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Old 05-10-2019, 03:46 PM   #141
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Old 05-10-2019, 03:52 PM   #142
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I replaced mine with these.Attachment 204234

Bless you!!


(I don't see these available on Prime, but that's ok)

How did you know what would fit?

Never mind, just glad to get this. Thanks.
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Old 05-10-2019, 04:24 PM   #143
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I got one of those. I don't care for it. Can't keep it clean enough to use. It was a good idea, though.



I tried wrapping the flame deflectors in aluminum foil. That just made it hard to get enough heat to cook right.

So I went back to the pellet grill.
Well, I have two upright smokers at home, but I do not want to have to lug them around while camping so we were looking for something "tabletop".

I have NO doubt your pellet grill will do a superior job, but I am cooking for 2 people, not an entire tailgate crew.

I also don't mind the cleanup if it does a good job cooking. Charcoal is EASY to clean up, but I also want EASY cooking so propane is it for us!
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Old 06-08-2019, 01:59 PM   #144
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Got a pork shoulder on the egg today...
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Old 06-08-2019, 02:06 PM   #145
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So due to popular pressure I enhanced my GMG collection to include the Davey Crockett.
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Got a pork shoulder on the egg today...


Nice, I have sausage on mine at the CG today.

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Old 06-08-2019, 05:45 PM   #147
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Going to smoke one on our next trip.
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Old 06-08-2019, 09:02 PM   #148
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Got a pork shoulder on the egg today...

It was tasty!
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I miss tis thread, so i thought id revive it with some smoking from our summer vacation!
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I will also join in because I have a new setup (new RV also with more room).
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I have smoked meat at least 5 of our 7 trips.
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Old 09-09-2019, 11:01 AM   #151
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Iíve been prowling the meat section at Costco looking for a brisket to try, but they were sold out the last few times we were there... The ones I saw previously were massive, it might take some work to fit on my medium Egg.
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Have noticed the group cuts of meat at Costco. Checked with butcher at Kroger and found out the morning they get deliveries. They will cut brisket to size you want. I generally get 3/4 pound to a person plus a pound or so for heavy eaters.
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Iíve been prowling the meat section at Costco looking for a brisket to try, but they were sold out the last few times we were there... The ones I saw previously were massive, it might take some work to fit on my medium Egg.
The brisket in my pic is from Costco. Only one I ever got to turn out right. It was delicious and fit on my Davy Crockett. They did have some varying sizes.
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The brisket in my pic is from Costco. Only one I ever got to turn out right. It was delicious and fit on my Davy Crockett. They did have some varying sizes.


So I finally got to Costco on the right day and picked up a 10 pound brisket. I seasoned it with mustard, Montreal steak spice and chilli flakes. Stuffed it into a lasagna pan so it would fit on my medium egg and set the pitboss for 250f. Before adding the meat I threw a few pieces of red wine barrel staves (white oak) for smoke.

8hours later I removed the brisket and wrapped with foil. Return to egg and continue cooking at 250 for 3 more hours till meat hit 204 and was probe tender. Then I wrapped in towels and placed in microwave (donít have a big enough cooler) to rest for 4 hours.

End result, I am happy with. Very tender and flavourful. Being an overnight cook, I was a little late with the wrapping phase as meat temp was over 170 in spots. I would not call this meat dry, but think this negatively impacted the juice factor. Furthermore, the Montreal steak spice was a bit too much salt. But Iím going to count this as a win, and I will be smoking brisket again! Great meal with homemade baked beans in the instant pot!
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So I finally got to Costco on the right day and picked up a 10 pound brisket. I seasoned it with mustard, Montreal steak spice and chilli flakes. Stuffed it into a lasagna pan so it would fit on my medium egg and set the pitboss for 250f. Before adding the meat I threw a few pieces of red wine barrel staves (white oak) for smoke.

8hours later I removed the brisket and wrapped with foil. Return to egg and continue cooking at 250 for 3 more hours till meat hit 204 and was probe tender. Then I wrapped in towels and placed in microwave (donít have a big enough cooler) to rest for 4 hours.

End result, I am happy with. Very tender and flavourful. Being an overnight cook, I was a little late with the wrapping phase as meat temp was over 170 in spots. I would not call this meat dry, but think this negatively impacted the juice factor. Furthermore, the Montreal steak spice was a bit too much salt. But Iím going to count this as a win, and I will be smoking brisket again! Great meal with homemade baked beans in the instant pot!


Very nice.

I am planning on making a brisket Saturday. Been a while since I have been on a rib and wing kick.
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