Eggs

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Eggs

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We got a flat of eggs recently and since I had the smoker going, I put some on there. They were cold from the fridge when I put them in, so 3 of them popped their top while cooking. I had them in there for about 70 minutes (these are some big eggs).
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Slightly overcooked though so 60 minutes would have been better, a little bit of green around the yolks.
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What temperature?
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225f-250f. Hotter and you don't cook as long.

BTW, it would be good to rotate them half-way through cooking to get the contact point with the metal moved as it does tend to get hotter there.
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