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  • Re: Small, Medium or MiniMax

    fence0407 said:
    One could also argue for another large if you can afford it. It's not hard to wheel inside, plus you'd already have accessories that fit it. Then when you move there permanently, you'll have 2 larges.

    That being said, I have a mini egg and love it. It is very portable and can easily cook for 2-4 people on it. You might also take a look at the KJ Junior.

    I agree with @fence0407, but, I would also get a kick ash basket and a metal bucket.  Before you move the Large into the house, wait until it's below 200 and take all the unused coals out with the basket.  Store it in the metal bucket away from the house.  After a few minutes with the lid open, it should be cool enough to move into the house without a risk of burning down the house.

    It would still make the house smell of smoke.  But, you'll get that with any charcoal grill unless you go with gas.
  • Re: Lump Charcoal

    Stay away from cowboy!  But if you must try it first hand, get the small bag...
  • Re: OT: Micro-SD Card stopped working

    Indirect 325-350 with platesetter.  Legs up. 30 min to an hour should do it.
  • Re: Buyer Beware - Ceramic Grillworks of Pittsburgh

    BYS1981 said:
    Seems to me the company should have just refunded the money from the get go, they could have avoided a 4 page thread.
    I had a bad experience with a set of sofas with the same results from this thread.  Short version:  None of the legs on the two matching sofa were straight.  The company kept fixing and making us new sofas, but, none of them ever came straight.  A year later and the 6th sofa, they're refunding us the full amount after the pickup this Friday.  There's definitely something with their manufacturing, but, they're not admitting it.  We gave them plenty of chances to make it right.  In the end, they probably think I'm a difficult customer and don't realize they have a problem.
  • Re: Costco

    Don't forget about Caskets.  Everyone needs one of those in their lifetime...