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  • Re: taking down statues

  • Re: Rock-in Robin's whats happen en in da music world....

    Watched Gary Clark Jr crush Voodoo Child when he was a teenage playing on 6th Street in Austin. I can only imagine what he is capable of now.
  • Re: 1980s Egg

    Although it would probably be fine, i would hesitate to modify something with that much sentimental value.
  • Re: OT-CharGriller Akorn Jr (long and lots of pics)-OT

    Thanks. I knew about the smoking stone, just too cheap to buy one. =)

    No butcher twine.

    I found the 14" grid at Ace. No one seems to carry them locally any more. These guys had ONE left.
    Sure looked like twine wrapped around the cut end of the bone.

    Anyways, twine also comes in handy when coiling ribs to fit.

    Yes, I drank the Kool Aid, but only 6 times (actually, I think they were margaritas!). I will never have to buy a new grill ever again, while you will be buying a new ugly red 3 legged thing in -I'm guessing- a YEAR.
    You ma'am are sorely misinformed.

    Adorable in your loyalty, but misinformed.
  • Re: OT-CharGriller Akorn Jr (long and lots of pics)-OT

    The Akorn Jr smoking stone just became available again. I decided to grab one and ditch my Joe Jr stone with its improvised coathanger support.

    Not much space between the lump and the grate so I figured every mm helps with airflow.

    I made 4 pie pan spacers by crumpling up a small ball of foil, then stamping it into a shallow dome shape using the bottom of an unopened beer can. No burning within the pan, but I do add some beer to the pan every couple hours.

    Nice use of the butcher twine to keep that roast compact and use of the WSM grid. I see myself getting one of those in the future if I can buy it separately.
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