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  • darnoc, the stone is a cheapie from the local kitchen gadget store. I don't have a good ceramic stone yet. The temp was aout 475° by the dome thermometer. The biscuits are easy to make and turn out well if not over mixed.[p]Bill
  • thirdeye, it sounds like there are plenty of uses for the leftover fattie. Hopefully I'll have time to try the sausage with some DP Firewalk on Sunday AM. Lots of peppers for ABTs right now too. So many good ideas on this forum and so little time. …
  • JD, As mentioned earlier cedar, cypress and white oak are good and less expensive choices for outdoor use. Teak and mahogany are excellent choices, but are costly. These woods are all strong and easy to work with. Cypress and cedar weather well and …
  • Retired RailRoader, I used my Super Peel today and share your enthusiasm for the product. It's so easy to transfer a pizza to the stone no matter how many toppings are on the crust. I recommend ordering a second cloth belt for the peel so there is n…
  • I talked with the folks at Hearthside yesterday (8/2) regarding a back ordered plate sitter. Elizabeth informed me that Hearthside has already switched to Primo cookers because they couldn't get their calls and emails to the Mother Ship answered. He…
  • I talked with the folks at Hearthside yesterday (8/2) regarding a back ordered plate sitter. Elizabeth informed me that Hearthside has already switched to Primo cookers because they couldn't get their calls and emails to the Mother Ship answered. He…
  • I tried that too. On mine the boss is too tall to allow the washer to contact the flange of the damper and create resistance, so I added the lock washer. I think there is enough spring in the washer to keep some pressure on the damper no matter what…
  • Thanks to all who responded to my daisy wheel question. I followed uncbbq's link to the NW site for his explanation of the fix. Positioning the daisy wheel so that the damper (pendulum) will hang straight down without swinging when the dome is opene…
  • Let the butts rest in the foil/towel wrap until they are cool enough to handle. Pull the pork, add a small amount of your favorite BBQ sauce and mix. If you have access to a Food Saver vacuum system, divide the pork into bag sized portions and vacuu…
  • Let the butts rest in the foil/towel wrap until they are cool enough to handle. Pull the pork, add a small amount of your favorite BBQ sauce and mix. If you have access to a Food Saver vacuum system, divide the pork into bag sized portions and vacuu…
  • CT Grillguy, I would use these clay pots indirect for two reasons. They might crack from uneven heating and the beans would likely burn in the bottom with direct heat.[p]Bill
  • okesomkie, spatchcock refers to a procedure for cutting up a chicken. Using poultry shears cut the chicken from end to end as close to the backbone as possible and repeat the cut on the other side of the backbone, thus removing the backbone. Press t…
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