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Old 07-08-2011, 09:40 PM
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Now that's what I'm talkin' 'bout!

How did the turn out??
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How did the turn out??
that bad huh?? lol.

Im smoking 3 slabs right now. Having the brewshop folks over for a pregame cook-out. The boss got everyone tickets for the local minor league game tonight, buy one get one free or something. And since the stadium isn't far from me I offered to host a little BBQ before the game. So Im smoking out in a storm here. 3 slabs for about 20 people will only serve as an appetizer. A few of them aren't worth spending any more money on...
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that bad huh?? lol.

Im smoking 3 slabs right now. Having the brewshop folks over for a pregame cook-out. The boss got everyone tickets for the local minor league game tonight, buy one get one free or something. And since the stadium isn't far from me I offered to host a little BBQ before the game. So Im smoking out in a storm here. 3 slabs for about 20 people will only serve as an appetizer. A few of them aren't worth spending any more money on...


Sorry, missed that one. They were awesome! Kids ate 'em like candy.
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http://www.nytimes.com/2011/07/13/di...r=2&ref=dining

Nice little NY times piece about the BGE for those who want to step up to bat in an all-star game instead of putting the ball on the T.
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Yeah I agree, HF. Spending $800 to grill hamburgers is just brilliant! As they say, "A fool and his money soon part ways". lol.

I like this part of the article. But I slightly disagree. I can do MORE on my Weber than you can on the BGE. How is that rotisserie attachment coming along??

Not all serious consumers believe the sales pitch. Kamado cookers are bulky. The most popular style from Primo Grills and Smokers weighs more than 200 pounds. And they are expensive. The most popular Big Green Egg sells for $800.
“I can do everything on my Weber kettle that you can do on an Egg for a fraction of the price,” said Charlie Hammond, who tends four metal cookers in his backyard in Mission Hills, Kan
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An egg does not need a rotisserie. Why would I want that? People have put them in EGGS though, but for what reason I don't know.

That guy is way wrong. I agree with all the others. Those cookers dry the hell out of your food. That guy is just a weber fanboy who don't cook good food.

Besides CF. With an egg you can make bread, pie, veggies, steak, chicken, WHOLE turkeys, whole pigs, and everything in between. I can cold smoke or high sear and every degree in between. Oh yeah, you can hold at a degree. Have fun doing that on a 55-gallon drum impersonator.
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I only use my barrel smoker for ribs, brisket, and shoulder. Everything else goes on the Weber Performer (aka the Baddest Ass Grill on the Planet). It can hold temperatures steady just as well if not better than your big green terra cotta flower pot with an $800 price tag. LOL! Nice buy!
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I only use my barrel smoker for ribs, brisket, and shoulder. Everything else goes on the Weber Performer (aka the Baddest Ass Grill on the Planet). It can hold temperatures steady just as well if not better than your big green terra cotta flower pot with an $800 price tag. LOL! Nice buy!
http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh....php?p=1664630

Wampus feels your pain as do most others. 2nd post. Love his words. Funny stuff. You can read on.....

My flower pot will without a doubt hold temps steadier and longer. I can't argue the cost thing though, but as Wampus said. You can buy the Shelby Cobra or get by with the Fiesta. Up to you really. You'll get there in the end I guess.
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I wont read the article. It frightens me that you value the words of a guy who guys by the name of Wampus.

It's just like last week on our vacation. My wife couldn't get up on one ski, she blamed the ski. I took that same ski and popped right up and said "it works for me". The moral of the story is, it aint the equipment that gets you there. You need to spend $800 to make a good cheeseburger taste edible. I don't.
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