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  • chadpsualum said: Action_Hank said: Good idea using the trimmings from the brisket.  What are you injecting in the shoulders? I second this...I had not thought of using the trimmings in that manner.  Does anyone else here do tha…
  • Action_Hank said: Good idea using the trimmings from the brisket.  What are you injecting in the shoulders? I bought an expensive highly concentrated apple juice from the store. I injected the brisket with beef broth
  • lousubcap said: Tried the embedded link; came up with "This webpage is not available" Looking forward to the pics and info-enjoy.  Hopefully you won the league last year to off-set some of the $$$.   Try it again. I posted it early and…
  • brisket, 2 shoulders and 1 belly tonight so it will be ready tomorrow around 5:00. Then at 9:00 - 10:00 pm on Friday I will cook the other 2 shoulders and pork belly for his party at 3:00 pm on Saturday.
  • The pic I saw was chopped brisket stuffed under the skin and in the cavity. It wasn't like a turducken or turbrisket. It wasn't wrapped. Just beautiful chopped brisket inside skin and cavity. 
  • I am looking for photos now. I just got the new Iphone so a lot of my pics are gone. I have done the boudin stuffed turkey for 5 years and it is AMAZING!!! It is pretty expensive to have the boudin shipped to Michigan every yeat but worth it. My inl…
  • Cool thanks. There was a ton of hard fat on the brisket. Probably lost a 1/4 of its weight
  • He is from Ohio what do you expect? Probably an Ohio state fan too.
  • Very impressive. You are a true chef.
  • I agree. I want to try reverse sear but I grille them 90 sec, rotate then another 90 sec then flip and do the same. Take off grille and rest for 8 min. Greatest steak I have ever tasted. It is a char crust because of the high heat but most upscale s…
  • Awesome!!! The forum is so friendly and so helpful. I should clarify I " would like " to keep the accessories under 500 but if I have to spend 2000 on accessories to have all off the essential tools to make the best food in the world I will. Like I …
  • Thanks that is exactly what I am looking for. I love to cook pizza on the grille so I am also going to buy the pizza stone. I say I only want to spend 500 on accessories I guarantee I walk out of the store with at least 1000 worth of accessories. Pi…
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