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  • TRex, Now that is what I am talking about. I knew I could do it just didn't know the outcome and that pic is worth a thousand words[p]Thanks for the pic and the method!
  • Shishkaknob, Also forgot to mention I used a plate setter and 1 chunk of hickory and 1 chunk of mesquite
  • AZ Traveler, Definately worth giving a shot. I would have provided a picture but it would have to be an x-ray. It went about 7hours.
  • Pres Talley, extra virgin olive oil
  • XL, Easy...you don't. After 20 hours I have always found plenty left over for short cooks
  • vidalia1, You just have to keep checking. Publix never carries it except for "1st cut" i believe that is what they call it but the fat cap is totally removed. Kroger - there are 2 buy my house and they have full packers every once in a while. Wa…
  • TomCPA, What Beans Recipe did you use? I have a simple one that I am constantly modifying[p]Glad all went well
  • GatorGuy, From the mouth of Bobby-Q "the only place you may find one cheaper is a garage sale" the last time I was in there and asked him the same question
  • ShortRib, Definately low and slow indirect with a large drip pan and they will shrink up big time[p]
  • EggTimer, Sure you could. Just do it the same way you would in an oven with a pizza stone
  • WessB, I love Sweet Potatoes on the egg!!! I just put on with whatever is cooking for about an hour. They get really soft (and burn marks on the skin from being cooked directly) when they are done. Then cinnamon/sugar and Butter on them. Man it…
  • Burntofferingbbq, I just made a batch and just put it in small freezer bags (about the size of one use - quart size half full and then work the air out. it stacks nicely in the freezer this way and when I am doing ribs or something just grab 1 pac…
  • RRP,[p]I bet he is thinking of puttting the gasket material on the opening of the corian but not positive
  • Ronbo, Forgot to warn that there are pics
    in Salmon Comment by Ronbo June 2007
  • Legally Blind Egghead, 30"x18"x70" Home Depot It is not the best quality but for $69 it will serve it's purpose
  • tjv, Yeah I was feel selfish not sharing it with everyone. Plus the wife is in Peru with no internet access so she won't find out that I shared the secret. :-)
    in fajita Comment by Ronbo June 2007
  • Richard, That sounds good!!!
  • Richard, Shoot at around 250 degrees it barely even used any lump
  • thirdeye, yeah they were pretty big when I started. Plus the theme was lazy so instead of having to do dishes I just ate everything straight off the grill. I had already had 2 before I took the picture.
  • AUAtty, Try Claude's Brisket Marinade. Don't let the name fool you. I don't marinade my briskets (mainly because the one time I did I used this stuff and did not care for it). But for Fajitas...oh my.[p]
    in fajita Comment by Ronbo June 2007
  • tjv, I am glad you enjoyed them.
    in fajita Comment by Ronbo June 2007
  • guava greg, I see your a rebel through and through like me... :-). BTW - I used your guava on it and it was outstanding
  • Hehehe Heated the leftovers up and then took the long way back to my office so that the smell would drive everyone crazy...It worked! 3 people have already stopped by to see what I am eating. I still have 2 more to go...Amazing what brings me joy…
  • tjv, Sent you an email
  • thirdeye, Now were talking. Those look fantastic! I will try them this weekend
  • thirdeye, Thanks for the tip. Ah man...Now I am going to have to make them again this week try against the grain out :-)
  • Jason, Boston Butt is a very forgiving piece of meat. If it finishes a little early just wrap in foil, towel and put it into a warm cooler until you are ready for it.[p]Enjoy it
  • Coach Foerster, Cast Iron is the way to go. I think I picked that set up at Sams or Costco. I am not a chili maker but for the beans it is pretty much the same way I would make it on anything except that I use hickory for real smoke flavor instea…
  • Jwirliwnd, Thank you!!! I have submitted it under the Sides category in submitted Recipes. Ronbo's BBQ Beans[p]I hope you enjoy them
  • Ronbo, Ummmm...meatloaf not meatload