A pork butt, seasoning, smoking wood, wrapping liquid, charcoal, the Big Green Egg and about 9 hours are needed to properly smoke a pork butt in the Big Green Egg. The Down and Dizzy seasonings make a tasty rub for the p... More »

Although a convention oven is an option when cooking a pork butt, the ideal way to cook one is low and slow, such as when smoking slowly using a grill or in a conventional oven. Pork butt is known by many different names... More »

Some recipes call for pork butt to be roasted at high oven temperatures — 400 or 500 degrees Fahrenheit — for 30 to 45 minutes. Then the temperature is turned down much lower, to 250 or 325 degrees. Cooking then continue... More »

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Recipes using the Big Green Egg, a ceramic cooker that can be used as a grill, smoker or oven, are found on the Big Green Egg website. The website offers recipes for all types of meat, seafood, desserts and vegetables. More »

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Smoke prime rib-eye steaks using the Big Green Egg by filling the unit with hickory chips. Select indirect cooking and set the convEGGAtor temperature to 250 degrees Fahrenheit. Season steaks with ground sea salt and smo... More »

The term "little green egg" refers to smaller versions of a brand of charcoal cookers called Big Green Egg. The ceramic cookers feature an oval egg shape, ceramic construction and a porcelain glaze that provides the prod... More »

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The Weber Original Kettle 22, Big Green Egg, Old Smokey #22 charcoal grill and Portable Kitchen Cooker are good charcoal grills, according to About.com. Other quality grills include the Broil King Steel Keg and the Hasty... More »

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