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post #21 of 27
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Originally Posted by forluvofsmoke View Post





Way to keep the smoker busy!

 

Your wife will get accustomed to the camera eventually. My kids ask me if I took all the pictutes I wanted to get before they start eating...it's become a tradition of sorts, and we all have fun with it.

 

I'll await the finale' on this one!

 

Eric

 

Same thing here. My wife though I was crazy at first but now she is usually the one taking a lot of the pictures as she doesn't like if I take sloppy pictures. She will come around.
 

 

post #22 of 27
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Originally Posted by cromag View Post

baby backs are on now and at 4:45 it's picture taking time.. My wife asked why I insist on taking photos after every smoke.. I'm just a proud parent I told her and she called me a jack ass th_wsmsmile0ly.gif


LOL---I never got the "Jack ass" comment. I used to get what I would guess most of us got for awhile---The old "head-shaking" thing.

That stopped now, and she actually helps with the pictures.

Guess she figured. "If you can't beat 'em---join 'em!".

 

 

Bear

 

post #23 of 27

Yeah, I think we've all been through the camera/smoking process.  In my case, as long as I'm doing the cooking, I can take pictures all I want.  She brings the knife and fork.  Works for me.  Welcome to the mystery's of making smoke and meat come together in a great meal.

post #24 of 27

Hey, Cromagpot.gif  Slow down and you'll have more time for BEER (or what have you).tune that drum to 200* to 220* and enjoy life,

I really hope that brisky was  not burned, but it DID look a bit smallish in the before shot.

In any case, remember to ,biggrin.gif

post #25 of 27

Did you get any shots of it sliced?

post #26 of 27

I'm getting a headache just trying to keep up Hahahahha

 

I will probably start with a UDS so this is is a wonderful thread !

 

First - my lady already calls me a jack-ass! So I'm good there

 

Second - taking photos is a great idea because (not only) do you "see" your documentation but your digital camera gives you a tme stamp.  In my profession documentation is critical - so you need all the help you can get. After you enjoyed your feast you can see and calculate progression.

 

Thank you all :-)

 

Happy smokin'

post #27 of 27

I agree with the others about getting a good remote thermo to monitor the food and the chamber.  You food seems to look good but without the sliced shots it is hard to tell

 

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