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    That's all. Go back to Egg'n.
  • Re: Best place to buy CyberQ WiFi?

    The email thing has been resolved. Just email the support team, and they will send you instructions on setting it up.

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    If you have a iPhone or an Ipad, it's not hard to set up the thing...

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  • Re: Everyone should make Spatchcock Chicken

    pretzelb said:
    When you say "raised direct" does that mean you have an add-on for the regular grill to bring it higher in the dome? I'm interested in trying this after having some amazing chicken at a fancy restaurant but I'm not sure of the steps yet. 
    pretzelb, yes, typically raised to the gasket level. There are a number of ways to do it; adjustable rig, woo, a couple of bricks, carriage bolts, or some other homemade method. If it's a short cook, you can just use less lump, so the fire is farther from the grid. 

    I use three of these, cut from some scrap square tubing. Used 'em for 4+ years now.

    Freaking GENIUS! 
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