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  • I had to go look but I picked up some ergo knives at TJ MAXX back in the summer, They were really great looking knives with the laminated handles and the offset of the blade to the handle. The only problem with them is that out of the box they were …
  • I work as a hvac service tech, and this is the torch I use for work and I bought a new one for the egg. I only use mapp gas, propane will not burn well through this torch, and it is internally regulated so it will burn in any position.…
  • You can see the pattern of the grain in the wood. A burl has twisted and intermingled grain, much like looking at a plate of spaghetti.
  • The one thing that comes to mind is that when I dumped the lump in there was a large piece of what appeared to be a burl, I thought what a waste, burls can be worth a small fortune to wood turners. I can't imagine a burl causing that though. When th…
  • Too obvious!!!!!! Sorry for the wasted time!!!!
  • The red ash is what caused the problem. Any ideas? Plastic would not leave red ash. Does the BGE lump have a history Of foreign objects?
  • Is this a green branch or dead wood? Just remember dead wood does not make for good smoke, and green wood needs to be seasoned.
  • I use the scary-sharp method. Google it. Basically you use varying grits of wet/dry sand paper begining at 600 grit and working through 2000 or higher. I use this method for all sharpening, I began useing this method for plane iorns, I am able to ma…
  • Lodge pizza pan? Cast iron?
  • After a little post fire I think I found the cause, there is a big chunk of what looks like plastic. This foreign material came in the bag of bge lump given to me with the new egg.
  • If that is so , then why doesn't the same thing occur when cooking a steak where high temp is used to sear the met then the air is shut to finish To the desired temp.
  • I'm thinking trash wood in the charcoal. The smoke as the charcoal lit and came up to temp smilled strange.
  • Pretty much yes, and there was light smoke.
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