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Thanks Chris_G for the reply about the B380 but I can’t seem to find your response. I’m probably doing something wrong. First time I posted on this forum. Krawdad...
Just put together my 590. Am so stoked to use it. Running an hr long first burn. Anything I should know before I put something on it?
New Bullseye owner here! Reverse seared a monster ribeye last night and I am so happy I made the purchase! Question, how I keep the drippings contained and I am assuming I need to vacuum the ashes before each burn?
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Bytor
Bytor
If I'm wanting to use the drippings, I will put the meat in a foil pan on a rack. Make sure you don't puncture the pan though..... I will vac out after every long cook, like a butt or something like that. Otherwise, after 2 or 3 cooks generally works for me.
Angus
Angus
No, you do not need to vacuum the ashes. In fact, it's recommended to just keep the ashes in the bottom of the grill to form insulation to help keep it warm and to absorb the grease. Clean out the fire pot every 4 -5 cooks by scooping the ashes out and putting them in the bottom of the grill.
RT590
Centerville, OH
Keister
Keister
Hey, welcome to the forum! I used to live in Centerville about 20 years ago! You'll like it here, a lot of knowledge. Enjoy your 590.
Newb
Newb
It’s a great place, thanks. oddly, my daughter and son-in-law recently moved to Evans, GA, home of Recteq. I ordered my 590 in their showroom while I was visiting.
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