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    Thread: First time smokin' on the bar-bee

    1. 07-05-2012 02:17 PM #776
      Quote Originally Posted by VikingVR6GTI View Post
      I did another brisket yesterday. Got the grill going and it was holding for about an hour at about 230-240 perfectly but then when I put the meat on, it shot up to about 280. I did everything I could to get the temp to come back down and it finally did after about an hour and a half but the brisket ended up being a tad dry as a result of the high temps early on. It was also a smaller brisket so that might not have helped things either. It was still pretty damn good but just a little more dry than I would have liked.
      Yeah, you need a fatty brisket and tent the meat for a few hours at the end of the cook. You can even put it in a pan and let it braise in it's own juices in the smoker.

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      07-09-2012 09:29 AM #777


      Ribs!!!!!

    3. 07-09-2012 10:15 AM #778
      I'm hungry.

      How'd those corns turn out? I made mine in the smoker but foiled the corn.
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    4. 07-09-2012 10:47 AM #779
      Quote Originally Posted by vdubjb View Post
      Yeah, you need a fatty brisket and tent the meat for a few hours at the end of the cook. You can even put it in a pan and let it braise in it's own juices in the smoker.
      It was only 3.5 pounds. The fat cap wasn't verey big so I am sure that had a lot to do with it. I did actually put it in a pan for the last hour or so but by that point, the juices were already pretty much gone. Last time I did a 6.75 pounder and I put it in a pan at the end for an hour and the pan was almost 1/4 way full after 1 hour.

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      07-10-2012 02:02 PM #780
      Quote Originally Posted by Dreizehn View Post
      I've never quite made a "wow" slab of ribs. Until today. The entire family loved them. Tender, juicy, flavorful, sweet, and some heat from the Cayenne. Threw a bit of a thin BBQ sauce over them in the last hour. Perfect.

      We always start the day with some dominos


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      Rubbed


      Hickory smells so good



      ABTs



      After 3hrs of smoke



      Ready for some apple juice


      Pancetta-wrapped peaches with a basil leaf in there



      Sauced


      Done










      Corn that went on the smoker (foiled)


      Daquari-type drink that I tried (nevermind the cup - Go Huskies!)

      Dessert


      The WVU cup is just icing on the cake, my friend. Food looks delicious.

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      07-12-2012 01:32 PM #781
      32lbs of pulled pork this weekend...bumpinit
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    7. 07-12-2012 02:22 PM #782
      Quote Originally Posted by Turdfarmer View Post
      32lbs of pulled pork this weekend...bumpinit
      Crock pot?
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    8. 07-12-2012 02:52 PM #783
      if you can't do this with your brisket, it's too small...

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      07-12-2012 04:27 PM #784
      Just had some good BBQ on Hilton Head Island at Pattys Pig n Pit. Really good Ribs!!
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      07-13-2012 10:32 PM #785
      Quote Originally Posted by Dreizehn View Post
      Crock pot?
      Crock pot? Is this a BBQ thread or Martha Stewart's 15 minute dinners?

      I overnite that $hit...

      2 hours in:






      And a some brisket bonus pics that were still on the camera from a few weeks back...

      rubbed...



      smoked....



      chopped...



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      07-15-2012 10:41 AM #786
      I want a Big Green egg but damn they are expensive. Any alternatives out there that are worth a damn and cost less?

      I especially like the setups that let you monitor and set up the cooking temp via cell phone. I'd like to be able to start a cook before work and come home to perfect meat.

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      07-15-2012 10:56 AM #787
      Kamado Joe is slightly cheaper and from what I've seen a little better put together. Love my BGE however and worth every penny

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      07-15-2012 11:21 AM #788
      I have a bge and a fake Costco egg... The fake egg doesn't compare to the bge.... I would just save up and get a bge... In the meantime those wsm are pretty nice for a low price!!!

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      07-15-2012 11:32 AM #789
      I did some looking around and the Bayou Classic Cypress looks nice and is at a nice price. $750 shipped including a cart and side burners. I can't find much about accessories though.

      I'll probably hold off for awhile at this point though.

    15. 07-15-2012 08:12 PM #790
      Check out the Akorn.

      I love my WSM.
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      07-16-2012 02:49 AM #791
      I vote UDS.
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    17. 07-16-2012 09:50 AM #792
      Quote Originally Posted by vdubjb View Post
      if you can't do this with your brisket, it's too small...
      LOL I agree. I am doing another one this weekend. Can't get enough of that stuff! This one will be substantially larger than the last.

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      07-16-2012 03:09 PM #793
      Quote Originally Posted by WhitePoloCT View Post
      I vote UDS.
      I just built one! I love it. Might get a controller later on
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      07-16-2012 04:52 PM #794
      Quote Originally Posted by WhitePoloCT View Post
      I vote UDS.
      Already have one of those. Unfortunately it lives at my buddy's place as it is too big for mine. It really is the ultimate though. We did 27lbs of pork butt a few weeks ago for a BBQ

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      07-17-2012 12:35 AM #795
      Then what about a mini wsm?
      Quote Originally Posted by ein View Post
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      07-18-2012 01:45 AM #796
      So tomorrow I'll be doing my first pork shoulder. Its small, just 3.7 lbs. This is the first year that I have stepped out of the burger and dog box into some real cooking. I've done a good job of three sets of ribs at about 3-3.5 hrs with just a simple rub but this knob of pork has me worried. I gave it a simple rub tonight with some hot and sweet stuff (think brown sugar and cayenne) and foiled it in the fridge. I'm thinking 4.5-5 hrs at around 250-275? This will be on charcoal but I dont have any chips to toss in (I may make a trip to pick some up in the a.m.). I hate to think that I could waste this, so any suggestions?
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      07-18-2012 06:58 AM #797
      Quote Originally Posted by skaterazn View Post
      Then what about a mini wsm?
      Not insulated well enough. I want to go ceramic for heat retention. That way I can get a controller for it, start a fire, and go to work/out and not worry about it.

    23. 07-18-2012 08:50 AM #798
      Quote Originally Posted by kenny301 View Post
      Not insulated well enough. I want to go ceramic for heat retention. That way I can get a controller for it, start a fire, and go to work/out and not worry about it.
      For the price, the WSM can't be beat. I can go food shopping or out for a few hours and know my WSM will be chugging right along until the time I get home. I mean, I don't do this during the winter, where the temperature is more likely to change in the smoker due to the elements (wind, snow, etc). However, I do let the WSM do its thing frequently during the spring/summer.

      Of course, if I had the $ to drop on a BGE, I'd do it. It's just a better device. Holds heat better and gets super hot!
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    24. 07-23-2012 02:02 PM #799
      Over night cook Saturday into Sunday. Pulled Pork turned out amazing.

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    25. 07-23-2012 02:27 PM #800
      Looks good.

      I made some great-tasting wings yesterday afternoon. I devoured them, quickly.

      I smoked them over apple wood. No sauce.



      Last edited by Dreizehn; 07-23-2012 at 02:30 PM.
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