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@Mickey the mini and mini max has "Beach" written all over it. Now to devise a SS portable carrier for my truck ;-).
Headed for Seaside, FL next Fri with the Mini in the Carten.
I bought one for the large. Initially I didnt like the lump falling through the grate. After a while, I realized the tiny piece of lump get used up too (mostly) and the quick lighting and easier control made it worth the cost of a little bit of in…
Thank you sir! So the two links I provided should get me going. Anything else you would recommend? I was thinking a cast iron grate but the stainless steel grate has given me terrific grill marks so far.
Reviving an old topic. So I am the proud owner of a brand new mini. For indirect, I need the mini woo and the pizza stones?
@fusionhq We did the same thing. I went to Home Depot to pick up the lumber to build a table and I found the kits could be be purchased cheaper than the cost of lumber. We stained ours and put 4 or 5 coats of poly on it to repel stains.
I figured such a great looking piece of meat needed a complex recipe that will really bring out the flavors. First, I rubbed it down with steak sauce so that my 17 ingredient rub would stick. I'm going to start it off with a se…
You can put the cast iron in the egg at a high heat and it will burn off the old seasoning.
Agreed. I have done this with a dutch oven that looked like people used it for oil changes. Heated that sucker up to nucl…
Carolina Q said:
Seriously? I haven't used mine in almost a year. No room on the grid, takes almost as long to get to temp as my large and I can't control temp once i finally get there! Large is dead solid perfect. My Smokey Joe is at least as …