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Another egg cooling question

dblRdblR Posts: 75
edited 2:43PM in EggHead Forum
Thanks for previous answers. It just seems to take a long time for my large to drop temp and cool down. What should the time and temp drop ratio be? Does having a partially seared gasket have anything to do with things? I read that it should only take 20-30 minutes for Large to cool down. It takes hours for my Large to cool down. My XL takes quite awhile also.[p]Thanks for your advice on this matter. I am also hooked on BGE and the forum. I lurk alot and the knowledge passed on is invaluable. Pizzas, spatchcock chicken,butts are great. Ray's cookbook is great! My crown roast eggventure was eggceptional for Christmas dinner![p]Ralph


  • stikestike Posts: 15,597
    it takes a few hours to go from a high sear to stone cold.
    the ceramic holds heat incredibly well.[p]if you still have unburned lump when you open the egg, then your seal is fine.

    ed egli avea del cul fatto trombetta -Dante
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