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Sea2Ski said:I am rounding the southern tip of New Zealand, offshore about 15 miles from land.
I was thinking that the UK fans' shirts would just have bullseyes on them.YukonRon said:Will the T Shirts for us from Kentucky, 8 time NCAA champions, most wins ever, be written in crayon? No generators? This crowd, not drinking will make more noise than a couple of generators!
Jeepster47 said:1) as per @nolaegghead dripping fat will burn at 400 to 500 degrees F ... imparting a bad smoke
2) on a wing cook at 340 degrees, the upper surface of the plate setter measured 540 degrees F
It seems obvious that protection is needed to alleviate any burnt fat smoking from tainting the protein!
There are posted cooks with the plate setter:
2) covered with aluminum foil
3) covered via a drip pan setting on the plate setter
4) covered via a drip pan raised off the plate setter to form an air gap
I utilize option 4 above ... always. OCD or not?