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We hope everyone’s enjoying the first few days of summer. For us, the weather heating up means one thing - the EGG’s gonna be busy! Whether you’re making stuffed burgers for a backyard grill out, some brats before a baseball game or searing a steak for dinner on the patio, we hope you’re doing it with full flavor and having fun all the while!

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  • Re: new to the egg community

    Welcome! Some people have all the luck! I bet your ribs will be spectacular on the first try too! Haha! ;)
  • bison ribeye learning

    I cooked a nice bison ribeye tonight and made a few determinations. 1. Bison cooked to 140 is melt in your mouth tender and full of flavor. 2. Direct contact searing (aka The Caveman Method) is amazingly the way to go. 3. Red meat is too rich for my system so I either need to eat smaller quantities, or eat more to build up my tolerance ;). Seasoned steak with evo, sea salt and fresh cracked pepper. Reverse sear method resting between slow roast and direct coal searing, seared for approx 90 seconds per side. My wife didn't even desecrate the meat with her usual steak sauce baptism. Can't wait to freak out my father in law with this. He is an infrared yuppie griller. ;)
  • Best pizza yet

    Home made sauce, Bobby Flay crust recipe.  500 degrees for 3 min, pull crust off, top, back on for 11 minutes.  Yummy!
  • potato chips

    While the rest of the world was playing Where's Waldo with Edward Snowden, I discovered that potato chips are an excellent fire starter.  Cool!
  • Re: pizza fail...

    OK... I have come up with some thoughts from today's failure and subsequent forum thread.  Preheating seems to be a key. I was just letting the egg get to temp and throwing the pie on.  Secondly, airflow under the stone is important
      I had too many bricks in the egg because I thought I just needed to jack the stone up, I wasn't aware of the airflow need.  Thanks so much to everyone for the suggestions and picture examples.  

    One more thing, CarolinaQ, where did you get those little brick pieces or pieces of Terra cotta to put your stone on?