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@hoffmand - with the risk of sounding like a smart a$$ which I am not trying to be. If you would have checked your bags and those pics had been attached to the original post there wouldn't have been 4 pages of drama on h…
Alright, back on topic. I opened up the bag that shipped alone in the smaller box and it's beautiful
And here are the bigger pieces from the bag that was split open. These are cooking chicken breasts now.
And these are the small pieces i put …
I'm not upset with anyone, especially not @stlcharcoal. I'm sure he loves charcoal more than any of us.
I'll use all 5 bags and I'm sure they'll be fine. I'll mix in the smaller pieces from the bag that split open and my brisket won't know the dif…
I've had it look similar, but still had only minimal chips and dust when I burned through the bag. Open the worst looking bag first, and then see how the contents are.
Luckily the worst bag was already opened :-) I dumped…
Were you an OO user before? I'd like to hear a comparison if you were.
I have only used OO prior to this and these are my first bags of Rockwood. I'm running out of options in Central Texas though. Either mail order Rock…
Where do you live? If you're in the Austin area I know where you can save quite a bit off retail on the 30
Where's that at? I'll be drive thru Austin tomorrow.
CB Hardware in Cedar Park. Friend of m…
Resurrecting an old thread to ask a question.
Anyone think a paper grocery sack could be used as a substitute for plain butcher paper? Think it would hold up, or would it more likely disintegrate all over the meat?
You mentioned Cedar Park in one …
For plain cast iron pans I use and like Lodge. For enameled Dutch ovens I have a few Le Creuset and one Costco/Kirkland "Made in France" 6.5qt. It's just as nice as the LC but much cheaper. Same price as the enameled Lodge that are made in China.
You can FTC with any regular cooler, doesn't have to be a Yeti. Preheat the cooler with hot tap water and you'll be fine.
Now, if you need to keep ice for extended fishing or hunting trips then that's a whole different conversation. But FTC will w…
I like a nice bark on ribs so I've never wrapped them. I've wrapped brisket before, a la Franklin, but didn't notice anything different. I bought a 1000' foot roll of the paper he uses and now my kids use it mostly for arts and crafts.
All fine and well except different manufacturers use different stitches.
Good point. I pretty much only use Ozark Oak anymore so I can vouch for it working on those. Just pick at the knot a couple times and it opens right up.