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It doesn’t get much hotter than the EGG cookin’ in July! Make sure to keep yourself hydrated with a bit of whatever you’re using for the Beer Can Chicken. Ice Cream Sandwiches are also a great way to stay cool. Looking for some great ideas for a summer cook out? Try out a Pimento Cheeseburger or Dr. BBQ’s Spare Rib Surprise. Just don’t be surprised if your neighbors stop by for a quick bite when they smell what you’re cooking!

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  • Re: Traditional skewers vs The Fire Wire for Kabobs.........

    @fishlessman that's a great idea with the double skewer. I love eating kabobs but I find making them infuriating with everything spinning around on a single skewer. 
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  • Re: Calling out Byethrash

    blasting said:
    cazzy said We're all friends here 
    yeah right, lol.  If by friends you mean wanting to run each other down with a truck, then that makes sense I suppose...
    Not at all, I agree with @cazzy 100% on this one. We are all friends around here.... Until folks try and advertise, promote, or in any other way try and make a profit off of the community. When that happens people around here are smart enough to realize it, and they don't appreciate people trying to play them like a fool. 

    From what I've found in my 2 years here is help out others when you can, enjoy the crazy threads however you want (respectfully as can be) and you'll be just fine. 

    Egos and 'internet millionaires in the making' don't seem to last too long. 


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  • Re: Calling out Byethrash

    bgebrent said:
    Pouring fine Bourbon over an ice cube.  I'm a newbie and stepping aside.
    Been enjoying Knob Creek 120 select while reading through all of these threads and loving every minute. 

    Hey @BigGreenCraig a piece of advice from someone who has enjoyed your cook posts and has no steak in this game (forgive the pun).

    Relax. 

    Unless you're just trying to stir the pot for page views.... In which case get some man grates, rub everything in desperado rubs and sauces and make your troll status official. 

    But I digress, cook on brothers and sisters. 
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  • Re: Devastated!

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  • Re: Noob question - new lump on top of or under old?

    I stir the old lump to shake out the old ash as well, however when I add the new lump I'll stir it all again to mix the old lump in with the new. I find that this helps to reduce hot spots in the lump. 
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