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  • Not a factory table. I got a special deal on it from a pinch a penny pool store. It was custom made and he could not sell it. I did not like it as there was not much surface to use but by adding the flip up wings... It works great. Hard to see but…
  • Yes the wings fold down to minimize storage space.
  • Another vote for Martins - Potato Rolls - Large, round, square, mini sliders - they have it covered. 
  • Yes agree docwonmug... Those other things that resemble ancient cooking devices need to go to make more room for a table and other accessories.
  • I put them back on at 225 for 2 hours. At 225 they won't burn quickly... I mixed in some sauce to coat them and provide moisture. The high fat content protects them as well. If you google "burnt ends" on the web, you can get much more detail than …
  • Burnt ends come from the point on the brisket... If you buy a brisket that is under 7-8lbs, most likely it is just the flat. The point is the thicker part that has more fat on it. After cooking the whole thing, I separated the flat and sliced it...…
  • Forgot... Soaked Apple chunks added in the fire for smoke. 
  • Rubbed and put back in fridge for 24 hours. On the egg indirect at 225 with the Guru Competitor holding everything stable for about 11 hours. A little apple juice in the drip pan. Separated the flat at 190, foiled and rested in a cooler for an hou…
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