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  • MaskedMarvel said: Knowing they're that cheap b&m makes the shipping upcharge hard to swallow... B&M?
  • Eggcelsior said: cblii said: Yup.  It turned out great; actually much better than the full one I did my first time. Trimmed it down as suggested and there was actually more meat than those pictures make it seem. And despite their…
  • Yup.  It turned out great; actually much better than the full one I did my first time. Trimmed it down as suggested and there was actually more meat than those pictures make it seem. And despite their failings as a butcher, I'll definitely be …
  • Mike8it said: I've been using Wicked Good almost exclusively of late.  But that's only because there is a place near my parents' house in New Bern, NC that sells it for $15 for a 22lb bag.  At that price, I find it's the best bang for the buck.…
  • I've been using Wicked Good almost exclusively of late.  But that's only because there is a place near my parents' house in New Bern, NC that sells it for $15 for a 22lb bag.  At that price, I find it's the best bang for the buck.
  • I guess we shall see tomorrow when I smoke this bad boy.  The only thing that really matters is the deliciousness, after all! 
  • Heh, my suspicion is that they take whole briskets and cut them into portions, vacuum seal the portions and sell them at the farmer's markets.
  • The Cen-Tex Smoker said: That's a whole brisky but they kind of butcher the fat cap. No worries though. Trim that fat as uniformly as possible to about 1/4-1/2 inch. Pit a good rub on it and do it at 275-300 dome temp for 1-1.25 hrs per lb unti…
  • The Cen-Tex Smoker said: looks like a flat to me but I cant tell in the 1st pic. Looks like the separated it and left the fat that would have been between the flat and point. Take it out of the plastic and take another pic if you really want to…
  • Oh, sorry... I meant which part of the brisket is it from.  Flat or point or whatever... I am a total rookie at brisket.  First attempt was pretty abysmal, but figured I'd go ahead and try again (though with a smaller cut so I don't waste as much do…
  • Tjcoley said: The best way to search the forum is to search with Google.  Just search for what you are looking for and add Big Green Egg to it.  For example, Google 'Big Green Egg beef ribs'  Most of the answers will be links to the forum.  The…
  • I use google to search the site.  seems to be better and more reliable: At google.com (or your google search bar), without quotes: "site:eggheadforum.com keyword to search for" +1
  • Here is a great set of instructions that I remember reading a few weeks back: http://eggheadforum.com/discussion/1137356/uploading-photos-from-ios-device-ipad-or-iphone (I have an Android, so can't speak from experience )
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