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  • Re: First time using my new 3 tier grill

    I would love to see a picture of that!
  • Re: My SBGE Weekend Adventure - 2nd Edition

    Wow!  I won a small BGE at the Melbourne EggFest and you have shown me exactly what I can do with it.  I would have underestimated the little guy!
  • Learn from my mistakes...

    I put 4-8 pound butts on at 5:00 p.m. For a low and slow overnight cook. The temp was pretty steady by 9:00 p.m. And the Maverick was beeping for no reason(does it beep when the battery is low?) so I turned off the alarm. I woke up at midnight and the temp was up 40 degrees and I realized I had a grease fire. Of course, my drip pan that came with the A/R was not big enough to hold the drippings for 4 butts. So I foiled the butts and put them in the oven at 230 degrees and worried that they were going to taste like burnt grease. They were done when I got up at 6:00 a.m. They turned out great. They had enough smoke flavor and were so moist. The family for whom we prepared the meal was very appreciative. Every cook is such a learning experience for me. At some point, surely I will stop,running out of ways to screw up. The good thing is that the food always tastes great anyway.
  • Thank you, cooks!

    I also want to thank you for cooking at the EGGtoberfest.  I am surprised that so many people want to spend their own $ and stand out in the heat and cook for others all day.  I am very surprised that the Big Green Egg company doesn't reimburse you for the cost of food.  But, anyway, it was a wonderful day with great food and great people and I appreciate all of your hard work.
  • My First Stuffed Pork Loin

    Stuffed a 4 pound pork loin with sauted spinach, mushrooms, garlic and mozzarella cheese. Sprinkled with Dizzy Dust. Grilled indirect at 350 degrees until loin reached 165 degrees. Turned out great but the next time I will take it off the grill a little sooner.I didn't have bacon so I left the fat on. The utube video I watched made butterflying the pork a piece of cake.My family was impressed. I will do this again and try different fillings.
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