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  • Don't bother making your own dough go to Winco or your favorite market and buy your fresh dough in a plastic bag. Making your own dough waste beer drinking time.
  • Read the label on most store bought rubs, most of the ingredents on that label you most likely have in your pantry. I always make my own and add different things depending on what I will be cooking  its a whole lot cheaper.
  • I am a rookie and baked my first 2 pizzas yesterday for a SB gang. I started with dough bought at Winco in a plastic bag. My wife prepared the pizza with fresh made sauce, add cheese and assorted toppings. I got the fire going put in the platesetter…
  • This sound like something I would like to try but I'm missing the dutch oven set up. Do you put the DO in the BGE and if so how long is half way through? If you put the DO in the egg what temp or is the same as the initial 275-300 setting?
  • Nakedwhiz conclusion on wet charcoal finds no evidence of starting fires. You should exercise care in the storage and use of your charcoal, but there is no evidence to suggest that wet charcoal, in the amounts stored and used by homeowners, can s…
  • I'm new with BGE but I have done some smoking on other units. I previously lived near the East Coast where there is most always high humidity and found that if I didn't keep my lump in an container to keep moisture out I'd have a hard time starting …
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