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  • Re: To foil or not to foil. Need advice

    I always go turbo with pork butts. No foil necessary, great bark every time. I cook indirect at 350 grate temp. I've cooked 10 butts in 8 hrs. I see no need to take twice as long to produce the same product. I'm sure some will argue if it's truly the same or not, but mines pretty darn good. If I want it any better I'll go to a real BBQ joint!
  • Re: Can you Egg this?

    Dare I say rub it with Swamp Venom. . .
  • Re: Warranty question

    Firebox and fire ring are 3 or 5 years, or something like that. Base and dome are life. Explains the price, but definitely worth it.
  • Re: Brisket question of the day

    @terrabandit, actually, logic would dictate that most of the rub would stick. The salt would draw moisture to the surface, which would then allow more smoke to adhere to the moist surface.

    I do season the bottom side of my ribs, but less heavily so. However, there are no bones in brisket, so I don't see the parallel.
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