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  • Re: Sam's Club Zero Warranty Eggs

    Damn... I better start working out and cut the junk food out of my diet to get the most out of that lifetime warranty...
  • Re: Anyone use Frontier Brand lump?

    I use the 'Made in America' Frontier lumps from BJ's Wholesale.  I stocked piled a bunch of the 34lb bags @ the $16.99 sale.  I never tried the 'Made in Mexico' bags, I would read the Naked Whiz DB for his review & people's comments.

    For me, it's the same as Royal Oak (Made in the USA) in terms of smokeyness and time needed to burn off VOCs.  I found some HUGE pieces the size of cantaloupe melons in Frontier that I save for Low & Slow.  In RO, size are often softball to golf ball size.  I sort it by dumping it onto a covered table (outside) to remove all the uncharred bits.  As a test, I once placed a nice size uncharred piece on top of the lump pile for a test.  15mins and still had white smoke coming out of the top.  Removed that one piece and no white smoke.

    It's a pain & hassle to sort, but, I get better results doing it.  I skip sorting when using Rockwood and just dump from the bag.  (Love that Rockwood!)

  • Re: OT: Micro-SD Card stopped working

    Indirect 325-350 with platesetter.  Legs up. 30 min to an hour should do it.
  • Re: Having a Kick Ash Day

    I love mine.  I wish I had a custom "kick ash basket" the size of the kitty litter box.
  • Re: Gas BGE

    Wow. He found a fuel that's less smokey than Rockwood...