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It burns cooler with less smoke. Wow, that charcoal costs twice as much as the average price per pound of the meat I cook on my egg.
It would cheaper for me to start a fire with chuck steak and roast some oak.
I am thinking of getting another. I am leaning towards another XL. I like the idea that I don't have to buy another PS or pizza stone. I don't know what size all I know is I will get another one. The mini is just to small for my needs.
@ Bstang Get one from an Egg fest if you can. Only used once and by someone that knows how to use, and take care of them. That will be where I get my next one from. They only demo XL and L Eggs. Good luck!
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I think dealers shy people away from the XL just because they don't personally have any
experience with using them. The dealers I spoke to had cooked on or owned the large models, and had
sold XL's but never had a chance to use them.
As far as the …
Good thing you're a nurse! :P
Lol we actually had 4 nurses here last night!
If I made that my cardiologist would slap me!! [-X
I can't wait to show mine at work today. I work in interventional cardiology.
I think the Doc might have a few word…
To much bark try and wrap in foil in the middle of the cook. Wrapping will (should) speed up the cook. You might try for the 1st 3-4 hours unwrapped then wrap for 3-5 then unwrapped till temp is reached. Let us know what you do and how it works.