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  • Amarillo8

    I would like to purchase a Rutland gasket for my 3-year old XL. My contact information is below. Thanks a bunch!


    Terry G. Lewis, 1215 Truman St., Great Bend, KS  67530

    terrygenelewis@gmail.com

    June 24
  • Richard Fl
    Did you get my info regarding The Indian River brand of spices/rubs? Richard Fl Woodmonkey@cfl.rr.com 321-794-7683
    June 23
    • SaintJohnsEgger
      SaintJohnsEgger
      No I somehow missed that. Had a cook going all day yesterday and another one this morning. I guess I just missed it.
  • Legally Blind Egghead

    Hello there my name is Joey and have a large Egg and researching baking steel for it.  I did some searching on forum and saw your post   on a beautiful steel.  Do/did you make them and if so do you sell them?


    If not can you give me some advice on what to look for as far as material (A36 steel, and thickness, 1/4, 5//16 or 3/8)?


    Thanks

    Joey

    Legally Blind Egghead

    May 18
    • nolaegghead
      nolaegghead
      I don't sell them. I would use the thickest steel you can get. 1/2 inch is perfect. I have one that's steel, and one that's an aluminum or magnesium alloy. The non-ferrous one I cut on my table saw with a wood blade from some scrap metal from an industrial application.
  • 20stone
    Brisket camp?
    June 15
    • nolaegghead
      nolaegghead
      @20stone Oct 21st. Be there or I'll keep your cutting board forever!
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  • qprhooligan
    I'll take those thermometers if you still have them For $10.
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  • ugdlocal13
    How long did you smoke big gator for, what temp and did you use wood chips too.
    Thank-you.

    June 21
  • ugdlocal13
    Do Peel the skin off at gator like you do at catfish or a sturgeon since it is tough as leather.
    June 19
    • Big_Green_Craig
      Big_Green_Craig
      I ordered it peeled. The skin was left on the head and claws.
  • NibbleMeThis
    Monday mornings are rough but to make yours a little better, you won the giveaway that I hosted on my blog.  That is an autographed copy of Praise the Lard by Mike Mills & Amy Mills, a jar of their sauce, their rub, and a few other things.  

    If you will send me your address to chris@nibblemethis.com, I'll get that shipped out to you this week.  Congratulations!

    Chris
    June 19
  • WhiteyQ
    Get a large! I have a medium and can't fit a packer brisket on it.
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    Is there any such thing on the forum then that is truly a PM to someone and not an open posting??

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  • 20stone
    Howdy -

    I was scrolling through the Charcutapalooza thread and saw a post from you asking questions that I don't think I responded to.  My apologies for missing it. 

    To answer the questions, first, I suspect humid/dehumid is a real function of the storage unit.  I have a freezer that doesn't pull outside air, so the dehumid does all the work.  If you follow directions from the web, you may be pulling in outsise air that is too dry, and the humid will be doing the work. 

    As for the Inkbirds, they work great. 

    Feel free to ping me and show me what you have going. 

    J
    June 18
  • B747crew
    I'll get it shipped out the first of the week. I wouldn't think of sending it elsewhere.... If you recall you and talked on the phone and you were very helpful. Good things come back to you.  Jack
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    Curious...can you link me or tell me more about the classes? Thanks!,
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    • dstearn
      dstearn
      There are two classes coming up. Here is the link. I cannot attend the June class however I may attend the September class . It is on their site under events http://www.fireplaceandchimneyauthority.com
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      dstearn
      Correction under classes
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  • WhiteyQ
    I use a large electric skillet in my kitchen almost every weekend so maybe this is the right addition right for me.
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      I gave away my electric skillet after using the Blackstone.
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