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It doesn’t get much hotter than the EGG cookin’ in July! Make sure to keep yourself hydrated with a bit of whatever you’re using for the Beer Can Chicken. Ice Cream Sandwiches are also a great way to stay cool. Looking for some great ideas for a summer cook out? Try out a Pimento Cheeseburger or Dr. BBQ’s Spare Rib Surprise. Just don’t be surprised if your neighbors stop by for a quick bite when they smell what you’re cooking!

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  • The "Clod" is something we actually see cooked here in  Texas... but many places in the country they're tough to find!! It's magical piece of meat if you cook it right ...and it sounds like you did!!
  • Very nice job!  I don't know how you couldnt have fun there!!
  • Jeremiah said: Chubby said: "Throwdons"..... Whether they are here... on Food Network...or any other Network?  Just plain boring! Then don't open the thread.  I have an opinion,  and every right to share it ...whether you agree…
  • "Throwdons"..... Whether they are here... on Food Network...or any other Network?  Just plain boring!
  • ob said: That is beautiful, awesome job Midwestsmoker!!!!!  I want to do something similar.  I have a 14 x14 concrete pad with electric, water and septic under the concrete to eventully do an outdoor kitchen.  But first I need a cover and the…
  • That is outstanding...OUTSTANDING!!I LOVE YOUR CONCRETE COUNTERTOPS!! I SHOULD'VE CALLED YOU TO COME AND FABRICATE SOME FOR ME!!!  It bears many resemblances to what I did here...(and probably like you),I spent a lot of time thinking about what I w…
  • Hickory/peach  Hickory/apple Peach...or Pecan Really comes down to what you have and what you like!
  • SMITTYtheSMOKER said: SmokeyPitt said: Man those briskets look really good.  I don't think I have seen a brisket shaped like that.  They are so "plump" looking.  We put a stainless bowl under them to help keep out of the heat zones,…
  • Scottborasjr said: That sounds really good. Of course I'm starving right now waiting for the wife to figure out what she wants to do for lunch. You aren't helping matters... Enjoy the day. Off to a great start!! Thanks I feel your pain!…
  • revolver1 said: Interesting idea about the hot peppers, i'll have to try it.  Thanks It's actually an old Michael Chiarello recipe... we make them a lot and keep them in the fridge and use them for all kinds of stuff.... sandwiches...brusc…
  • The trick is knowing when your fire went out  how long it was out ...what the temp was when you checked them... and if not well past  140.... how long they were at that temp.
  • Smitty Class...Briskys n Butts!
  • Wondering what other methods youve tried? http://www.nakedwhiz.com/trexsteak.htm Here's another method you might investigate that works well with any large cut of beef ...ie Strips ...TBones...and Ribeyes! Though I do  like a Reverse Sear for some…
  • Doc_Eggerton said: Chubby said: Cant... Too much maintenance compared with just using a stone or even the Platesetter... ( can't believe I said that...lol!)  for that matter! Kind of messy pan searing a steak on a ceramic stone, als…
    in Cast Iron PS Comment by Chubby July 24
  • SSN686 said: Morning Chubby: you wouldn't be talking about the guy on the right with the "cute" hair would you??? Yes indeed!! Never let it be said he wasn't a "fashion plate (trend) setter"! Morning to you as well!!
  • Welcome aboard!!
    in new Canadian Comment by Chubby July 24
  • Cant... Too much maintenance compared with just using a stone or even the Platesetter... ( can't believe I said that...lol!)  for that matter!
    in Cast Iron PS Comment by Chubby July 24
  • You may want to check to make sure that the "Ham" portion o of that shoulder doesn't get done a bit before the butt. That has been my experience more than once! As a side note everything I've gotten from SRF... been top notch!
    in SRF shoulder Comment by Chubby July 24
  • Hotch said: Yes Chubby, you are the man. Will we see you at the Coop Fest? Yes...with Bells on! I hear your coming too...yes? You think he could have picked a hotter weekend...lol!! In lieu of my usual "appearance fee" Leroy has guarantee…
  • JohnInCarolina said: I have a Large as well, and picked up a MiniMax this past spring.  Between the two of them I think I can handle just about anything at this point.   In retrospect, I may have gone with a Small instead of a MM.  Just a li…
  • caliking said: I knew there was something about the table nests in your pics but couldn't put my finger on it. I think yours look more "elegant" vs. the BGE table nests Well thanks!! I have been called many things in my day... seldom (if e…
  • lousubcap said: You will get many different opinions on this topic.  The reasons that are driving you to consider another BGE should help steer your decision.  A case can be made for any size.  There are many on here who are well past two in …
  • Suffice it to say.... there are many different setups you can use for pizza but over the years I've seen a lot of gaskets fried using platesetter (legs down) and high heat! While it is the high heat that fries your gas gasket... generally it starts…
  • Very nice... making some memories there!!
  • Hopefully... sometime soon,  people will show some mercy on this thread... and let it die  I'm beginning to agree more n more with @ Photo Egg on these wandering...seemingly. .. neverending threads! I know to each their own... but is there anythin…
  • SmokeyPitt said: That is a great tip Chubby.  It also looks more stable than the table nest.  Where did you get the rubber "booties"?  They sell them on the new/current nests. Apparently...many people don't put them on because it makes the…
  • SmokeyPitt said: I wonder if mine mine be even old schooler (older school?).   It is a PID controller circa 1995.   I think you got me!@
  • I enjoyed it there too! Hoping I get a chance to stop once again in the fall when the leaves are turning...that should be spectacular! !
  • Givengold3 said: Skin off I assume? Yessir!!
  • Noooo reason to eat alone when you could have invited me over!! Those look great!