Big Green Egg - EGGhead Forum - The Ultimate Cooking Experience...
Welcome to the EGGhead Forum - a great place to visit and packed with tips and EGGspert advice! You can also join the conversation and get more information and amazing kamado recipes by following Big Green Egg at:

Want to see how the EGG is made? Click to Watch

Facebook  |  Twitter  |  Instagram  |  Pinterest  |  Youtube  |  Vimeo
Share your photos by tagging us and using the hashtag #BigGreenEgg.

OT - What are you doing right now?

1236223632365236723682416

Comments

  • TEXASBGE2018TEXASBGE2018 Posts: 3,413
    edited November 2021
    Edit: not too bad. Definitely a mellowed out ghost pepper flavor. I'd put the heat 1 knotch above a real habanero.

    Anybody tried these? Wondering what I'm in for?



    Rockwall, Tx    LBGE, Minimax, 22" Blackstone, Pizza Party Bollore. Cast Iron Hoarder.

  • CanuggheadCanugghead Posts: 8,736
    Anybody tried these? Wondering what I'm in for?


    The "Feast" is on the way in, the "Fury" on the way out.

    Do you have a bidet, by any chance?
    Two bidets here, I suppose I can reserve one for inlet and one for outlet  =)
    canuckland
  • CPFC1905 said:
    What am I doing right now?  I am reflecting on quite a day.
    I have never mowed the lawn at almost freezing point nor mowed the lawn with the Christmas tree up and lit.
    Then I laughed in the face of snow to fire up the Egg (twice in two nights!) and I got close to Pittsburgh style rib-eye.  Lovely char to a medium rare courtesy of the temp gauge all the way around and the CI plancha doing it's thing.

    Beautiful story and cook, Ed, but this first pic does have me wondering if in the UK roofers are as scarce as dentists?
    "A generation of the unteachable is hanging upon us like a necklace of corpses." - George Orwell 

    "I've made a note never to piss you two off." - Stike

    Ruining the forum, one post at a time.  

    Living large in the 919
  • Ozzie_IsaacOzzie_Isaac Posts: 12,864
    CPFC1905 said:
    What am I doing right now?  I am reflecting on quite a day.
    I have never mowed the lawn at almost freezing point nor mowed the lawn with the Christmas tree up and lit.
    Then I laughed in the face of snow to fire up the Egg (twice in two nights!) and I got close to Pittsburgh style rib-eye.  Lovely char to a medium rare courtesy of the temp gauge all the way around and the CI plancha doing it's thing.

    Beautiful story and cook, Ed, but this first pic does have me wondering if in the UK roofers are as scarce as dentists?
    I imagine all the chimney sweeps would grow up to be roofers.
    If it is worth doing, it is worth overdoing.

    Some Eggs, some Weber stuff, the occasional Traeger, and various other things that make flames and hold coals.
  • CPFC1905CPFC1905 Posts: 1,323
    CPFC1905 said:
    What am I doing right now?  I am reflecting on quite a day.
    I have never mowed the lawn at almost freezing point nor mowed the lawn with the Christmas tree up and lit.
    Then I laughed in the face of snow to fire up the Egg (twice in two nights!) and I got close to Pittsburgh style rib-eye.  Lovely char to a medium rare courtesy of the temp gauge all the way around and the CI plancha doing it's thing.

    Beautiful story and cook, Ed, but this first pic does have me wondering if in the UK roofers are as scarce as dentists?
    Your jealousy of our history has betrayed you again 😁
    Given your interest here’s the story of the roof; https://www.hgmatthews.com/roof-tiles/
    the clay came form the field opposite and the kiln is two fields away. 
    Your welcome. 
    Other girls may try to take me away 
    But you know, it's by your side I will stay
  • CPFC1905 said:
    CPFC1905 said:
    What am I doing right now?  I am reflecting on quite a day.
    I have never mowed the lawn at almost freezing point nor mowed the lawn with the Christmas tree up and lit.
    Then I laughed in the face of snow to fire up the Egg (twice in two nights!) and I got close to Pittsburgh style rib-eye.  Lovely char to a medium rare courtesy of the temp gauge all the way around and the CI plancha doing it's thing.

    Beautiful story and cook, Ed, but this first pic does have me wondering if in the UK roofers are as scarce as dentists?
    Your jealousy of our history has betrayed you again 😁
    Given your interest here’s the story of the roof; https://www.hgmatthews.com/roof-tiles/
    the clay came form the field opposite and the kiln is two fields away. 
    Your welcome. 
    So your explanation is that you actually PAID for your roof to look like sh!t?  ;)

    My friends if any of you had any questions about what happens to people living under a monarchy, look no further.  
    "A generation of the unteachable is hanging upon us like a necklace of corpses." - George Orwell 

    "I've made a note never to piss you two off." - Stike

    Ruining the forum, one post at a time.  

    Living large in the 919
  • EoinEoin Posts: 4,120
    CPFC1905 said:
    What am I doing right now?  I am reflecting on quite a day.
    I have never mowed the lawn at almost freezing point nor mowed the lawn with the Christmas tree up and lit.
    Then I laughed in the face of snow to fire up the Egg (twice in two nights!) and I got close to Pittsburgh style rib-eye.  Lovely char to a medium rare courtesy of the temp gauge all the way around and the CI plancha doing it's thing.

    Beautiful story and cook, Ed, but this first pic does have me wondering if in the UK roofers are as scarce as dentists?
    It's called character.
  • nolaeggheadnolaegghead Posts: 39,083
    I, for one, like it.  But then again, I have bad teeth.
    ______________________________________________
    The further a society drifts from the truth the more it will hate those that speak it.
    Free speech is my right to say what you don't want to hear.  --George Orwell
    Cancel culture is bad, m'kay!....cancel NOLA because he is mean to me! --Bob B !!!
    Oh yeah?! Well you're a (duuhhh durp) HIPPY CHIC (sic) --Lit


  • EoinEoin Posts: 4,120
    CPFC1905 said:
    What am I doing right now?  I am reflecting on quite a day.
    I have never mowed the lawn at almost freezing point nor mowed the lawn with the Christmas tree up and lit.
    Then I laughed in the face of snow to fire up the Egg (twice in two nights!) and I got close to Pittsburgh style rib-eye.  Lovely char to a medium rare courtesy of the temp gauge all the way around and the CI plancha doing it's thing.


    Keeping the grass cut over winter stops it from getting tussocks that take a load of effort to get back during spring. There aren't many months where the grass doesn't grow now, this weekend's cold snap is a bit of an anomaly. Keep cutting.
  • SGHSGH Posts: 28,308
    Sharpening knives and looking through the overalls and aprons. It’s getting close to hog killing time my friends. 

    Location- Just "this side" of Biloxi, Ms.

    Status- Standing by.

    The greatest barrier against all wisdom, the stronghold against knowledge itself, is the single thought, in ones mind, that they already have it all figured out. 

  • AcnAcn Posts: 3,839
    Acn said:
    Moving furniture so we can set up the tree.  And after the new year we can put SWMBO’s home office set up on the main floor, since it is looking less likely that we ever return to the office full time.
    Found a family of mice living in the tree box.  Went and bought a new tree.  SWMBO Jr will decorate tomorrow.  Only shatterproof ornaments this year, because of this little menace:

    LBGE

    Pikesville, MD

  • Foghorn said:
    Watching Die Hard - because it's a Christmas movie.
    I have never seen Die Hard in my 37 years on earth. Saying that out loud it seems odd that I haven't. Guess I need to finally watch it. 


    Rockwall, Tx    LBGE, Minimax, 22" Blackstone, Pizza Party Bollore. Cast Iron Hoarder.

  • ColbyLangColbyLang Posts: 1,738
    Reading about our local university’s head football coach leaving the Ragin Cajuns for the Florida Gators. God Speed Coach Napier, job well done. I hope he succeeds. He’s a good man. Big leap from the Sun Belt to the SEC
  • Foghorn said:
    Watching Die Hard - because it's a Christmas movie.
    I have never seen Die Hard in my 37 years on earth. Saying that out loud it seems odd that I haven't. Guess I need to finally watch it. 
    It’s a really good movie, all jokes aside.  I think it holds up pretty well.
    "A generation of the unteachable is hanging upon us like a necklace of corpses." - George Orwell 

    "I've made a note never to piss you two off." - Stike

    Ruining the forum, one post at a time.  

    Living large in the 919
  • CPFC1905CPFC1905 Posts: 1,323
    Eoin said:

    Keeping the grass cut over winter stops it from getting tussocks that take a load of effort to get back during spring. There aren't many months where the grass doesn't grow now, this weekend's cold snap is a bit of an anomaly. Keep cutting.
    I was told that all grass needs is ground temp over 4C, direct sunlight and wind across it. 
    And of course there was Arwen's gift of many many leaves to be scooped up in the process. 

    Other girls may try to take me away 
    But you know, it's by your side I will stay
  • Ozzie_IsaacOzzie_Isaac Posts: 12,864
    edited November 2021
    CPFC1905 said:
    Eoin said:

    Keeping the grass cut over winter stops it from getting tussocks that take a load of effort to get back during spring. There aren't many months where the grass doesn't grow now, this weekend's cold snap is a bit of an anomaly. Keep cutting.
    I was told that all grass needs is ground temp over 4C, direct sunlight and wind across it. 
    And of course there was Arwen's gift of many many leaves to be scooped up in the process. 

    tus·sock
    /ˈtəsək/

    noun
    1.
    a small area of grass that is thicker or longer than the grass growing around it.

    2.
    a woodland moth whose adults and brightly colored caterpillars both bear tufts of irritant hairs. The caterpillars can be a pest of trees, damaging fruit and stripping leaves.
    If it is worth doing, it is worth overdoing.

    Some Eggs, some Weber stuff, the occasional Traeger, and various other things that make flames and hold coals.
  • EoinEoin Posts: 4,120
    CPFC1905 said:
    Eoin said:

    Keeping the grass cut over winter stops it from getting tussocks that take a load of effort to get back during spring. There aren't many months where the grass doesn't grow now, this weekend's cold snap is a bit of an anomaly. Keep cutting.
    I was told that all grass needs is ground temp over 4C, direct sunlight and wind across it. 
    And of course there was Arwen's gift of many many leaves to be scooped up in the process. 

    tus·sock
    /ˈtəsək/

    noun
    1.
    a small area of grass that is thicker or longer than the grass growing around it.

    2.
    a woodland moth whose adults and brightly colored caterpillars both bear tufts of irritant hairs. The caterpillars can be a pest of trees, damaging fruit and stripping leaves.
    New word for you?
  • Ozzie_IsaacOzzie_Isaac Posts: 12,864
    Eoin said:
    CPFC1905 said:
    Eoin said:

    Keeping the grass cut over winter stops it from getting tussocks that take a load of effort to get back during spring. There aren't many months where the grass doesn't grow now, this weekend's cold snap is a bit of an anomaly. Keep cutting.
    I was told that all grass needs is ground temp over 4C, direct sunlight and wind across it. 
    And of course there was Arwen's gift of many many leaves to be scooped up in the process. 

    tus·sock
    /ˈtəsək/

    noun
    1.
    a small area of grass that is thicker or longer than the grass growing around it.

    2.
    a woodland moth whose adults and brightly colored caterpillars both bear tufts of irritant hairs. The caterpillars can be a pest of trees, damaging fruit and stripping leaves.
    New word for you?
    Yes, it was a new word, and it made my day.
    If it is worth doing, it is worth overdoing.

    Some Eggs, some Weber stuff, the occasional Traeger, and various other things that make flames and hold coals.
  • lousubcaplousubcap Posts: 24,987
    Same here.  Learn something new here every day.  
    Louisville; "indeterminate Jim" here.  Rolling smoke in the neighbourhood. # 38 for the win.  Life is too short for light/lite beer!
  • BattlebornBattleborn Posts: 2,472
    This made me chuckle, especially after having court this morning. 


    Las Vegas, NV


  • Reading up on the college coaching carousel, crazy money being thrown around and big names leaving big jobs.  

  • I hope lsu doesn’t give Kelly 15 mil/year as the rumors suggest. 
    Snellville, GA


  • ColbyLangColbyLang Posts: 1,738
    Local rumor mill has it at 10 a year for 10 years….still absurd 
  • EoinEoin Posts: 4,120
    In a taxi heading for Modena for a dealer meeting with my biggest supplier.
  • EoinEoin Posts: 4,120
    In a taxi heading for Modena for a dealer meeting with my biggest supplier.
  • lousubcaplousubcap Posts: 24,987
    edited November 2021
    @Eoin - while there, swing by the Maserati factory.  
    Edit: grab some olive oil as well.  
    Louisville; "indeterminate Jim" here.  Rolling smoke in the neighbourhood. # 38 for the win.  Life is too short for light/lite beer!
Sign In or Register to comment.
Click here for Forum Use Guidelines.