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  • Re: Hate my Dealer

    Couldn't agree more same here in Nashville at Hearth & Grill - Horrible. On the plus side, my Local Ace Hardware  (Tusculum Ace) is now selling eggs and they were incredibly nice and understanding. I just need to bring them my original paperwork and they will take over relationship - which includes warranty, my future purchases and my recommendations to others on where to buy EGG in Nashville. Prices are very good too. (not eggfest prices, but still good)
  • Re: SMOBOT Kickstarter Campaign is at 67% of their goal with a few days left!

    Sorry but "The Meater" will be the last project I ever back on Kickstarter.
  • Re: Storing and transporting smoked meat

    kdetrick said:
    Focker,
    I have an Anova and can take....... did you pull the pork after smoking then vacuum seal to reheat or do you recommend transporting the the butt whole?
    pull then bag. get the work out of the way. besides, bagging a whole butt is pretty challenging.
  • Re: Walmart Brisket

    I would trim, S&P and then smoke whole. I'd put a little aluminum foil under the edge of the flat during cook (help to keep from drying out). In my experience, Walmart (Excel brand) briskets are a little hit & miss, but I think this is excellent practice for you. Not sure where you are located but Costco has been carrying Prime Briskets for near that price. With Prime, you get more marbling and it will generally be a little more forgiving. I'd cook at ~250 degrees about 1 hour per pound until I/T 190-195 (you want it to feel jiggly it fattest part). A few chunks of oak/hickory. 
  • Re: KICKSTARTER Bulat Knives



    My shun is plenty sharp...
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