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  • Re: First Time Injecting Boston Butt

    I just liked a Falcons fan's post.. I feel like I need to go take a shower..  :-&



    >:)
  • Re: Smoke ring troubles? Centex can help.

    LOL.. I Ryan Brauned it..

    Or how about the Melky Cabrera.. When you tell everyone you cooked some great stuff but really paid someone else too..
  • Re: Allen Brothers Steak

    I was thinking about ordering a few specialty dry aged steaks from here. But before I drop some pretty serious coin I wanted to know the general consensus on buying from places like this. I don't have any high end butchers that I know of where I can get bone in rib roasts and dry aged steaks locally.
    You might want to try calling Rick's Meat Hook in Long Beach.. He might have some or be willing to do it for you.  I know he carries rib roasts though.
  • Re: Discussion approval?

    I've tried re-posting my draft several times..

    For some reason, the forum doesn't like my use of direct links to my Facebook images of the brisket.. Maybe something in the URL is throwing up a filter flag.  Previous posts haven't had this problem though.

    I was so proud of the results.. It was a 3.5 lb premium reserve, grain fed, angus beef brisket from Sam's.. It was part of the flat and the point.. Had perfect marbling..

    I lucked upon it and some oak chunks at Academy and the results were amazing.. CT's right about oak and brisket.. They go together well.

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  • Re: Smoke in the attic?

    I could always say I was attempting a large scale cold smoker, amirite?
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