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  • I just got mine in the mail today.  I had never heard of them until about two weeks ago but everyone seems to love them.  I ordered one of everything in the shaker including a salt free raging river.  I am very excited to try them all out. 
  • Since you say your new to the cooking experience I must ask you if you remembered to remove the membrane from the backside?  I have done ribs at 230 for 3 hours with meat side down.  I then pull them off and throw them in some heavy duty foil with a…
  • I have found rocks in my Cowboy brand before thats sold at Ace Hardware.  I then switched to The Good One and have had nothing but success.  I just opened my third bag and have not found a rock or other debris yet.  I can also control the temp. a lo…
  • I was in your situation about a year ago.  Everyone I talked with said get the XL.  Everyone said if you entertain at all or have a family then you will need the most cooking space you can.  It's a chuck of change to swallow for the XL but I am happ…
  • Please post what you decide.  My anniversary was last week and we have not been able to celebrate but I plan on cooking something.
  • I cooked mine when I did some steaks last year at 700 degrees.  I bought a high heat gasket that is rated for 1000 degrees if I remember correctly.  I have not put it on yet so I have no information on how well it works.  I think even the cooked gas…
  • I have done ribs a few times and this has never failed me.  First off make sure you remove the membrane on the back of the ribs.  A dry paper towel will help you grip this to remove it and then add your favorite dry rub liberally.  Set your EGG up f…
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