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  • Be careful if you remove the fire ring and put a cooking grid on top of the fire box.  I personally know of two people that have broken their base when their cast iron fire grate expanded.  That is modifying the grill and BGE will not cover this dam…
  • I add a second full fire ring when cooking Spatchcock chicken and will use it when cooking a big batch of wings.  It lets you get the wings nice and crispy.
    in Fire ring Comment by Chezbob June 2013
  • Watch the assembly video on the BGE website.  It is no longer  correct to push the bands all the way down on the grill.  That is what's causing the issue with your hinge.  You need to move the bottom band up toward the gasket on the base.
  • I understand this is good charcoal.  But does it make sense to buy charcoal from Brazil?  Seems like there quite a few good options without having it transported so far.  Just like sourcing your food locally, you should seek out charcoal that comes …
  • New users should use their plate setters with the feet pointing up.  They usually burn up their gaskets when using the plate setter with the feet down.  After gaining more experience you can flip the plate setter over and get your pizza higher into …
  • A trick to keep your turkey breast moist is to ice it before going on the grill.  Fill a gallon bag with ice cubes and place it on the turkey breast for at least 45 minutes.  This will buy you some more time for the dark meat to get done without dry…
  • Really, that's your take away from Eggtoberfest?  You know the Dizzy Pig folks put on their own event.  Maybe you should go to Virginia for that.  I thought this forum was supposed to be about exchanging cooking tips and recipes.  Instead all I see …
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