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  • JM3,[p]I read some posts about 5 hour brisket earlier this week. I always cook mine low and slow till internal temp is 180 to 190. I cover with mustard and dry rub this make a crust on the brisket tastes great. When you slice your brisket cut acros…
  • Chrispy Bob, How do you make this tart? e-mail me if you have the time thanks.
  • espnga, I made my dough in a bread machine enough for 2 12 inch pizza. But the pizza were thick crust about 1/2 inch my wife likes thin very thin like cracker crust almost. The crust tasted good just to thick for her taste.
  • TIPC1, I don't try for grill marks. I cook salmon skin side to the grill raised grill at 400 for 10 min and then shut vents cook for 10 min more fish tastes great and skin peels off no problem. Ceder plank is also a great way to cook salmon. Make …
  • beereggs, I would make spatchcock chicken or burgers both are easy and taste great.
  • StubbyQ, Thanks for the information and help. From my reading I did know about the dome temp preheat I just like to try things new things only after I investigate all the how to facts. Knowledge is power and knowledge comes from research and quest…
  • Pakak, Does your crust finish before the topping or the topping before the crust. How long do you cook your pizza.
    in Pizza Comment by Roundman June 2004
  • Chef Wil, Thanks for the help.
  • Chef Wil,[p]What temp and for how long, spatchcock sounds good. I love my chicken cooked that way. Do you just cook it till the temp get to 170 degrees in breast?
  • Brickman,[p]I would say get a large egg. I cook on mine almost everyday, my wife and I enjoy the large egg because it is very flexible you can cook small amounts of food or large amounts. I don't think the charcoal is an issue the amount of charco…
  • Char-Woody, I have it setting on my porch on the three feet that came with the egg.
  • Chet, I trim the fat off mine and it is not dry it is very tender. I also try for internal temp of 190 Plus a few degrees. I cooked a six or seven pound brisket last night and it took 10 hours turned out great.[p]Roundman
  • Lord Beasley,[p]How lond does it normally take to establish a stable burn or temp.
    in temp Comment by Roundman May 2004
  • Ron Skelton,[p]I just purchased my large BGE this week also. I grilled burgers the first time I used it with out any idea of how to use the egg and the burgers were great. I only flip once, egg temp 350 I used hickory wood chunks for my smoke. I …
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