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We hope everyone’s enjoying the first few days of summer. For us, the weather heating up means one thing - the EGG’s gonna be busy! Whether you’re making stuffed burgers for a backyard grill out, some brats before a baseball game or searing a steak for dinner on the patio, we hope you’re doing it with full flavor and having fun all the while!

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  • Re: Calm Before The Storm

    That's the second time in as many days I've seen stuffed Fritos, and dammit we need one more day in this weekend!   :s
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  • Re: After my cook tonight I shut everything down and discovered this

    As you take the food off your Egg, you open it up and let in a full load of fresh air/oxygen.  You take the food off and close her down.  You now have an Egg full of fresh oxygen and hot coals, there's gonna be a bit more combustion until the O2 is used up, or the coals cool enough, whichever comes first.  Don't worry about the little bit of additional smoke coming out; you're okay.  
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  • Re: Butcher Paper vs Foil vs No Wrap. You be the judge.

    SGH said:
    We are finally getting some relief down here and things are normalizing a little. Hopefully with these drought-busting rains we will see them go even lower.
    As long as the remaining cattle haven't drowned.   :|
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  • Re: OT - What are you doing right now?

    mgd_egg said:
    Ribs and chicken are on!  Also my inaugural Stoker cook. This is too easy. 
    Love the pillar for your Minimax!  
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  • Re: OT - Drink of the summer and beer?

    My supermarket offers a bunch of microbrews/weirdos as single cans, and I often pick up one per trip just to try something new.
    I'm not into "fruit" beers but I saw this one, wondered what orange would taste like so I picked up a can:
     

     
    Once I got my reading glasses on at home I realized it was grapefruit, not orange, but tried it anyway.  This may become my "after-mowing-the-lawn-on-a-hot-day" beer, very refreshing!  
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