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  2. @Random Pointer Here's a nicely summarized "how to" as well... Change the word "pan" to "soap stone" or "cast iron" or whatever surface you are using and good to go... https://grilling24x7.com/pan-seared-chilean-sea-bass-with-crispy-skin/
    2 points
  3. DannyCMo

    Hello From NC!!

    I have two Large BGEs that I bought used. I have had my first one for about a year now and just picked up my second one about two weeks ago. I'm excited to use this forum for recipes and knowledge.
    1 point
  4. Golf Griller

    Hello From NC!!

    Welcome to the forum. There are a lot of people who are willing to share their knowledge. Also, there is a whole section dedicated to recipes. You might also follow, and join the monthly cooking challenge. Here is a good reference for knowledge:
    1 point
  5. CapnAndre

    Grill Grate Lift

    When I smoke something heavy, I used to have to struggle to lift grate to add more wet wood. Not any more.. Had a local welder weld supports on a smaller metal grill grate, now I when I smoke something heavy I use the grate with supports and can easily slide more wet wood in the hole in middle.. Can't wait to try with a pizza Cost me about $60 to get welded..
    1 point
  6. TKOBBQ

    Hello From NC!!

    Welcome to the Guru there are a lot of great people and information around here.
    1 point
  7. Yup. A couple times....did CSB and seared scallops on the same grilling steel last Aug for wife's birthday. Nothing magical about it when you follow the instructions of the pros. I'm just a copycat! YouTube is where I originally found how to cook it for the first time as it's so expensive HERE I didn't want to wing it. Cooking on a very hot surface is key. But I cook salmon pretty well exactly the same way...it's just not as delicate.
    1 point
  8. Since we're all helping you spend your money, I'll go ahead and suggest grilling the fish with the Joetisserie and the flat basket.
    1 point
  9. Sharing the plans I sketched out for my cedar & concrete table build to help answer questions I often get on DM. Starting a clean thread with all the info in one spot If you are building a table for a series 1 or 2 you want to raise the platform by about 3" as the Classic III is taller. From an assembly perspective, I took a short video outlining the process to help you out.
    1 point
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