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  • Re: First steak

    @Solson005. It was easy as hell! The egg rocketed from 240 to 600 in less then three minutes. Nice crust, great grill marks, very juicy. This is for sure in my wheel house now.
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  • Re: First steak

    Also had some wine.
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  • Re: Which way to Turkey

    @cantonDawg I stuffed it with a quartered onion and orange, garlic and cellery, after using kosher salt and fresh cracked pepper in the cavity. I then smeared herb butter all over the turkey. Cooked indirect on a roasting pan rack at 350 for about three hours. The herb butter was two sticks softened butter, I used unsalted, and fresh sage and rosemary finely chopped and a cap full of dried thyme, pink Himalayan sea salt and pepper. I then sat back and drank, the BGE did the rest
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  • Re: Which way to Turkey

    My turkey from last week.
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  • Re: Chiminea

    Between the BGE and the Chiminea the other mornings 42 degrees didn't seem that cool.
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