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I put my daisy wheel on top of the hot coals often, with poor results. But, it is at the end of the cook and I have the ceramic top on to smother the fire. I'd hate to waste coal every cook just to keep the daisy wheel clean.
I wonder if putting…
Wht was your dough recipe?
Just a basic thin crust recipe:
2 1/4 cups all purpose or bread flour
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 tsp instant yeast
3 TBS olive oil
3/4 cup luke warm water
Cover with cheese cloth (I just use a cl…
Wow! Its 4:29 AM (insomnia) and I want a slice. How do you make pork burnt ends?
I used boneless butts instead of pork cushion meat this time. Better than pulled pork IM…
Smoked indirect at 300-325 for about 1.5 hours or so until they hit 160 degrees.
I kept a foil pan on top of my placesetter and underneath the balls so I didn't have a bunch of grease dropping.
Originally, I was going to put my sauce in thes…
Well...not so bad.
Lots of Zucchini
Whole Wheat Flour
A little Rub
Pam sprayed on
What's the "Unhealthy" ingredient?
Now, considering I ate half a rack of ribs ALONG with the Zucchini....
I do it with butts and brisket all the time......no problem or me
It works but I inject my butts. They leaked so much juice that it came out through the lower vent and all over the.patio.
Not sure what you are referring to? Using a pizza pan ins…
3.5 hrs SEEMS like a long time, though I used to do that on the old Brinkman but only with leg quarters. Curious if you took internal temperatures at all? Or this was just a time thing. The primary thing I've learned on the BGE site, besides how to …
I've always wondered....what would happen if you tried an indirect cook with only your pizza pan?
No placesetter. No Pizza Stone.
After all, all we are trying to do is separate the flames from the food.
Have we all been so…
....But why would you WANT to sell it?
Brother John, R2Egger posted a pic showing that the wok could sit on top of the reducer, but it would only leave enough room for about an inch of coals....so that will not work.
I need the spider also.
i never use a drip pan, but i do cover the platesetter in foil, kind of a homemade tray, and throw it away.
I'm too lazy. It will burn off on my first hot cook. Haven't had any complaints about the food.
Just did them indirect on the grate using the placesetter.
No drip pan...although my placesetter continues to accumulate grease.
Frankly, for this many birds, I'm kidding myself with using a drip pan unless I get one
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