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  • Alright guys, confession time. This is probably enough to get me kicked off the forum. I added all the parts to my cart at CGS and chickened out at the last moment when I saw the total over $200. I went by my local hardware store and found that all …
  • Changing gears for a quick second - Woo + 15" stone, does that provide about the same coverage over the fire as the platesetter? Do you also put the 16" drip pan on the stone to increase coverage? I've been wanting a good pizza stone anyway, so this…
  • da87 - the cook time is amazing. My record is 20 hours and still had some lump left when I shut it down.  Interesting info regarding BTU. Makes sense now that you mention it. My non scientific observation is this -  I can routinely run an all ni…
  • This thread makes me thirsty. Sipped some Eagle Rare bourbon earlier and inexpensive chardonnay with dinner. 
  • Good info everyone. I attempted an all nighter last weekend with the RO small pieces and had temp issues all night long. It eventually ran out of coal at the 9-10 hour mark after starting with a full load and trying to keep it around 250. I did some…
  • Thanks for the reassurance all. I picked up a bunch of Kamodo Joe during the costco road show so i'll be set for a while. I am glad to hear that Royal Oak is still a viable option as well. 
  • I think I will try the boiling method as well. I am a home brewer and have a nice big kettle that will do the job. Hopefully my future brews won't taste fowl
  • Excellent information, thanks to both of you and for the recipe. How long should I plan for the goose? I have butts coming off around 10 am and hope to have the birds finished around 4pm. I don't want to put the birds on too soon. 
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