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  • Re: Grate Suggestions

    Tsyras said:
    Hotch said:
    Call Tom at The Ceramic Grill Store and order the PSWoo. It works great with my Hi-Que S/S grid as you can see in the pic!
    Already got one actually, but mainly just use it today as an easy way to deal with platesetter.

    It sounds like people here have success grilling raised on the PSwoo. I could def use some advice on cooking raised.

    Lets say I would normally grill chicken between 350-400F dome and about 5-6 minutes on each side. If I raise the grid, how would I change to get good results? When I tried this it felt more like I was baking the chicken instead of grilling, so I just stuck with grilling with a lower grid.

    Edit: Just ordered the grid. I have spent way too much money on accessories for my grill. Thankfully my wife doesn't ask many questions lol.
    If you raise the level of the lump, it will be closer to the cooking grid. I will typically always load the lump to the top of the fire ring when I need to "Grill" proteins in a quick manner. Those steaks I grilled for Christmas dinner were great. Used full load and the whole top of the lump was glowing red! I use a mapp torch to light the complete top of the lump. Eliminates hot and cold spots.
  • Re: My Franklin BBq Pilgrimage - Los Angeles to Austin Tx in 24 hrs - A Day In Pictures

    Glad you enjoyed the trip to Franklin's and Texas!
    I worked in SOCAL back in 1997 selling Smog machines. Chatsworth was one of a few cities I had in my territory.
  • Re: Just ordered a pitmaker vault

    I remember that @SGH Scottie cranked his Pit Maker Vault to 425 trying to get that last Brisket to break loose at the first Brisket Camp! Took another 20 minutes to finish but it had finally relaxed and had the jiggle! Tasted great also. =)

    Congrats Scott on the new cooker!
  • Re: Brisket Question

    JMCXL said:
    Very happy with this cook

    Nicely done sir!! =)
  • Re: The Maiden Voyage

    I think I need a pizza bike with two Roccboxes!!

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