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  • Joel Johnson, I've got a butt on right now with this stuff. The buttermilk goop taste a lot better than it sounds. Give it a try. BTW - I usually drink light beer when cooking so I don't get done before the low and slow does. Cheers...... [ul][l…
  • CampCook, My brother and I cooked some of these on the grill once and ended up using them to play catch. Can you say chewy???
  • Kelly Keefe, Thanks for taking the time to get us novices(novi???) on the path to better cookin'.
  • 007, I would add to that to try the loin on the Naked Whiz site. I did it this weekend using dried tropical fruits in place of the apples and it was the best loin I ever had. My guests were calling me Emeril when they left! [ul][li]TNW Pork Loin[/…
  • willmw, I've noticed the same thing on my egg and I haven't had it but about 6 months. My daisy wheel recently has begun to stick and coincidentally I have started using a lot of wood chunks lately. Maybe that is the reason. I have used mostly hick…
  • Don S, try this [ul][li]drunk and dirty[/ul]
  • River Liver, Don't mean to start a debate. I too used to be a "chicken can guy" but after I started lurking on the forum I discovered Spatchcocking. I highly recommend it. Much easier and tasty too. You should find the recipe in the archives. Try i…
  • RRP, Texas Pete is mild relative to Tabasco. I grew up in NC and now live in AL and it is readily available in both places. Must be a southern thang!
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