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well, there are two muscles that can make up a brisket. the bottom portion is called the flat and the top portion is called the point. the packer is when they are package together. It is more complex then that and the true experts will weigh in but …
stew be patient. it does take awhile to get a good understanding of this thing.
but, as other eluded to make sure that the firebox opening on the bottom is aligned with the grate opening. it sounds to me as this is an airflow issue and not really …
I have held 200 for an overnight butt cook. But I have have been wondering the same question as I have a friend who runs a BBQ joint in Texas and cooks his briskest at 180 and was thinking about trying the approach the next ti…
I have held 200 for an overnight butt cook.
But I have have been wondering the same question as I have a friend who runs a BBQ joint in Texas and cooks his briskest at 180 and was thinking about trying the approach the next time I do a brisket.
all the pros have been addressed.
The only con, is the $. While understand the market for these isn't huge the price-point is about $75 to $100 more then it needs to be.
all in all, would i purchase my Guru again? oh hell yes! The convenience…
If I am not mistaken I think they are one in the same as it is a maverick rebranded for the BGE.
I have one as I talked the dealer into to a discount when I bought the egg and it works really well since I learned to cook to temp and not time.
+1 to waht VI and Nola.
I am a Nikon guy. When I was looking to upgrade I found the greatest deal with features in a Nikon at the time and have contained to stay w/ them and upgrade. Additinally after using my neighbors camera as test for a few we…
do you foil during the cook? I am going to do my first brisket tomorrow and it sounds like the rib argument as to if you should foil or not. I haven't on anything else during the cook so why start now?
now FTC i agree in a believe in!
Nice score and they are nice bikes.
I have been contemplating trading in my st1300 for one of these. But I don't want to give up the extended windshield coverage for winter and rain riding.
Give us an overall report after you return it.
I have a Guru WiFi and am really happy with it. I have not had connectivity issues, I have been using it for about a year. Checking the temperature of your turkey while out on a mtn bike ride is pretty sweet. Haha
This is actually why I…
here is how I did it. The wheels make it incredibly easy for moving over the grass. I didn't put them directly on the nest as I was concerned about changing the CG and having it higher up which could potentially create a tipping point.
Having two minis I find is great for versatility and easy weeknight cooks. Ie baked potatoes at 350 on one and steaks or other meat at different temp on the other. It makes it easy to judge bith cooks so both are done at the same time
He reminds of all the motorcycle shows where the people have no respect for their tools and would use a screw driver as a pry bar. You need to know how to treat and take care of your tools. You take care of them and they will take care of you.