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Old 08-03-2011   #21
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Are we gonna see this "egg" at the tailgate Katie?
You will see the results of it for sure. Brisket and pulled pork can sit overnight on it and will be easy to bring already smoked and just ready to serve.
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This is not a gas grill, but heats up fast, so can be used like a grill or a smoker. I bought my husband one for father's day and it is awesome.

The Big Green Egg. http://www.biggreenegg.com/



If you live in Houston, go to Bering's Hardware and check them out.
I.

Need.

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Grill.

I went to a friends house a while back who had one and it was amazing.

Wife already knows that one of these will be purchased upon our return to the land of the big PX.
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I.

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I went to a friends house a while back who had one and it was amazing.

Wife already knows that one of these will be purchased upon our return to the land of the big PX.
Quick list of things we have done on this grill since Father's day that have totally beaten anything we have done in the past. In no particular order. And leaving out tons.

Grilled:
Steaks - ribeye and fillet mignon you can get it up to 700 and cook 3 min per side. smoke flavor is awesome and they are so tender
Baconfest - go check out the thread. do a search
Salmon - OMG
Tuna - see above
Pork Tenderloin
Shrimp and Scallops

Oven Baked: we had a oven baked pizza fest last weekend. It went well

Smoked:
Brisket
Turkey
Ribs, pork and beef
Pork Shoulder for pulled pork - another OMG
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Me wants an egg myself.
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This is not a gas grill, but heats up fast, so can be used like a grill or a smoker. I bought my husband one for father's day and it is awesome.

The Big Green Egg. http://www.biggreenegg.com/



If you live in Houston, go to Bering's Hardware and check them out.


Just had to say thanks.. Checked them out today lucky enough to have a dealer 15 min. from my house in Ohio...

What size it that one? Med. or Large?
And how long have you been using it?
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Just had to say thanks.. Checked them out today lucky enough to have a dealer 15 min. from my house in Ohio...

What size it that one? Med. or Large?
And how long have you been using it?
It is the large. Should be good enough for everything a normal family needs. We got ours in June. It has had a serious workout this summer.
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I got this one after seeing TXDAVID's

http://www.samsclub.com/sams/shop/pr...oductId=183402
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Has anyone tried one of those electric smokers? Thinking of buying the hub one for Christmas
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Has anyone tried on of those electric smokers? Thinking of buying the hub one for Christmas
Good question. I'd like to know myself. There is a cheap one at Home Depot and Lowes I've been targeting for several months now that I'm thinking about getting and would like to know about. Anyone?
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I realize it took a while, but thanks to everyone for their recommendations and thoughts. The Weber Genesis E-310 arrived 2 days ago. I broke it in by grilling filets and rib eyes. OUTSTANDING. The grill, that is. (The steaks were not shabby either. )

I'm going to be doing this grilling thing a lot.

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PS: ScarJo is still as hot as my grill.
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I realize it took a while, but thanks to everyone for their recommendations and thoughts. The Weber Genesis E-310 arrived 2 days ago. I broke it in by grilling filets and rib eyes. OUTSTANDING. The grill, that is. (The steaks were not shabby either. )

I'm going to be doing this grilling thing a lot.

all the best,
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PS: ScarJo is still as hot as my grill.
GlassHalfFull & I both have E-310/E-320 as well. You won't regret the purchase.
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I realize it took a while, but thanks to everyone for their recommendations and thoughts. The Weber Genesis E-310 arrived 2 days ago. I broke it in by grilling filets and rib eyes. OUTSTANDING. The grill, that is. (The steaks were not shabby either. )

I'm going to be doing this grilling thing a lot.

all the best,
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PS: ScarJo is still as hot as my grill.
Happy Grilling!
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I got the Brinkman free grill and it is awesome as a lot in the blue crue know. I got a gas smoker and I would put it up against any smoker on the market. I barely do anything but cook outside so they get a lot of use and compliments
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Sorry I use charcoal only. Weber is the best charcoal grill at the price by far, so I am guessing their gas grills are good quality.

I would love to have the Big Green Egg, they are awesome, just out of my price range though.

Here's mine:

"Unlike charcoal, propane is a clean burning fuel so you get to taste the actual flavor of....the meat. My friend any grill you want to purchase from the Vagner Char-King to the Vagner Imperial...would be a quality product, but you're doing fine as long as you use a ...propane grill. I can give you a 13 point presentation on why it's superior to charcoal...I have some brochures on my desk..."

Just messin' with ya I use charcoal too.
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"Unlike charcoal, propane is a clean burning fuel so you get to taste the actual flavor of....the meat. My friend any grill you want to purchase from the Vagner Char-King to the Vagner Imperial...would be a quality product, but you're doing fine as long as you use a ...propane grill. I can give you a 13 point presentation on why it's superior to charcoal...I have some brochures on my desk..."

Just messin' with ya I use charcoal too.
I sell clean-burning propane and propane accessories.

Grilled out again tonight. The butcher knows me by name already.

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If you get a BGE, you better have some friends around to help you get it to the spot you want it, and then plan on never moving it again (unless you just leave it in the nest for forever).

I have a friend that has a Large BGE, helped him unload it when he got it home, then when he moved, he and I loaded and unloaded it. F------ are damned heavy (ceramic SOBs), but the quality is just amazing. You get true temp control. You can smoke, grill, and bake on them (seriously, the MFs come with a recipe book and it includes a cookie recipe, and brownie recipe, I believe).

When I buy a house and get ready for a grill, I'm getting a BGE myself.
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If you get a BGE, you better have some friends around to help you get it to the spot you want it, and then plan on never moving it again (unless you just leave it in the nest for forever).

I have a friend that has a Large BGE, helped him unload it when he got it home, then when he moved, he and I loaded and unloaded it. F------ are damned heavy (ceramic SOBs), but the quality is just amazing. You get true temp control. You can smoke, grill, and bake on them (seriously, the MFs come with a recipe book and it includes a cookie recipe, and brownie recipe, I believe).

When I buy a house and get ready for a grill, I'm getting a BGE myself.
We did have it delivered and set up. But the nest has wheels and we wheel it in and out from the porch all the time. But yes, it is heavy.

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Just messin' with ya I use charcoal too.
You had me going for a second. I was about to have you over for some brisket to prove you wrong.

Specifically I use lump charcoal and wood. Usually pecan, mesquite or oak. Pecan is my favorite. I need to get around to trying out apple and peach wood, been saying I would for awhile now.
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We did have it delivered and set up. But the nest has wheels and we wheel it in and out from the porch all the time. But yes, it is heavy.

I know it does, that's why I said "unless you leave it in the nest for forever" :P

My friend and his dad built a stand for his BGE, but it also had a work surface and some drawers for utensil storage, so it didn't stay in the nest.
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