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  • Re: Wow that was good...(pics)

    Tough to beat ham and beans! Looks great.
  • Re: WHO IS MANGRATE

    what's weird is that you keep looking
  • Re: WHO IS MANGRATE

    Ok, so reading 'pork chop titties' is officially the worst thing I have ever read. And I read Hulk Hogan's autobiography.

    . You're welcome
    promise when I meet you I will have pork chops on my titties. See who thanks who
    Did this just turn to ManDate? What the????

    I apologize. My joke took a turn for the worst, and I must say I'm sorry to all... (sigh) I didn't think pork chops on my titties could happen to me, but this is getting weird.
  • Re: New to Big Green Egg Forum

    1. ? really not sure, It must have registered if you can post?
    2. Mine is split with 1/8 inch gap.
    3. Most here would agree with an instant thermometer made by thermapen. There was a very recent thread about must have eggcessories, you should be able to find it on the first couple of pages here, and welcome aboard.
  • Re: Homemade Sausage Tips

    I like running a little piece of bread through the grinder to help push out the residual sausage. The little bit of bread won't mess up your flavor profile...

    Also don't use the provided wrench to tighten the nut when assembling.. Hand snug is enough....

    Dry your grinding plates thoroughly so that they don't rust on you.

    Good luck and enjoy yourself!
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