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21 hours of goodness

CoburnCoburn Posts: 21
edited 6:30AM in EggHead Forum
17lbs total, let em rest for 2 hours and they just fell apart. Wanted to take pics of the final product, but was too buzy fighting off the guests. Here are the before and after shots...

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Comments

  • pouchmanpouchman Posts: 73
    They look great & probably taste better! Is that a Guru on the table?. I have a large & an XL and I need a blower. I haven't taken the plunge yet, but I need one. Did you have to add any lump during the cook?
  • CoburnCoburn Posts: 21
    pouchman wrote:
    They look great & probably taste better! Is that a Guru on the table?. I have a large & an XL and I need a blower. I haven't taken the plunge yet, but I need one. Did you have to add any lump during the cook?

    Yeah, thats the ProCom4 and it is nothing short of outstanding; kept the hole cook with 5 degrees of 225. I tried Ozark lump for the 1st time and it seemed to burn a little quick so I did need to add more lump in the last 4-5 hours.
  • JLOCKHART29JLOCKHART29 Posts: 5,897
    Bet every one enjoyed it! ;) Ozark Oak is what I use. Never find scrap or lots of small chunks. Saw your full cooking set up in earler post. NICE!
  • kolbdriverkolbdriver Posts: 403
    Jay, Where do you get the Ozark Oak? I can not find it in Magnolia or Texarkana... :ermm:
  • CoburnCoburn Posts: 21
    I bought a couple of bags through Amazon.com
  • Nice looking set up. Good looking bark; tasty, too, I'd surmise.
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