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  • Re: New MM and Labor Day

    Decent sized chicken, small butt or brisket, I even smoked 4 good size trout in mine last camping trip...I actually bought another thermometer fer the camper since I forgot mine over the 4th of July weekend. Will be doing some camping over Labor Day also.
  • Re: I've fallen in Love...again !!!

    dldawes1 said:
    evie1370...I considered the less lump benefit....but I'm not convinced that a smaller egg uses less lump.....just my train of thought.


    To reach a certain heat source temp (for direct cooking ) I'm not following how a XL can need (use) more lump than a smaller egg. For L&S, to saturate the ceramics to a desired temp may require more fuel....or more time...or both.

    Not arguing or disputing, only trying to understand.

    Thanks,

    DD
    a smaller area of fire, 13 inch diameter verse 23 inches diameter or red lump for searing. my mini uses almost nothing. my mini mini uses almost less than nothing. heres a burger cooked on a quarter cup of lump =)

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    That's a cute little joker....


    I bought a MM fer camping and boating.  I used it when we went to NC to camp and was able to treat folks to the wonders that came off of it hopefully starting a new found BGE family here and there!!!
  • Smoked Cream Cheese

    I am a lover of fish/crab dips and a buddy introduced me to smoking cream cheese on the egg...  I do 225-250 fer 1.5-2 hours and coat the cream cheese with your favorite rub or seasoning.  I made it my last camping trip and it don't stay on the table long!!!

    I was able to put 3 on my mini max at one time and could possibly do 4....but pictured is just a 2 fer!

    I didn't see any chatter on cream cheese smoking on here but TRY IT, you'll like it!


  • Re: Big Green Leg of Lamb

    Ann, ifin it's custom fer you to fry fish...you mentioned snapper.  Have you ever or can you ever get Amberjack?  That is my favorite fish!  I prefer cutting it into steaks and blacken the stew outta it on the egg!  I also like cutting it into fingers and frying it!  When I smoke it on the egg, I make the most awesome fish dip too!!!  I have all my family in VA and they say AJ is a trash fish so I'm not sure what they think of it in your area. 
  • Long Time No Taste! RIBS!

    Ain't done ribs in a while on my Egg so I got a couple slabs today to give em a whirl! Dusted one w/ Bad Byrons, and the other w/ a garlic herb seasoning (daughter doesn't like hot) I got from the Pepper Palace. They were to long so I had to 1/2 em up. I was going to do them slower then normal, at 200 degrees. Well, the meat started to pull and momma was urging me to make it quicker so I cranked it up to 250. About an hour before they were done, I pulled em and put honey and brown sugar on em and wrapped em. When I took em off, I thought no way they could be done (abut 3.5 hours in) but they were almost perfect!!! A few bones fell off so points deducted!!!





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