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5lb bird on the mini

LitLit Posts: 4,111

Cut out slits in the fire ring so the plate setter sits low enough for it to fit. Came out really good..image.image.image.image

 

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  • calikingcaliking Posts: 7,166
    Do you have issues with the drippings falling on the plate setter and burning, giving an off-flavor to the meat? Chicken cooks (skin on) end up getting a little fiery for me once the chicken fat starts hitting the coals. 

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  • thetrimthetrim Posts: 1,153
    Nice job.  What tool/blade did you use for the cut?  I tend to get a bit nervous around tools and messing something up that would viod a warranty from operator error.

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  • LitLit Posts: 4,111

    @Caliking I almost never use a drip pan and have never noticed a bad flavor. It was sizzling and smoking pretty good but it tasted really good.

     

    @thetrim I used a dremmel with the tile cutting attachment. Took like 10 minutes. Its basically like a drill bit with little spikes.

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