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    Default Ceramic Grill Accessories

    Just upgraded to a large BGE. School me on what accessories you cant live without.

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    I prefer the cast iron grill grate to the stock grill grate.

    Ash tool came with mine but I find it pretty necessary.

    A MAP gas torch is cheaper, more efficient, more effective, and more reliable at lighting the coals than any of the overly complicated electric charcoal lighting devices invented for the BGE. Or you can use a paper towel soaked in bacon fat. Just as effective.

    Plate setter or some version of it if you are cooking low and slow.

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    Map gas torch
    Plate setter
    Smokewear top instead of daisy wheel
    Cast iron grill grate
    I really like my grate tool
    Ash tool
    Charcoal basket. It allows for a more even burn and does not clog up like the metal disk that BGE gives you.
    Last edited by banded_mallard; 07-10-2019 at 08:19 PM.

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    Meat. Chimney starter.Beer.Pizza stone (improvise a plate setter).Couple fire bricks. More beer.More meat.Couple tuna cans.
    We gave you Corn,you gave us clap,bad trade.

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    Plate setter
    Kick ash basket (or knock off version on Amazon, i think mine is a "titan")
    Weber wax cube starters

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    A shop-vac

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    Two-rack tray system
    Pizza stone
    Convector plate
    14" cast iron for searing steaks and fajitas
    Kick Ash Basket
    Smokewear Top
    Small Dutch Oven for chilis

    I want one of the rotisserie attachments but haven't broken down and got one yet.
    Last edited by SCmudder7071; 07-11-2019 at 07:54 AM.

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    Cast iron grate, plate setter, and some sort of raised grate set up.....all the other stuff is overrated.

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    Speak to me about this cast iron grate. My factory one is about done and I need to replace it.

    I like the pizza stone. The place setter makes the stone way easier to get the pizza off the egg.

    Another thing, and this applies to any slow (er) cooker is a remote thermometer. Some scoff at it, I love using it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Birddawg View Post
    Speak to me about this cast iron grate. My factory one is about done and I need to replace it.

    I like the pizza stone. The place setter makes the stone way easier to get the pizza off the egg.

    Another thing, and this applies to any slow (er) cooker is a remote thermometer. Some scoff at it, I love using it.
    The cast iron is the tits for steaks.

    OH....and yes.....A thermometer is a must. I have the Meater set up.

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