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  1. Pizza and wings kind of Saturday. Wings- sprayed with duck fat, seasoned and left overnight. Then smoked with hickory chunks in the smoker pot at ~225F for 95 min. Dial up heat to 350-400F for 30-40 min more. sauce them as you like with hot, honey bbq, garlic park, and Asian zing options. Pictures were an after thought but I got one early in the grill and one late before the last of them. Pizzas - 4, 14-16in. Pies. heat soak KK to 500-525 with baking stone in. Hand toss. Olive oil on parchment paper. Straight on the stone. Remove the paper after 2-3 min and rotate pie. Rotate pie o
  2. Thank you Tania! I live on a little inland lake in Southwest Michigan. Edited to add the view from the lake side [emoji846]
  3. This happened just after my Saturday Rotisserie chicken, Alabama white sauce and risotto cook. Love summers. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. 24 people and a few more that bopped in from the lake. Mom turns 70 on the 7th so we are celebrating with the whole family, plus the usual 4th of July lake celebrations and traffic. Everything came out excellent. I added some Mac and cheese on once I pulled the brisket to rest. Mexican corn and my wife’s killer broccoli salad to top it off. Great food. Great company. Great day. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. 22lb brisket and 6 racks of baby backs. Plenty of room for more. Happy Fourth of July to those on this side of the pond. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Yes, I’ve done this. I actually did this and used the double bottom drip on top of it…probably didn’t need to do both but I felt better about the pan not being directly on the fire [emoji1787]
  7. I use a FireBoard and Pit Bull from BBQ guru when using a fan control. I have a 32” so I went with the pit bull over viper but I don’t think I needed it. The viper would have done the trick as well. It always stays within 5-10 of target temp. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Yeah, mine has the scallops too. I’d have to piece it together in the basket to remember exactly…Once you get it in the basket it always seems obvious to me though, because of how the flat pieces fit into the scallops around the same height they are in the basket. That said, I never inquired if there was a true proper way, so I could have been doing it backwards this entire time as well. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Basket splitter video. Basically the two poles screw into the half moon and the slider goes on that perpendicularly. The other pieces cover depending on how much fire vs dead basket you want. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Facebook Market is the new Craigslist. If you are on it, post it there. You’ll get hits. People will share it on the big green egg forum and other bbq enthusiast forums organically. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    This Little Pig...

    Well done Troble! You are a better man than I am. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    New KK on order

    Install the rotisserie bracket under/behind the table bracket. Or remove the table bracket. Either will work, I have mine under the table bracket just so I can keep it on all the time. You’ll lose a score on the right for roto bracket but you don’t need it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    This Little Pig...

    Let the games begin! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. I have two questions: 1. What kind of side tables are those? New Age? 2. Where are you going to put the karaoke machine? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. I’ll weigh in on this one. No 42 for me tekobo, but I’ve found that I don’t use the splitter much in my 32. I just load it up and light it. If I need two zone for a good reverse sear, veggie cook, etc., I mostly haven’t bothered with the splitter, I just load up one side of the basket, light it up and go…I have a feeling that will quickly become the norm for me unless I am grilling for a larger number than 2-4 because I might need more precision in my zone management. It probably not quite as fuel efficient as using the splitter but I’m not one to put the extra squeeze on my char use unles
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