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Thanks guys. That looks sweet! Umm, $56 . . . ouch.
Those pictures look like the Woo for the small. The current mini woo is just a ring with two bars:
Bend test is good for full racks but I have moved to the toothpick test since occsionally I cut the racks or if you are also cooking the flap meat from trimmed spares toothpick worlks for me. No resistance in or out and you …
OK, had a chance to try a few reverse sear methods. I have to admit, the flavor is noticeably better. More smoke and more herb flavor. I did not get the tenderness that I wanted but that could also be the fact that I used grass-fed ribeyes from P…
Before I bought my Stoker (still feels like cheating when I use it) I found it impossible to pull an overnight without stacking the lump in three segments: large, medium, small. Hit the link for more details
You'll probably find eggers about 50/50 on this issue. When using an electric starter I leave the lid open until the coals catch and then I close it. With a conventional, flame starter I shut the lid after lighting it. I find it easier to monitor…
@Eggcelsior - Ouch!
@Irishdevl - http://www.urbandictionary.com/products.php?defid=2129109
The shoulder turned out great. Not as much bark as a "L&S" but great flavor and as crispy as I had hoped.
My philosophy is usually keep it simple stupid. Why mess with a good thing.
I see my abrasive sense of humor has earned me some infamy here.
I guess I was thinking the carmalization (is that a word?) of the molas…