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Pictures of first attempt

PhilPhil Posts: 26
edited 4:00AM in EggHead Forum
Thanks to all who helped tonight. The food was very good and I guess I will have to practice again tomorrow! I am not sure how to get pictures to the site yet, so I posted them on my own site.
Feel free to go there to see.[p]Thanks again.[p]Here is the link: http://homepage.mac.com/philhanna/PhotoAlbum146.html

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Comments

  • Steve-BSteve-B Posts: 339
    Phil,[p]The food and photos look great! I could think off worse things to do than to practice cooking on the egg...LOL.[p]Keep the pictures coming![p]Steve-B
  • Phil,[p]Look perfect! The real question is how did they taste? Love this stuff!![p]Congrats and welcome![p]J
  • Phil,
    Your pictures look great and I hope the chickem tasted the same. I just wanted to suggest that you replace the BGE Themometer with a Tel-Tru model. The numbers are easier to read and it is supposed to much more accurate. The model I got for my egg is LT225R from web page http://www.teltru.com/barbecue.asp
    just scroll down and you will see the Big Green Egg listed. I learned about these by reading the BGE forum prior to my getting the egg. Anyway Happy Egging.[p]Retired Railroader

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