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I'm in for an order of WW. If there is a few in Dallas area wanting to go in, a pallet or two is a good deal.
Two Butts with the dome and grill temps
You see the actual and the target temps
Life is good!! Wait I just got a tweet from my egg.
Fire(Fire 1) =209.9/240
Probe(Fire 2) =239.9/250;
Probe(Meat 1) =74.4/200;
Probe(Meat 2) =69.3/200;
We have done 4-6 in in one evening, We started early and pre made 2-3. As they were cooking we had the guests build their own. It takes a lot of counter space but it makes for a fun evening with all involved.
I liked the WGWW so much I bought a full pallet. I was
fed up with lump not being consistent in temp and burn rate. So my motto is
"Find one you like and stick with it". That is until you find one
I followed my neighbor to a local BBQ cook-off a few weeks back. He had smoked devil eggs for his "open category". Started off already cooked and cold. Put 24 in a foil pan, heavy smoke and low temp for 45 min. Removed cut in half, prepped the yokes…
One of the first things I cooked was a pork butt. Simple, low and slow. It helped me gain experience in temperature control. You can search the forum for info on the how to. I would look for a small one and start early in the morning. It could take …