generation, I guess. No…
Plenty of cheap ways to raise the grid on a large. Lots of good expensive ways, too.
Large vs. XL, either one is great. I've got a large and will admit it would have been nice a time or two to have more real estate on the grill. More frequently h…
Guess I had a post waiting to be "approved". I've got the spider with 13 inch stone. Grid extender doesn't leave enough room under the dome for three butts.
I have the extender with sliding grid and love it.
I didn't move my butts around either,
I cooked 45-50 pounds of butt, six of them, on my large for my son's graduation party. Before and after (if I can figure out how to attach a picture). XL with a couple grids should be a piece of cake. Even with one grid, you should be able to cra…
Excellent. Just got my stone and rig extender and had to give it a try (even though it's 35F outside). Costco pizza with some veggies thrown on to make it look healthy. Wife says we're through cooking pizzas in the house.
Found this sauce online years ago, have no idea who to give credit to:
South Central Carolina Gold VII
2 cups cider vinegar
1 cup yellow mustard
1 cup brown sugar
2 Tbs black pepper
1 Tbs Worcester
3 Tbs Tabasco
1/2 Tbs salt
I usually on make…
My gasser has been fired up twice since getting the egg. Both times by SWMBO when I wasn't around. I'll get her converted eventually.
Did some burgers last night around 450. Awesome according to my teenagers (I agreed with them). I need to mak…
Cheapo propane gasser as a wedding present 22 years ago, upgraded to Weber Platinum propane gasser 12 years ago, converted to NG seven years ago. Stole my parents 35 year old Weber kettle a number of years ago when I wanted to go "old school".