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  • Cornfed, thanks for that info as well if i'm not mistaken it was stated somewhere that you can't inject a spiral sliced ham due to loss of the injection by way of the slices maybe i'll attemp to heat it on a low temp as yo stated being cautoius not…
  • Richard Fl, Thanks for all the information i surely don't want to dry it out so i guess i'll just leave it in the fridge until wed. morning cover it and leave out until lunch that way it'll have time to get to room temp hopefully maybe i could make…
  • well the BUTT is off the egg it came off after 12hrs and the thermometer read 200° i wrapped it in foil & towels and it has been in the cooler since 0430 is that too long to be in there should i remove it now and put in the fridge??
    in BUTT Comment by Beast December 2007
  • Eggsessed, if you haven't already check here for some great tips and ideas [ul][li][/ul]
  • thirdeye, I just opened the vents up some and the temp is slowly climbing the dome is about 270° and the grid is about 246° so i'm going to hold it there and wait thanks for all you assistance
    in BUTT Comment by Beast December 2007
  • thirdeye, What would you reccomend that i take the temp up to? looking at the thermometer now the butt is at 151 and the grid is at 204 think i need to go and open the vents some also i have read posts that mention using COKE in pulled pork would y…
    in BUTT Comment by Beast December 2007
  • Sundown, Thanks.. i keep watching the temp holding steady so far it's nice not to have to run out to the grill every few mins to check on the temp.. now i can do it from the comfort of my egging is good
    in BUTT Comment by Beast December 2007
  • RustyEgg, Thanks for that info. should i put it in the fridge because it's not going to be eaten until tomorrow
    in BUTT Comment by Beast December 2007
  • Fidel, Thanks i'll try that and see how it goes
  • mb168, I wanted to try car Wash Mike's ribs as well and was under the impression that the 200-225 stated was for grid but i'll go with DOME instead i would like to eat ribs today and not tomorrow LOL thanks for clearing that up for me ohh you said …
  • eddiemac, Thanks for that valuable information i wonder would someone put together a temp conversion chart for those of us that have difficulties converting temps ohh well that may be another topic thanks again
  • Rick's Tropical Delight, How long do you cook it and at what temp the last one i did was a little over two hours and between 250 and 300 i think
  • Rick's Tropical Delight, Looks great hope mine is will be as nice as yours LOL ohh i accidently cut some of the skin away from the breast will that affect the breast in any way it appeared to be a big piece of fat so i cut it off ( live and learn i…
  • Rick's Tropical Delight, Thanks for all the great info i'm going to do the injection now that way it can marinate over night and i'll cook tomorrow
  • Rick's Tropical Delight, Is injection a good idea on this one or should i opt out on it???
  • TampaQ, It took mine a little over two hours to cook i didn't use any wood but i'll use apple on the next one that i will do either wednesday or thursday of next week
  • TampaQ, Here is how i did mine a few days back:[p]3-9 lbs turkey breast, thawed [p]1/4 cup parsley, coarsly chopped [p]2 tablespoons chopped mixed fresh herbs, such as thyme,oregano and morjoram [p]2 tablespoons grated parmesan cheese [p]1 tea…
  • TheNotoriousROB, I just did a 5LB turkey breast yesterday that took a little over 2 hours each cook is different it was very moist also here is how i did mine 3-9 lbs turkey breast, thawed [p]1/4 cup parsley, coarsly chopped [p]2 tablespoons ch…
  • tach18k, Thanks for that info but i'm puzzled now because i have read several posts stating that pull Turkey breast at different temps and they are 1. 180 deg. 2. 175 deg. 3. 168 deg. 4. 160 deg. can someone please advise as to which is the correct…
  • Richard Fl, Thanks i give it a try this is my 1st attemp at doing a turkey breast getting ready for thanksgiving
  • mad max beyond eggdome, I had wanted to try one today also but the wife was so amazed by the ribs that i cooked yesterday that she wanted more of them today as we speak more ribs are on the egg now but i still may give you a call or ask questions h…
  • Buster Dog BBQ, Thanks, they are on now and i put water in the drip pan is that ok as well if not i have time to remove it i'm looking at somewhere around 5:00-5:30 till done that way i have time to run to the store to pick up some other things i n…
    in RIBS Comment by Beast November 2007
  • Car Wash Mike, They are pork spare ribs another question do i put the ribs in the V rack on top of the drip pan or do i put the drip pan on top of the plate setter and put the V rack on the grid itself i have the egg comming up to temp as we speak …
    in RIBS Comment by Beast November 2007
  • Richard Fl, thanks i'll give it a try and see how it goes
    in RIBS Comment by Beast November 2007
  • Richard Fl, Thanks for this recipe i'll give it a try and i'll let you know how it went
    in CornBread Comment by Beast October 2007
  • DynaGreaseball,[p]I can understand your pain I too was in your shadows and felt despair I had signed up on the website to attend but hadn’t paid was waiting for payday to arrive so the payday came and went and I said I’ll just do it Monday so after …
  • vidalia1, Thanks forthe information it came out pretty good for a 1st time attempt i also did a 16" pizza tonight man was it great only if i has a 16" pizza stone the BGE stone isn't that big but i made due with what i had had a house full of happy…
    in Pig Candy Comment by Beast October 2007
  • 1shot, Thanks i'll let you all know how it turned out this is my 1st try at this
    in Pig Candy Comment by Beast October 2007
  • BBQsmoker, it states: Registration for the Meet and Greet will be $15.00 per person or $25.00 per couple and registration is required. The registration fee is waived for those cooking on Saturday, but they must be registered to attend.[p]Registrati…
  • Jeeves, I tried to register but when i clicked on the link nothing happened it just took me to the site i was only able to view the video but not register
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