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  • is your setup the same on the mini as it is with the large? my setup for pizza on the large is my legs down p-setter, 3 copper elbows on top of the p-setter with the pizza stone on top of those 3 copper elbows. i do that for more even heat disper…
  • sorry to steal your thunder beli, just thought i would add to your wonderful post. this is a from a post earlier this year. it includes a recipe that i used to make the pibil and it turned out wonderful. you may also try this link for addition…
  • my wife used to make the brown gravy, which i like. i'm not familiar with the "red-eye". would be interested in knowing more about it though. of particular interest would be the secret to good biscuits. i attempted this once before, the biscuits …
  • i saw Rusty Rooster's Stuffed Mushrooms but didn't see the giscuits and gravy. what should i be looking for?
  • please let me know how your cook finished. are you using the same recipe as the one featured on the dvd?
  • you don't specify whether you are looking for a commercial blend or for recipes to concoct your own and for what purpose (fish, chicken, pork...) commercially prepared: i have tried and like the dizzy pig brand…
  • i'm an egger but not in maui now. i have vistited there several times. if you can check out lahaina grill in downtown lahaina. i love their tequila shrimp with firecracker rice. also a must is merriman's in kapalua. definitely try peter merriman's w…
  • thanks for your input.
  • INGREDIENTS: Maple-Bourbon Paste (recipe follows) 10-12 Lbs. Cooked, ready to eat ham (bone-in Butt or Shank section) 1/2-1 cup Maple Syrup Cherry and Apple Chunks Maple-Bourbon Paste 2 Tbs Pure Maple Syrup 2 Tbs Freshly ground Black Pepper …
  • first off what exactly do you mean when you write "My "primary drive" cannot be found."? does your pc not boot into windows? do you get error messages? did you check your bios? it's clear that there are issues going on. but it may not be doom and gl…
  • try using wordpad for the quick copy and paste. wordpad opens faster and is great for saving text. if you want the robust features of a word processor to edit your file then simply open the saved wordpad file in your favorite word processor.
  • hey bill you either have two mini's or have an extra ci grate on your hands. how's about trading one with me. in exchange, i will gladly send you my former wife.
  • thanks for your help
  • i was thinkin you meant after a few shots of tequilla and a beer-back or two no one would notice the bark. ha-ha. thanks for clarifyin that.
  • i agree with you. morro bay is my recipe of choice for the tritip also.
  • i sear mine on my mini then transfer to my large with 350 dome temp. i suppose you don't have the mini, so you sound good to go on the ir gasser. i like to take the tritip of at 125 and wrap in double foil and allow to rest for 30 minutes. this u…
  • thanks fishless. sounds like you be talkin' carp and catfish; neither of which i find myself likin even with tons of butter. that being said, time to make some real wings... pepper chicken wings with a garlic butter sauce.
  • ooops... glad i asked. i was thinking chicken wings.
  • just wondering.
  • presuming that you mean the internal temp... i would say it's time to party! usually i take my butts off when internal hits 195, then double wrap in foil and place in the cooler for an hour rest.
  • my favs are the pecan, the hickory, the apple, and mohave garlic pepper. the mojave garlic pepper makes some really great chicken wings. make a simple butter sauce mix in some of the mojave garlic pepper rub and then toss in the cooked wings. rea…
  • over the last few weeks i have seen two posts on this forum about smalls for sale. if i recall correctly, both were for sale at or near the $225 range. i do believe both sold, but i can't confirm a selling price. hope this helps.
  • i absolutely knew you would jump in on this post bill. you're the best on the mini.
    in Mini BGE Comment by citychicken May 2008
  • i am also having the same challenge in firefox 2 at the site. i can change the font size for the main forum page. however, when i open any post / thread the font size is as grandpa states. lasix helps, so not too big of an issue …
  • just some burger notes that i have collected from this site and others. don't use the electric grill burgers are great when cooked longer at lower temps. ..i like to do mine at around 300 degrees on a raised grid (if you don't have one no big …
  • the butt would be a pain in the ars to do on the mini. i have a mini. i love it, and have done all types of cooks on it, including a small butt and spatchcocked cornish hens. to do a butt you would first have to fabricate the indirect setup (plat…
  • i like to cook the fish @ 400 - 450 F dome with an indirect setup - platesetter in place. when the egg reaches temp, if you have a cedar plank, place the dry plank in the egg. the idea is to get the plank slightly charred where it will begin to smok…
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