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  • Re: ThermoWorks TW8060 vs Maverick ET-73

    Yes, the remote read on the Maverick is nice.  The consistency is also amzing, mine always reads HHH or LLL.      >:P

    I have been through three sets of probes in less than year, and two receiver/transmitter combos and it still sucks.  Now, they want me to return the until for testing....aint going to happen.

    I hate Maverick, period.

    Why won't you return it for testing?  It's not like it's doing you any good right now.......what do you have to lose?  Give them a chance to fix the thing or ask for your money back.
    Time & Trouble, Shipping & Handling.
  • Re: Machaca Brisket Beef and Pulled Pork Tacos

    This recipe sounds and looks so good, I'm making it tonight for service tomorrow.  I have one question for the OP and all others with an OP-inion   ;)  :

    Since it is primarily a braising method, the only chance the meat has to pick up some smokiness is during the sear (because its foiled after that).  How might I go about adding some more smoke flavor to the meat?  Or, is the sear going to give it enough smoke and I just need to trust that it will?

    TIA!
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