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  Topic: 120 gallon reverse flow build opinions
qinkc

Replies: 6
Views: 3818

PostForum: Cookers   Posted: Sat Nov 12 16 2:31 am   Subject: 120 gallon reverse flow build opinions
It can get pretty cold in the winter time here (midwest), but my main reason for wanting insulated firebox is to make it harder to get burned by touching it. Increased fuel efficiency is an added bon ...
  Topic: 120 gallon reverse flow build opinions
qinkc

Replies: 6
Views: 3818

PostForum: Cookers   Posted: Fri Nov 11 16 9:40 pm   Subject: 120 gallon reverse flow build opinions
I used Feldon's calculator and came up with this:

Link to BBQ Pit Calculator

120 gallon reverse flow is what Im after. Firebox is oversized, ~125% of what is required, but I think thatll be OK? ...
  Topic: ceramic grill newbie, had issues with first low and slow coo
qinkc

Replies: 14
Views: 4391

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Wed Aug 28 13 4:39 am   Subject: ceramic grill newbie, had issues with first low and slow coo
Oh, I do have *a* top, just not the newer dual action style that lets you get more air in. Mine is daisy wheel only.
  Topic: ceramic grill newbie, had issues with first low and slow coo
qinkc

Replies: 14
Views: 4391

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Wed Aug 28 13 1:23 am   Subject: ceramic grill newbie, had issues with first low and slow coo
Great info, thanks. I have been using wood chunks, maybe half fist sized. I will consider chips....do you just mix them throughout your charcoal pile?

Also, I am using a digital thermometer for gr ...
  Topic: ceramic grill newbie, had issues with first low and slow coo
qinkc

Replies: 14
Views: 4391

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Tue Aug 27 13 11:47 pm   Subject: ceramic grill newbie, had issues with first low and slow coo
Great info, thanks. I have been using wood chunks, maybe half fist sized. I will consider chips....do you just mix them throughout your charcoal pile?

Also, I am using a digital thermometer for gr ...
  Topic: ceramic grill newbie, had issues with first low and slow coo
qinkc

Replies: 14
Views: 4391

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Tue Aug 27 13 10:02 am   Subject: ceramic grill newbie, had issues with first low and slow coo
Very nice, I've always wanted a Primo XL....could use the extra size, as I found out when my last packer brisket was nearly too long for the large BGE.

I think you're right about how they're adve ...
  Topic: ceramic grill newbie, had issues with first low and slow coo
qinkc

Replies: 14
Views: 4391

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Tue Aug 27 13 9:06 am   Subject: ceramic grill newbie, had issues with first low and slow coo
Very nice, I've always wanted a Primo XL....could use the extra size, as I found out when my last packer brisket was nearly too long for the large BGE.

I think you're right about how they're adve ...
  Topic: ceramic grill newbie, had issues with first low and slow coo
qinkc

Replies: 14
Views: 4391

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Tue Aug 27 13 3:48 am   Subject: ceramic grill newbie, had issues with first low and slow coo
Hi all, long time reader, hoping to get some tips from the vast knowledge here. Apologize in advance for the long post.

I purchased a new (to me) Large Big Green Egg on Craigslist. I'd always want ...
 
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