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Old 06-01-2016, 05:42 PM   #1
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Well I decided to give the new egg a whirl today. I like it ! I cooked some corn ,potatoes, and some bone in ribeyes on it today and everything turned out awesome. Thinking about trying my hand at pizza next time. Well I can't get the pictures to load, I'll try on tapatalk in minute.
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They got organic charcoal these days? smh
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And they're proud of it too. I found out that you don't use regular charcoal in these things. But I guess that I'm ok with that, as long as I get results like I did today.
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Looks great Grouper! I imagine your gonna put TnH in tears with that great looking cooker! Hahah
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Old 06-02-2016, 12:41 AM   #7
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Royal Oak is what to use and its cheap.. Works good also.!
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Love mine. Keep on after it! Try corn bread in a cast iron skillet.
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Try working harder or finding a better job. Asshole comment.
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Next time, crank the egg up (direct heat/no plate setter) to about 650 then throw them steaks on there!!! About 1.5 minutes each side and you are good to go!!!
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