Anyone do eggs on their pellet grills here is what I am trying?

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  1. don2222

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    Happy Easter all!
    I just updated from the GMG prime to the GMG prime plus with the brushless 12vdc auger motor for the best stable temps and other new features!
    Anyway, I think I figured it out, you have to smoke the eggs in the shell on 325 for 30-45 mins then take them off and chill them down and peel the eggs then put them back on the grill for another 30-45 mins @ 180 Degs for the nice Smokey flavor!! :)
    Any Comments?
    The second egg pic is thru the window with the inside grill light on! :)
    How r ur Easter Eggs?
     

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    yeah...they get rubbery,so thats my comment....apply yourself and your time to something more productive like this..
     
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    Hey Skeeter
    That Scotch Eggs looks great!!
    I have been thinking of building a shed for the pellet smoker for use in rain and snow? I have seen some good ones on the web where the smoke stack is vented outside and a good size exhaust hood hangs over the grill and vented outside. Then a little beer fridge and cable TV for the game? Calling it the smoke shack? What do u think?
     
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    sounds great!!! i have a couple cookers in a 40' sea container but they are natural draft so i do not want to increase the stack/height/draft....if it was forced draft as in pellet cooker i would defintely consider what your proposing.....plus havin a beer shack is great i got a bunch here at the compound
     
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    There's a video floating around somewhere (think it's on the FHC Facebook page), smoked deviled eggs are phenominal!
     
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    I’ve had smoked deviled eggs at Myron Mixon’s BBQ joint. Little bit of pulled pork on the bottom, they were fantastic.
     
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    I just had a smoked Egg Salad Sandwich which I never ever had before! Woah!!
     

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    Do not forget! The new Holiday that started last year and is getting bigger every year!

    Back To Barbecue Day May 29 th !!
     

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    That's also my birthday, so if all of you are thinking about chipping in and buying me a new Weber Kettle, I'm fine with basic black.
     
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