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First Kick at the EGG

figgiefiggie Posts: 15
edited 8:15PM in EggHead Forum
Well she arrived this morning at about 10:00. I got ¾ ways through the DVD and couldn’t take it any more, I had to fire this puppy up. Started out with a turkey pastrami recipe I have been using for years what a difference slow cooking with smoke, turned out pretty nice and will be awesome the next time I do it. Then did some turkey drum sticks , nice and juicy. I have so much to learn it’s going to be fun getting to master this. I think next week will be ribs can’t wait to get good at doing them. By the way ,yes that’s snow in my yard I’m a Canadian Egger but for some reason I can’t store that in my profile.

Figgie


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Comments

  • AZRPAZRP Posts: 10,116
    Very nice! Welcome to the Egg world, you can get any question answered here. -RP
  • Beanie-BeanBeanie-Bean Posts: 3,092
    Welcome to the EggNation, Figgie! Nice job on the food, and nice table you have there.
  • ChubbyChubby Posts: 2,956
    Welcome!!

    Sizing your pics @ 800x600 will ensure that more folks can veiw them.

    FYI!

    Evans
    I spent most of my money on good bourbon, and bad women...the rest, I just wasted!!
  • BamaFanBamaFan Posts: 658
    As a recent newbie, Welcome. These guys here are great. They will help you in anyway they can. Don't be afraid to ask....I haven't !
  • usc1321usc1321 Posts: 627
    Welcome to life with an Egg. It one of the best things you could ever buy..if not the best. This forume helps out for any questions..I still can't believe the amount of knowledge. You table looks great.
  • JLOCKHART29JLOCKHART29 Posts: 5,897
    Sure they look great but sized to big for me to see. The fact you couldn't make it threw the cd says that you will fit in hear just fine! B)
  • ChefRDChefRD Posts: 438
    Welcome to the club, I'm sure you will love it. Since no one else asked you, I will. :)
    What did you do to the turkey legs?? They look great and if you don't mind, would you share the recipe with us?
    Thanks and many happy cooks to you,
    Ron.
  • figgiefiggie Posts: 15
    The drums were so simple I'm ashamed, I bought Steve Raichlen "Pastrami on the grill" spice mix , coated the legs by shaking them in a plastic bag and lat them sit over night. Had them in the Egg for about two hrs @ 250. I will do it again but won't be so honest with any dinner guests, I just can't tell a lie on this great forum.

    Figgie
  • axproaxpro Posts: 50
    Welcome to another Canuck Egger!!!!

    Still lots of snow in my Backyard too... But have been loving the egg! even when i had to shovel it out!
  • Figgie,

    Welcome from another snowbound citizen of Eggdom! Your table looks great! What did you build it out of?
  • ChefRDChefRD Posts: 438
    :)
    I'll keep your secret! :) Hey, if its good and it works AND simple, I love it ! Thanks for sharing and I will look for it around here. But living in the snow belt (MI) we often resort to the internet or our travels to find the good stuff.
    Thanks,
    Ron.
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