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  • Re: Temp controll... bottom vent does nothing now ?? Please advise

    Is the fire box aligned with the lower vent? Did you let the fire get close to temp with the dome open before closing the lid and adjusting vent temps? Maybe the fire went out with such small air openings from the start
  • Re: Who Would Buy A Small Kick Ash Basket If Available?

    @HoustonEgger ;
    @snoqualmiesmoker ;

    Thanks guys for the heads up.  I can't wait for it.  The small is such a pain to clean out and hopefully it will fix some people's air flow issues
  • Re: Kickash basket

    Is the extra convenience really worth 72 bucks?  I'm not seeing it. 
    People are paying  $150 for a brisket! One of the cheapest cuts known to man! KAB all day long!
  • Boos Cutting Boards Worth It?

    Is a nice fancy Boos cutting board worth the money and hassle to be an everyday cutting board? What I gather is that Boos boards need to be washed with soap and water and quickly dried right after. They also recommend oiling it once a month. I'm coming from some ugly stained plastic cutting boards that I can toss in the sink and run through the dishwasher with little hassle. Do you guys use your Boos cutting boards for everyday use?

    My knives are average at best but I can see how the wood would keep an edge longer. The weight of the board would also be nice. I hear that your not supposed to use a wooden cutting board with meat? Any truth to that? Do you use two separate cutting boards for fruit/veggies and meat?

    Sorry for the questions.  My plastic cutting boards are looking pretty gross and was wondering if its worth the extra cash or just sticking with plastic cutting boards
  • Re: What DON'T you like....

    Big Green Egg prices are getting rediculous. $400 for a mini and now $700 for a small.  I bought my large for $700 a little over 5 years ago 

    All Big Green Eggs should include a table nest at no extra cost (Since they eliminated BGE feet) 


    All nests should include the nest handler

    Can anyone say money grab?