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  • Can't wait for this weather to break and folks get back to cooking

    me included. Of the 30 plus plus posts on the first page of the forum, only 5 have anything to do with a cook. I'm tired of single digit - sub zero temps and snow every day. 
  • Re: Temp issues

    Too much lump should not be an issue. I often fill to the top of the fire RING above the fire box. Are you adding to used lump? Have you stirred the old lump to clear the grate? What are your vent settings? How much ash in in the bottom? What size Egg? Sounds like an air flow issue.
  • Re: Newbie

    banditt37 said:
    Sorry about the spelling. I hate auto correct

    Don't worry about it. The later it gets the less mis spelled words are caused by autocorrect than by adult beverages.
  • Re: Going topless?

    If I'm going real low and slow (below 275) I use the daisy wheel, just because it is easier for me to maintain a low temp with it on.  Anything 300 or above and I am topless and just use the bottom vent to control temp with no problem.
  • Re: Pizza... Burnt crust! Help!

    Was there a space between the Platesetter and pizza stone. I do Platesetter legs up, grid on top of the legs, and pizza stone on the grid. Have never burned a crust this way.
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