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post #21 of 26
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Just has the two side exhausts, had a pipe made up and was waiting to see how it burned before selecting the location, but after cooking on it, decided not to mess with whatever formula is going on in it. I knew it would cook, but never thought so well.

The only problem is when it rains, it kills the temp from the flat top, plus , when the rain hits the top of the firebox and cools the lid, the lid sticks until it warms back up. Im going to weld on a roof on top of it.

And i finally broke down and bought one of these today
post #22 of 26
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Just has the two side exhausts, had a pipe made up and was waiting to see how it burned before selecting the location, but after cooking on it, decided not to mess with whatever formula is going on in it. I knew it would cook, but never thought so well.

The only problem is when it rains, it kills the temp from the flat top, plus , when the rain hits the top of the firebox and cools the lid, the lid sticks until it warms back up. Im going to weld on a roof on top of it.

And i finally broke down and bought one of these today


AND...... what was it.....
post #23 of 26
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Thats one of the reasons you dont see me post as often, its getting difficult to post and ive not the time to figure out why, was trying to post my new 35 ton log splitter
post #24 of 26
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Started doing brisket today, this is how we do it in Tampa
post #25 of 26
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Started doing brisket today, this is how we do it in Tampa...


How's that ?? You cut the brisket into strips and smoke it ??? If so, that's a cool idea.... I like it....
post #26 of 26
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Pic might be deceiving, thats 1/2. Of a 15 lb . Probably the smaller of the two halves. But yeah, always cut them length wise and get two "loins" out of each. Chill overnight and slice them cold. Wrap the slices back into a loaf in foil, add some saved drippings to the packed, and warm it up as needed on the grill. Ill try to post some slices later this morning
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