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  • Nice. I do the same with my wild boar shoulders. I have two waiting in the freezer for my wife's 40th birthday party. How much does that one weigh?
  • What is HDAF?
  • I'll be doing an overnight cook of a wild boar shoulder.
  • I like that idea! Looks like a break back where I'd cut it in half and bend it like that. Buckeye, if you do it this way take lots of pictures and write details. I want to know.
  • How much bigger is the pig? Do you have multilevel capabilities on your egg? You can cut it in half right behind the rib cage and have a front half and a back half and go with two levels if you have a multilevel cooking grate...or see if it would ar…
  • I'm getting chest pains just looking at it! Looks like that basket weaving course paid off.
  • Sweet! Let me think about his a sec... 6 lbs of boiled dinner or 6 lbs of pastrami? I think I'll try pastrami! And I'll let all y'all know how it turned out.
  • Is there going to be more information coming out about the Eggs by the Bay?
  • Thanks guys, I'm from Petaluma CA. I bought this large bge from Rex Ace Hardware. Great people there. They are eggheads big time. I have lots of experience with cooking and bbq. I'm a hunter...pigs are year round and deer for a few months over the…
  • Get some pork fat from the butcher. Probably one part pork fat to four parts venison. This is how I grind it and how I make my sausage too. Slice the pork fat about an half inch to one inch strip and chop it to little chunks. Do the same with the ve…
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