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Is your Big Green Egg still cooking even though it’s cold out? We hope so! We love the opportunity to cook heartier meals on the EGG during the winter. Some recipes you definitely want to try are Double Smoked Potatoes, BBQ Chicken Soup, Monte Cristo Sandwich and Breakfast Quiche. These are sure to keep your stomach warm & full! We can’t wait to see what winter-inspired dishes you cook!

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  • Re: Time for HUGE Steaks - Superbowl 50!

    Sherriff said:
    Ok, Reverse Sear it is! 

    Just to clarify, 3 of the guys are designated to cook all the steaks and they like the gasser. 

    Every year my steak is hit or miss.  This year I am cooking my own on the Egg.  If others want to join, that's fine.  The others can can gas all they want. 

    One question, to bring my steak to 110 at 3 inches think, at 250-275 degrees, how long approx am I looking at?  Just want to try and eat around the same time as the gasser guys.

    Thanks for all the info.  Pics to follow of course!!!

    Sherriff
    Nice thing about reverse sear is you can let it rest between roast and sear to help with timing.

    "If" you can get your steak the night before...course salt it and put on wire rack in fridge over night. Pull it out 3 hours before you start cooking it.
  • Re: Mini max at work

    Monty13 said:
    I like bring your egg to work day lol
    Beats the hell out of bring your child to work day...lol
  • Re: Mexican Cornbread & Shrimp Pie. In the style of Dixie.

    SGH said:
    Griffin said:
    Is that fresh jalapenos or from the jar?
    I chop fresh jalapeños. You probably could use the ones in a jar in a pinch though. The biggest problem that I see with using the ones in a jar is they have a slight candied taste. Don't know how it would taste in the bread. If you like their taste, I'm sure it would be fine. I just chop up a cup of fresh as that's how I have always done it. If you try the jar ones, let me know how it turns out. 
    I use fresh jalapeños chopped up in my dutch oven camp bread along with course shredded cheese and they are great. Bet they are even better in your cornbread. This is a damn meal for most people. Talk about a great breakfast. Still want to see a cut picture...Very nice SGH.
  • Re: Mexican Cornbread & Shrimp Pie. In the style of Dixie.

    Got to see the "cut" photo...excellent documentation buddy...
  • Re: Pizza Steel...Baking Steel for sale?

    Thank you. Yes I have thought about having a piece rough cut and finishing it off myself.
    I did this with a couple small round pieces I made for my Mini and Small Egg. I did some 1/4" stainless. 
    Honestly, for the time spent driving back and forth, finishing the edges and stuff, it would be worth spending another $30 just to have the finished product. 
    I still might go this route but just thought I could pick up a used piece from someone that is not using it and it would be a win-win situation. 
    If I go through the trouble of ordering and making 1 I might as well make 12 and give some out as gifts. 
    I do have a couple local shops to buy from.
    Thanks for your reply, truly.