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  • Re: Chunks vs. Chips

    Next time you run your BGE for low&slow look at the burn pattern at the end of the cook.  Depending on where you light it (I initially light slightly forward of center) the pattern should initially tend down and toward the back roughly center of the lump load then move on from there.  Concentrate your chips or chunks in that area for the best chance of fire interaction.  FWIW-
  • Re: Meatloaf 2 Times

    That diamond plate to rescue- great presentation and pics.  I would inhale both of the above.  Most eggcellent, as always.  
  • Re: First Try At Pork Belly Burnt Ends for Fathers Day

    Looks great from here.  I tried that recipe a few weeks ago and came to the same conclusion.  Next time I will make the initial cubes smaller and see how that turns out.  
  • Re: Brisket..... How I do it.

    @bgebrent -  you have plenty of time to call an audible.  You can advance the process by several orders of magnitude with that cook.  Go forth and do great things.  =)
  • Re: Daddy's day dinner by Norah Grace

    Another home-run right there.  Keep fueling the fire and you will continue to be justly rewarded.  What a great way to celebrate.  A natural for sure.  
    Congrats again.  
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