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  • Re: A simple cook in memory of a swell young guy...

    So sorry to hear this, may Archit rest in peace. Been wanting to make our own buns but never gotten around to it.
  • Re: Thinking about selling my XL BGE

    I would sell the large.  
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    totally agree. 
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  • Re: Thinking about selling my XL BGE

    IMO keep the XL.

    I have a L and an XL.  If I'm allowed to keep one it'd be the XL ... it's a rib machine; doesn't use significantly more lump than L; you can do kettle style indirect in it ... lump in reducer ring in the middle with wings, legs, whatever in circle around the fire, nice infrared heat from the lump without the platesetter; or lump outside the ring with roast/chicken/whatever in the middle surrounded by fire.  For quick cooks (burger, steaks, sausages) I use a smaller grid that sits on the ring just 1-2 inches above the lump, less lump and more direct heat than L or XL stock grid sitting on fire ring. If you have a Large AR it still fits on the XL. Think I better stop but hope you get the idea  ;)
  • Re: Three Chicks At The Same Time

    where was my invitation  =)

  • Re: Loose snuffer cap

    Chubbs said:
    Gasket material around your top chimney. When you set it in it will be tight
    What Chubbs says. Primo does not come with a rain/snuffer cap, they wrap some gasket material around the chimney. If you do wrap the chimney, make sure your DFMT still fits, on my MBGE the rain cap is a little larger than the DFMT. 
    exactly, hence I applied wrap inside the ceramic cap and not outside the chimney, so the exact-fit DFMT still fits.
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