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With winter in full gear, we’re enjoying all the awesome photos of EGGs in the cold weather. Stay warm with some of our favorite Dutch oven recipes: Chicken & Dumplings, Chili Con Carne and BLT Soup.

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  • Re: GA Mountain Eggfest - Mega Pics - Part 2

    @R2EGG2Q  Thanks for sharing the pictures.  I am the lucky guy who ended up walking away with the small BGE (red sweatshirt).  This is my second egg, and it has already been broke in nicely this week.  I am still in shock that I walked away with with it, I never win anything!!!  We drove up from North AL on Friday evening and had a blast.  I also indulged in some of the better cooks I have ever tasted as well, as well as picked up a few tips.  The PEACH ENCHILADAS were off the hook!!!!

    After reading your comments, it dawned on my that you were my draw in the first Rub & Sauce Exchange we did last July.  Crazy, i know....I wish i would have gotten a chance to speak with you on Saturday...maybe in Oct. @ Eggtoberfest if you get a chance to make it.

    Anyways I thought you may enjoy that....Happy Egging

  • Re: Post your Elfster Rub/Sauce Exchange Gifts here!!!!

    @dweebs0r you're welcome man, Enjoy!
  • Re: Post your Elfster Rub/Sauce Exchange Gifts here!!!!

    I had the privilege to receive my gift from @cookinbob today.  Wow...what a box.  Alot of good stuff from NY.  I am looking forward trying the mustards, asian bbq, and the mojito marinade.  

    The gumbo recipe will definitely be added to the menu rotation, especially on gamedays.

    I really enjoyed the writeup & pics.  Will keep you updated on future cooks.

    Thanks again Bob!
  • Big Cook Advice

    I got nominated to provide the food for my 10 yr class reunion next weekend.  I will take this a compliment, i guess.  I am responsible for feeding 50-60 people, and was wanting to get you egghead's opinions on how to go about this.

    I plan on smoking four 6-7lb bone in butts, at my house on Friday night.  I plan on putting them on around 7-8 PM, and hopefully taking them off around 10am the next morning at the latest.  Here comes the big concern that I have....we are goin out on the lake around noon on Saturday and not expecting to eat til around 7:00 Saturday night.  I will FTC them for as long as I can, and will then have access to an oven if necessary.

    Do you think approx 8 hrs in a cooler will affect the meat, or would 4 hrs in a cooler and then in the oven to preheat???

    The single butts I have cooked in the past have been exactly 12 hr cooks, but not sure how having 4 butts in the egg will affect on time??

  • Re: Add me to the list ;)

    Thats the best looking egg I have seen yet!  Where did ya get the handle?  Link?