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  • Monster Brunch Burgers

    I decided to make some Burgers on the flattop Griddle Sunday night so I got things ready. Took one pound of Angus Ground beef and mixed in some Bacon and Onions and formed them into a ball. I then got a Potato and Grated that and dried it out some and put two eggs in a bowl to use. Put the Burger Balls on and smashed them down to cook. Man what a sight as this was the first time using the griddle for burgers. They stayed the same size as when I smashed them amazing. I topped the burger with Pepper Jack Cheese then the Hashbrown potatoes that I had made along with some bacon and finally the egg was set on top of this and all set on some toasted buns. !/3 pound burgers turned out great and I think better then on the grill.
  • Re: Spinning chicken.

    If your Hubby said you nailed it then it was awesome good. I cook to please my wife and if that is accomplished then I am good as she is the only one that really counts, It does look great and I am sure I would have approved.
  • Re: Cajun smoked ham

    Looks really good! Kind of a different take on a ham!

  • Re: Brisket Advice...

    I tell you after ready all the horror stories on here about the failed brisket cooks I was a nervous wreck on my first brisket. Got up at 3:00am and got the BGE going and stable and at 4:00am put the brisket on and went back to bed. Told the wife to let me know if it was below 225 and she did. I went out and ramped it up and back to bed. Wife gets up early I let it go until it hit 170 the wrapped it and put a cup of water in with it. Took it off at 205 and let it rest and it was amazing to say the least. I owe it all to Big Bob Gibson's book and his method.
  • Re: Anyone Built Your Blackstone Into Your Egg Table??

    Just thinking about this again and wonder if you could mount the Griddle on a platform with a cover that when opened it would raise the griddle up out of the table to allow the ventilation to operate as if it was stand along unit. Then when closed it would be a level surface for the table.
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