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It was 10,800 new and the clearance price was 8500 and they offered me another 20% off.  It is last years model that does not have the full pull out in the cabinet, it just has the pull down door on the top.  It was really over the top and felt like I could park my SUV on top of it.

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11 hours ago, Hopstretch said:

OK I'm notoriously not that price sensitive but, yeah, that's nuts.

I'm sensing the title "Very Tippy Genius" has had it's day!

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First attempt at a brisket. 11 hour cook (3 hours in magic pink paper), 5 hours of rest in the cooler. Not perfect but pretty damn tasty!

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Looks great.

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Not much as the grills were wrapped up just as it started pouring rain. Fucking Al Gore and his ManBearPig. 

 

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A little searing action for the Costco ribeye caps.

 

 

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Just finished eating a couple of Sirloins done on the Weber. Did a simple salt, pepper and garlic rub and then a Rosemary butter baste using Rosemary sprigs to do the basting. More importantly, this was the initial run for my new MEATER Block.

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True wireless meat probes with a nice phone app. I was cooking these to a non HC medium rare (15 year old taste buds) and it came out absolutely perfect. No guess work. Very pleased. I did have to wait a fucking Long time as it was bought on Kickstarter. They have a web site now so you should not have to wait a year and a half for yours.

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Bought some steaks the other day. NY Strip and Ribeye. Cooked one of each tonight the Serious Eats way (cool side of grill covered, finish on hot.)

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Not bad. May try sous-vide with a grill finish for the others.

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Starting prep for a 2/2/1 rib cook on the Big Green Egg. 

 

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BGE Prosciutto, Hot Sopresetta and mushroom pizza fresh off the grill.

 

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BGE Prosciutto, Hot Sopresetta and mushroom pizza fresh off the grill.

 

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Was the pizza dough store bought or home made?  All the recipes I have tried so far turned out nothing like that, looks tasty!

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I am lazy, Trader Joe’s pizza dough with garlic and herbs.  It was quite good. 

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1 hour ago, Augsburger said:

Was the pizza dough store bought or home made?  All the recipes I have tried so far turned out nothing like that, looks tasty!

Pizza dough is tricky!  

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Jeff, you should check out Roccbox or Uuni pizza ovens.  Do a great job with Neopolitan style pizza.  Definitely make your own dough. Some very simple recipes for this style of pizza.

 

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