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Unread 03-05-2006, 11:03 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by Jeff Hughes
The BGE or other ceramic cookers work really well for this type of high temp cooking....
i did this at the Jack in 2004 on Dizzy Pigs BGE and a prime rib. The only differnce is that due to the closer proximity to the coals, it had a bit of a grilling effect early on..(fuel load was VERY small however). I wasnt using the stone at first, so it really wasnt offset, it was more like broiling until woo-doogie gave me this stone/plate that gave me more of an offset cook.
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