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  • if the grid is under 40 you shouldn't need to
    in Lube Comment by danv23 November 15
  • stlcharcoal said: THEBuckeye said: I drove for an hour and a half on Friday to an Ace to buy Rockwood. The purported 3-bag option may be worth it - depending on the price and shipping.  If you're in Suwanee, there should be at lea…
    in FireCraft Comment by danv23 November 9
  • Go to a Blackhawks game if they are in town, and get there in time for and do not miss the National Anthem.  There is no other sporting event like it.
    in OT-Chicago Comment by danv23 November 9
  • Biggreengreg said: Hello All, I recently relocated to Hong Kong and was forced to downsize my LG egg for the Mini Max, all things considered I was over the moon when it arrived in one piece!  Talk about grilling with a view : ).  The problem n…
  • My favorite tried and true easy and cheap, which is what I use on steaks as well, is Lawry's season salt, fresh cracked pepper, Ms. Dash.  Season and throw in the fridge for 24 hours (steaks too) on a rack with a pan underneath.
  • lousubcap said: @danv23 - Short answer -YES. But , since you can't let it go...Bringing it on-line...your PM"(Sep 2nd) -Was thinking about trimming and seasoning this evening (lawrys, pepper, ms dash - same as i do for steaks) and leave it in t…
  • lousubcap said: @danv23 - I doubt " I think I went over this with you before too" regarding brisket rub happened as I am fine with my home-made rub for brisket...   Wow. My bad. Right?
  • The_Buffalo said: Let me ask if there is something that can be done here. I looked for an add-on but didn't find anything for resizing pictures. That being said when uploading try resizing them before uploading to the site for  Thank you!!!
  • jeffwit said: @kl8ton I’m using an iPhone 8 on ATT LTE. 2 bars of service at the moment. At the moment, I was being facetious. Both pictures loaded, but the downsized CL picture loaded instantaneously, while the original took a while.  It seems…
  • poster said: yup, even longer to upload them It's like GD dial-up!!!
  • lousubcap said: @JNDATHP - Great looking bark developing right there.   I would be interested in your assessment of the the Hard Core Carnivore on a brisket.  I am looking for a good commercial rub as I am getting too lazy to make my own. I fou…
  • Great tips!!!!!
  • He was a good man.  And a good bowler.
  • First time i ever preseasoned for 24 hours.  I will never not preseason for 24 hours.  My go-to is simple, same as I do for steaks.  Lawry's season salt, pepper, Ms. Dash, post oak chunks (lots of em).  It was mt best, ever.
  • Stuss said: @tarheelmatt - Big fan of BJ's too but not one in the area.   Used to be one in my area. Then i got married and they disappeared.
  • JMCXL said: Thanks for the feedback. I will talk to a new butcher and try this again with above mentioned ratios Let me know how it turns out brother.
  • I do 40% chuck, 40% brisket flat, 20% boneless short rib (all from costco), all hand trimmed and run through my Cabelas grinder twice by yours truly .  Best blend you'll ever taste.  Took a lot of different meats and grinds to come up with that, and…
  • WeberWho said: lkapigian said: I have this, the display detatches so if you have larger items , converts to grams has tear weight an 11 pound capacity 49.00 Thanks lkapigian! Best scale I've ever owned right there.
  • kweitz said: Thank you sir! I should not be drinking beer at 2am Yes, you should.
  • Was it better than or same as using a point?
  • epcotisbest said: danv23 said: $147 on Walmart website today. I pulled up the Walmart website and made the 1500 Market Place Blvd., Cumming GA Walmart my local store, and it showed the Akorn Jr. at $91 and then brickseek shows t…
  • $147 on Walmart website today.
  • 3 Eggs, 3 caps.
  • Not so here in Cumming, GA.  Used to, don't anymore.  Stock up while it lasts.
  • I ordered one of their calibrate capable models.  When it arrived, it could not be calibrated and was not reading 212 at boiling.  They sent a replacement, which the temp would not move in boiling from 100 unless i tapped it on the counter.  They se…
  • Bluegill is my all time favorite
  • RRP said: OregonChuck said: I have two issues. I need a new gasket and have seen mention of a Rutland gasket - I'd like more info about them and details about how to order. And what is difference between Rutland  and Nomex gasket - the…
  • After making several briskets, with burnt ends of course, but for the first time I cooked them for 8 hours, where normally just a few hours.  They were amazing and will continue to do them this way.  After I cubed them, I put them in a foil pan, sau…
  • YukonRon said: @lousubcap is the real deal when it is about brisket on the egg. I have followed in his wake more than once, to produce an exceptional result, each and every time. I have seen it stated on here, "sometimes the cow just wins". Usi…
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