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I have done these for a neighborhood cookout. I did 18 of them. I did american cheese cut in pieces, Cheddar cheese, cheddar and pre cooked bacon. cheddar and chared jalapenos, mushroom and blue cheeese. They were big but went fast.
Sounds like you have a great plan. I cook my butts based on how I want to eat them. I like nacho and sandwiches myself. So I wrap mine when eating it that way. If I eat it as a plate meal I do not wrap I like the bark.
I turbo cook all my butts. I cook them at 350 grill until int of 160. Then I double wrap HD foil until 200 or 205. I take them off. Wrap in a towel for about 1 hour in a cooler. I can do 10LB butt in 6 or 7 hours.
I just bought a Weber that does exactly what you describe. Think it was about $20 or so. Got mine at Ace Hardware.
Got the same one but bought at lowe's. Thick and well built. Works on large and XL.
I also cook for four. I have trouble on a large for four. I like left overs. I normally cook six chicken breat when doing chicken or five ribeyes. IMO I would not go smaller than a large. If you do sides and main on the grill I think the large will …
Looks far too flimsy to me. What would you cook on it? Wings and ABT's? I'm always worried about what happens to metal not designed to be exposed to high heat.
we have that not for egging for storage it sucks. SWMBO bought i…
There some threads about chix breasts wrapped with prosciutto or bacon that looked mighty tasty. Can't remember who did them but they looked mighty good.
I just did the bacon wrapped breasts last Weekend. They were great …
I have to add I did put corn starch on the wings before cooking after the spices. I think it helped the Moore's stick better. Also no butter when I mix in the sauce at the end. Butter makes them less hot.
No not the egg. I have smoke coming out every where when I start mine. Path of least resistance. Once it is going it comes out the top. Just hang in there man you have some great people on here they really are great cooks and helpful. I have never b…
Thanks guys! Parchment paper doesn't burn or melt does it?
I have had it burn and turn color but I do have flair ups when I open the egg. It does not affect the taste of the pizza however. Also I most likely am doin…
@RRP The wings were my best ever. I pulled them out of the bag put some Vodoo rub on them (Local hot rub), cayenne pepper and black pepper. cooked at 350 - 400 direct. Pulled off into a SS bowl put Moore's wings sauce with some Frank's. I posted a p…
And another one is converted!! Yes!! :-bd Your starting your own cult. And you did come from Waco also.
I'm starting to see a trend here.First I pull them in with wings, then I get them…
I did the same thing last weekend with a 10 pound butt. I
was so disappointed in the flavor. I wanted it hot and spicy. I rubbed mine
same way but I use a hot local rub called vodoo. I have used it before and had
great success. I like to add…
I agree with any of the above gloves. I have like 5 pair all different thickness. I plan my moves before I make them. I like to know what to move. When to move and where to move and who is near. I know it sounds like over kill but that PS gets hot n…