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11-13-2012 11:42 AM
Snowren24 I have a BGE as well and I love it! I use it for just about everything. pork butt, ribs, turkey, chicken, burgers, steaks, brisket, fish, pizza, and even biscuits. I also cook chili on it, and I tried pasta once, but I wouldnt recommend that one

here it is last year on my second or third cook

05-18-2012 07:58 PM
fan of fanboys Really well. Have indirect cooker. Took about 6 hours. Pulled meat and out in sauce. Ended up with about 7 casserole dishes of quality meat.
05-18-2012 07:09 AM
daggo66 Wow, how did it turn out?
05-12-2012 10:25 AM
fan of fanboys Doing a 70lb pig tomorrow
04-11-2012 04:08 PM
Hulk you should of sent in the form from Heineken, they are giving them away in a sweep stake. i have a miller high life grille that i got from work. have yet to use it
04-11-2012 12:10 PM
fan of fanboys
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Originally Posted by daggo66

I would only consider that a partial success....

...because I wasn't there to eat any of it!
Come on down to SC and will make something happen. Bring those JD chips!
04-09-2012 07:24 PM
daggo66
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Originally Posted by fan of fanboys
Easter dinner was a success. 4 racks of beef ribs, 6.5lbs of chicken wings, and ABT chicken.
I would only consider that a partial success....
















...because I wasn't there to eat any of it!
04-09-2012 07:23 PM
daggo66
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Originally Posted by fan of fanboys

I will def invest in those JD chips.

I've heard good stuff about cowboy. My Egg game with a 20lb bag of their brand but at $27 a bag I won't be sticking with that. I've also heard Royal Oak is good quality. They make BGE's lump.

Most people don't even use lump, which to me is crazy.
Where are you buying it? My local Ace Hardware sells the large bags for $18.
04-09-2012 06:55 PM
fan of fanboys Easter dinner was a success. 4 racks of beef ribs, 6.5lbs of chicken wings, and ABT chicken.
03-30-2012 07:42 PM
fan of fanboys
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Originally Posted by daggo66

Yes it is. When you wet them down you can really smell it! I always use Cowboy Lump charcoal as well.
I will def invest in those JD chips.

I've heard good stuff about cowboy. My Egg game with a 20lb bag of their brand but at $27 a bag I won't be sticking with that. I've also heard Royal Oak is good quality. They make BGE's lump.

Most people don't even use lump, which to me is crazy.
03-30-2012 06:19 PM
daggo66
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Originally Posted by fan of fanboys View Post
Keep me posted on the cherry.
I'm currently using the default mesquite but I'd love to branch out and try diff ones.
I would imagine the Jack Daniels be good on beef.

Correct me if I'm wrong but I heard the Jack Daniels is made from the barrels right?
Yes it is. When you wet them down you can really smell it! I always use Cowboy Lump charcoal as well.
03-30-2012 04:45 PM
fan of fanboys I've started soaking the corn in water for couple hours then pulling back husk, removing silk, rubbing with butter and seasons, then pulling husk back on. Grill for 35-40 mins. Best corn I've ever had.
03-27-2012 10:05 AM
fan of fanboys I love the food pics. Always motivates me (and makes me hungry)
03-27-2012 09:14 AM
the Kolector My father in law smokes ribs and brisket and they come out great every time. Word of caution, smoking a Corned Beef Brisket is NOT a good idea. At least not to eat.
03-27-2012 08:45 AM
Wordgie

My favorite food pic. Brisket my dad helped me with. I've never done one and it's always intimidated me but with his superior guidance it turned out great.

My other favorite pic. Brisket Ruben made the next day.

03-27-2012 08:40 AM
Wordgie From what I heard, cherry is pretty harsh smoke. Apple is very mellow and I love it on poultry and pork. Pear is very similar.
03-26-2012 05:40 PM
fan of fanboys
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Originally Posted by daggo66

I have tried many types, but I prefer Jack Daniels chips for pork. Apple and maple have been very good with turkey. I thought the mesquite was good on turkey, but the rest of the family didn't like it. I have some cherry to try next.
Keep me posted on the cherry.
I'm currently using the default mesquite but I'd love to branch out and try diff ones.
I would imagine the Jack Daniels be good on beef.

Correct me if I'm wrong but I heard the Jack Daniels is made from the barrels right?
03-26-2012 02:31 PM
daggo66
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Originally Posted by fan of fanboys View Post
I can't wait to smoke on it. That's one reason I bought. A perfect smoker. Turkey season is April 1. Hoping to kill one to smoke a wild turkey.

What type of wood chips did you use with your ham?
I have tried many types, but I prefer Jack Daniels chips for pork. Apple and maple have been very good with turkey. I thought the mesquite was good on turkey, but the rest of the family didn't like it. I have some cherry to try next.
03-26-2012 01:45 PM
denisbaldwin
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Originally Posted by crafty View Post
My most requested grilled item. Peeled uncooked shrimp, sprinkle with Old Bay seafood seasoning and garlic powder--flip and repeat
I'm gonna have to make you and Nick some delicious smoked food soon!
03-26-2012 12:47 PM
denisbaldwin Before I had it stolen out of my hard, this was my rig:




Now I use this one (new doors pending):

03-26-2012 11:40 AM
Tjdude08
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Originally Posted by fan of fanboys
Any hard core grillers here? I bought a Big Green Egg today. Immediately threw some chicken on, hope to do a roast soon. Anyone own one? I am open to tips!
My uncle sells those at his pool store. I absolutely love when he cooks on them. They, I think, are the nest smoker out there
03-26-2012 07:31 AM
fan of fanboys I made some awesome steaks. Let marinade in this west indies stuff. Got the Egg up to 725 or so. 90 seconds on each side, then 90 seconds again on first side with everything closed. Perfect medium rare.
03-22-2012 01:25 PM
fan of fanboys
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Originally Posted by daggo66
I cook on the grill al the time but I love my smoker. I just did a fresh ham this weekend and it was fantastic.
I can't wait to smoke on it. That's one reason I bought. A perfect smoker. Turkey season is April 1. Hoping to kill one to smoke a wild turkey.

What type of wood chips did you use with your ham?
03-22-2012 01:15 PM
daggo66 I cook on the grill al the time but I love my smoker. I just did a fresh ham this weekend and it was fantastic.
03-22-2012 11:46 AM
USMC0802 You can pick up a pack of cedar slabs for a couple bucks at a home depot or a lowe's, then just soak them in water, lay the salmon steaks on top, and let them grill, depending on how hot you're cooking, you may have to add more water after they're been on there a bit, the wood will start to char, that's what you're looking for.
03-22-2012 08:38 AM
fan of fanboys
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Originally Posted by USMC0802
Or you could put some salmon steaks on slabs of cedar and grill them with some lemon and pepper, with some grilled asparagus on the side. That is good stuff
I don't own a wood slab but I've been looking at buying one. Is cedar the way to go? I hear that's the best way to cook fish or seafood.

For your asparagus try taking a handful and wrapping with bacon then sprinkle some parmesan cheese on it then grill. (I wrap almost everything in bacon ha. Did bacon wrapped artichoke hearts few weeks ago)
03-22-2012 07:15 AM
USMC0802 Or you could put some salmon steaks on slabs of cedar and grill them with some lemon and pepper, with some grilled asparagus on the side. That is good stuff
03-22-2012 06:44 AM
fan of fanboys
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Originally Posted by crafty

Where do you think I moved from
Ha all starting to make sense now
03-22-2012 12:28 AM
crafty
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Originally Posted by fan of fanboys View Post
Someone made that for me when I was in Maryland. You're right, it's awesome.
Where do you think I moved from
03-22-2012 12:25 AM
fan of fanboys
Quote:
Originally Posted by crafty
My most requested grilled item. Peeled uncooked shrimp, sprinkle with Old Bay seafood seasoning and garlic powder--flip and repeat
Someone made that for me when I was in Maryland. You're right, it's awesome.
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