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Thick cut pork chops. Hot off the grill! Oh, and a few more fingers of Michters
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Pork roast from Costco . Salt, pepper , garlic, and onion. Then put some some Trader Joe’s honey pale ale on it . Cooked at 275 till 140
 

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Some Friday Night pizzas I just finished cooking. 10min at 300c.
Still working on the ideal temp.


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Smoking a meatloaf this morning as my first food ever prepared with my EX4. All summer I used a WSM but never for something so simple as it just wasn't worth the fuss. I keep hearing about how good meatloaf is on a smoker so i'm looking forward to it. I'll start with SmokeBoost for 1.5-2hrs. Then set the temp to 375 until probe reads 155. Then glaze and cook an additional 15 minutes.
 

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All summer I used a WSM but never for something so simple as it just wasn't worth the fuss.
Exactly why I love the SF🔥
Quick And easy, ready to smoke in no time! WSM was just a lot of work for a weeknight!
 

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Just did my first cook. Wife hugged me after lol. I’ve been talking about getting a grill for waaaaay to long to replace my Weber gasser and so far so good. Really looking forward to enjoying this bad boy! Pork butt up next!
 

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When I do pizza is when I really wish I had the EX6 so could get two of my stones side by side on the main grate.
Have you tried the upper grate? Might get some heat reflected off the lid due to the convection action. I haven’t done a pizza yet but high in the cooker is preferred by many.
 

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Have you tried the upper grate? Might get some heat reflected off the lid due to the convection action. I haven’t done a pizza yet but high in the cooker is preferred by many.
I havnen’t yet but have thought about it. I did noticed that when I put cast iron skillet on top rack above chicken, the top of the chicken gets little more char. I’m assuming from the heat radiating off the skillet.
 

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I havnen’t yet but have thought about it. I did noticed that when I put cast iron skillet on top rack above chicken, the top of the chicken gets little more char. I’m assuming from the heat radiating off the skillet.
There is definitely heat deflection from the hood on that second rack too. I know in the ceramic cookers it’s best to get the pie as far up as you can without interfering with the lid operation.
 

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Just a simple Monday spatchcock yard bird. My poultry carving skills could definitely use work. About 4 hours at 275, then 5 minutes skin down at 400 to give some extra color and crispy.

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