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  • Re: Roofs over my egg

    Jeremiah said:
    I built this table a couple of years ago, it was mostly out of scrap wood, and some roofing tin from lowes. It did a good job, but if I was to do it again, I might give it a little more overhang, as I would still get wet in downpours while egging.
    I like the look of that table but is it secured from blowing over? I know some of the storms we get would send that table sailing here. It could be devastating. ;)
    The design has me rethinking my one table that is not under a covered patio.

    Looks like you are getting ready to expand that patio?
  • Re: Broke the plate setter, place setter.

    Jstroke said:
    Go to ceramic grill store for adjustable rig or woo2  Or--another grid, a pizza stone, the fire bricks, and another grid. Plate setters break. I wouldn't replace it. The legs tend to snap off.

    I have one plate setter over 10 years old and another one at least 8 years old that sit in the elements until I need them and never had a problem.

    With that said, I also have two woo's and an adjustable rig, so I maybe I do have problems. :o B) 


    I do use them all :)
  • Re: OT - SAMs club tumblers, 2 for $20

    I had a rain day at work so... I had time to spend some money :)

    I needed a couple things from Sam's club and stumbled across these tumblers by accident and remembered this post so I picked up a set.

    I put a handful of ice in one about 9 hours ago and it is still mostly there. These are more for SWMBO so the final test will be when she gets home and approves or gives them the cold shoulder, pun intended.

    I also picked up a top that she might wear but is more for me, B)  they have some really good clothes bargains at Sam's club also. 
  • Re: Any cant miss eateries in Atlantic City or between there and PHL?

    Check out Los Amigos 1926 Atlantic Ave. Also there are some decent reasonable places in the French Quarter, namely Rí Rá Irish Pub.

    I'm not sure they are "can't miss" but we always hit them on our tequila crawls. 
  • Re: How do you clean your grates?

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