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Great Timing...

bdavidsonbdavidson Posts: 411
edited 7:07AM in EggHead Forum
I posted a comment yesterday that I had never seen my egg sweat...well so much for my timing.
Last night I stoked the egg and got her going for my London Broil adventure. When the dome temperature reached 600, it started sweating! Couldn't believe it![p]The London Broil, incidentally, was eggcellent. It was about 2.5 inches thick, so it took some time to cook, but once I took it off Mr. Dumpty, the taste was worth the wait. The marinade I used was the one listed in (excuse me for this) the BGE cookbook. It was great.


  • BrantBrant Posts: 82
    bdavidson,[p]See, you forgot to knock on wood. That's what we get for having cheap particle-board computer desks. Knocking on particle-board doesn't count, you know.[p]Brant
  • bdavidsonbdavidson Posts: 411
    I don't think my office contains any real wood, Brant...what do I do now?!

  • BrantBrant Posts: 82
    bdavidson,[p]That's what I'm trying to tell you; it's too late! Sorry.[p]I hear, given the subject matter here, that charcoal might have been acceptable, if you weren't already too late.[p]Brant
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