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cooking in the wind

BearFanBearFan Posts: 28
edited 2:25PM in EggHead Forum
The "Windy City" is sure living up to that moniker today.[p]I've got some jerky working outside and the egg just holds[p]at 180* like I can't believe. Wow.....

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  • PainterPainter Posts: 464
    BearFan, I'll be out in this stiff breeze (35 mile gusts) myself today doing a cordon bleu concoction. Ceramic works well in these coditions. (20 miles N. of Madison Wi.) Good eating Painter

  • Carl TCarl T Posts: 179
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    <p />BearFan,[p]It's pretty windy here in St. Lou also. I have a half pork loin on the large. I set up this wind screen when it gets really windy. I probably don't need it, but maybe it helps.[p]Carl T

  • GfwGfw Posts: 1,598
    BearFan, The winds are still blowing strog in Peoria, so you'll have at least a few more hours - Jerky went on my BGE about 5 hours ago - Life is GOOD! :~}

  • Carl T,[p]I did shield the bottom vent a little bit too...[p]Maybe it helps.[p]Ed

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