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  • do you have a picture?
  • i have been using the apple chunks for more than a year....they perform very need to soak
  • A buddy and I did ribs on two different BGE's...same ribs from Costco....same rub overnight (Dizzy Dust).....same sauce (Tennessee Hollerin)....he foiled(3/1/15min)in apple...I did indirect for 31/2 hours.....we took all of the ribs, sauced them on …
  • you need 8 legs....could use 2x4's for legs....put the middle legs close to the two openings for the eggs and use the long span in the middle for work surface on the top and storage on the bottom 
  • I don't know about all of the discussion around "airflow/use of fuel/temp control/etc.  What I do know is that the HighQ grate is aces!
  • it was getting dark....people waiting ...sides to prepare...etc.  Next time
  • Mine take almost 6 hours, with no tenting.  Put the sauce on in the last 20 minutes.  Bend test is the best method for knowing when they are done.  I use a drip pan with almost a quart of apple juice.
  • did my first turkey breast yesterday.....worked out great.  platesetter legs up, drip pan, grate, breast sitting on grate, dome temp at 350.  it was 10 lb and took almost exactly 2 1/2 hours to get to 160.  i turned it halfway thru because my BGE ge…
  • I bought four clay feet designed for planters....put a ceramic tile on the shelf, set the feet on the tile, and set the BGE on the feet.  Gave me a about 1 inch of air between the BGE and the tile.  No discoloration of the shelf.  Got the "feet" at …
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