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What are we grilling?

By Rascal_H

1 year ago

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#28 1 year ago

Not sure what I'll cook but the Big Green Egg will be busy! Pizza, filet mignon, mahi mahi, Cajun shrimp, chicken wings, chicken nuggets or maybe something "low and slow". It'll be fun!

Need a good pizza dough recipe. Had the Sir Pizza recipe but lost it.

#51 1 year ago

Filet mignon on the Big Green Egg.

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#110 1 year ago

Gonna try pizza again tomorrow, it's a bitch.

#113 1 year ago

Your basic cheese pizza on the egg. Somewhat high heat cooked on a screen.

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#115 1 year ago

Funny observation. I did that on purpose.

#124 1 year ago

Lesson learned. No paper plate pics. Got it! Thinking of grilling up a cheeseburger next.

#141 1 year ago

Pizza from Saturday on the egg at about 550. Grande cheese 50/50. Thought it turned out pretty good.

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#143 1 year ago
Quoted from o-din:

Already got a thread that covers both methods or any other way you want to cook em! Don't know why this thread even exists in the first place, especially when people continually post about BBQing in it.

Didn't see any pizza in that thread.

#178 1 year ago

Cheated tonight but it was soo good!

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#185 1 year ago
Quoted from RVH:

Not sure if this counts as a grill but I bought a rocbox propaine pizza oven. It takes about an hour to heat up to over 800f and will cook a homemade pizza (not from frozen) in 90 seconds!
I do make dough in advance and freeze it in freezer vacuum bags.

Ordered a "Roccbox" from Williams Sonoma today. Won't receive it until the end of August. Must be a big demand for it. The U.K. site wouldn't accept any of my credit cards.

Hope it's worth the wait.

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#269 1 year ago
Quoted from RVH:

Nice, it takes about an hour to heat up. Thay don’t tell you that so it costs about a dollar in fuel every time I use it. Still worth it, the pizza has a soft fresh bread taste and texture. Everyone I’ve made it for loves it. Here’s a link to the recipe I use so another chefs steps link and a pic of last nights pie.
I can pm you any advice as to not clog up the grilling thread.

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Finally got the Roccbox. Used dough you get at Publix. Got the oven to about 800 degrees Fahrenheit. Not good at all. Needs work. Crust on first try actually flamed up. 3 attempts and they all sucked. Garbage can had a great meal.
Going to make my own dough tomorrow, hope those pies turn out better!

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#282 1 year ago

Ribs after 1 hour on the egg. Something different. Figure 2 1/2 hours at 225, double wrap it and place it back on for another hour. Go with the flow. Maybe longer, maybe shorter. Backup is a chicken salad.

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Ate the chicken salad. This just doesn't look good to me. Pizza is next.

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#291 1 year ago

Roccbox at about 800 degrees. Simple pizza, fresh mozzarella, basil leaves and extra virgin olive oil with generic pizza sauce. A work in progress. Pizza was awesome! Happy this one didn't catch on fire.

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#302 12 months ago

Cooked a whole turkey on the egg last year. Think I used wet pecan chips. It was really good, didn’t inject.

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