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  • Re: Komado Joe at Costco (pics)

    I don't know, but that would be nice if they would work on the BGE
  • Re: Big Red Egg (pic)

    Stoker is my choice....I have had mine a few years and I love I it. Sleeping all night and having to worry about the pit temp was my reason for buying the Stoker but being able to monitor the meat temps and the ability to change the pit temp remotely with my phone or iPad is a big plus for me...if you have a need for controlling more than one Egg, no problem with the Stoker
  • Re: Beef Ribs tonight

    Nice looking ribs.....I don't know about others, but pictures showing good Q motivates me into buying more meat than I need....the funny thing is, I really don't eat much BBQ but I enjoy cooking
  • Re: Brisket Today!

    Nice looking Brisket and you are so right about a temp controller .......I would not be doing as many long slow cooks without my Stoker
  • Re: Brisket Confusion

    The reason I choose to cook fat side down is I want a good bark on the meat and when I remove the brisket it's the fat that sticks to the grate and I don' t lose the bark on the meat......I use a large metal pizza paddle to remove the brisket from the Egg