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post #21 of 35

The correct answer in th_dunno-1[1].gif. I have 10 acres so I still have roomth_Slab_of_meat.gif.

Happy smoken.

David

post #22 of 35
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Originally Posted by Wade View Post
 

I currently have 7 (5 smoker/grills and 2 smokers) and that is as far as I think I can push her understanding at the moment. Two of the grills are gas and so are not used very much.

 

 

 

All except the gas ones were in use this weekend.

 

Unfortunately one side-effect of buying more smokers is that you also have to buy more digital thermometers :biggrin:

 

 

She knows that I want a new WSM but I think if I buy one now the divorce settlement may mean it would work out more expensive than I bargained for - Lol

 

I sure hope you own a food business :icon_eek:  how many people are you smoking for?

post #23 of 35
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Originally Posted by Wade View Post
 

 

 

Of course I did not mention my gas Crepe grill before as I was not sure if that counted... but I suppose it should

 

Is that now a tie? rofl.gif

 

 

That is sweet, no tie Dude you are in the lead...just don't die on us just to win.

post #24 of 35
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Originally Posted by PadronMan View Post
 

I sure hope you own a food business :icon_eek:  how many people are you smoking for?

 

Last weekend I was catering for over 30. Annual family summer party.

 

2 thick whole Briskets (12 pound total)

8 racks of ribs - meat still on (17 pound total) 

2 whole pork shoulders (10 pound total)

2 large chickens (8 pound total)

 

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/168404/summer-event#post_1227013

post #25 of 35

He who dies with the most toys wins.

Happy smoken.

David

post #26 of 35
I doubt my wife would ever complain about my outdoor cooking/smoking gear, but if she does THIS THREAD IS MY TRUMP CARD!!!!! Woo Hoo! I need to go shopping!
post #27 of 35
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Originally Posted by Noboundaries View Post

I doubt my wife would ever complain about my outdoor cooking/smoking gear, but if she does THIS THREAD IS MY TRUMP CARD!!!!! Woo Hoo! I need to go shopping!

 

Careful playing those cards......she may beat you on the "River" :icon_eek:

post #28 of 35
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Originally Posted by themule69 View Post
 

I sure am glad Mrs. Red made you get rid of the MES :icon_wink:.  IT is in a good place now.

 

 

 

Happy smoken.

David

 

Yeah David...its in a good place, and I'm glad to see its still goin' strong!!  :beercheer:

 

Red

post #29 of 35

Wow, so glad it isn't just me. :biggrin:

I have an electric commercial fridge conversion, a 1st gen MES30 w/ mailbox mod, a Weber 22.5 OTG, a Charbroil American series horizontal, and a Charbroil 5-burner propane grill. Of these, I rarely use the Charbroils any more. I do use the side burner on the propane grill to start my charcoal chimney, though.

post #30 of 35
At the moment I only have 5 a mini, my beast, old char griller, camp cooker and a little hibachi. Have two empty drums at the house for a uds just haven't decided how I want to put it together yet. I'll have as many as I want cause I wear the pants at My house (when the boss isn't around)
post #31 of 35

well I saw this question posted and I had to go take inventory. here is what I came up with :  the ole' hickory c.t.o. ,fec-100, louisana tailgator pellet smoker/grill , hasty-bake legacy , hasty-bake portable smoker/grill , small weber grill , cook 'n' kettle junior ,< < a true classic ,a char-broil cooker that looks like a wsm  , a home made grill , a southwest smoker currently in rehab for restoration . I think that's all I can think of for now .   I think I got a smoking addiction don't I ?  and also a 24' and a 5'x10 comp trailer.  Dang ,its a Good thing I'm single !!!!!!     :yahoo:

post #32 of 35

As we enter this end-of-summer holiday, let us take pause to remember and appreciate that the BBQ departments in the stores are filling with markdown tags.

post #33 of 35

Yes often a great time to buy - especially if they are ex-display

post #34 of 35

I have my eye on a little shoebox gas grill that has been marked down from $29 to $22. The closest thing I have to that is the Coleman Road Trip that pops up like an ironing board - a bit much to mess with when I just want a quick simple grill like some burgers.

 

But then, I don't have a charcoal shoebox  either these days...

 

As for paraphernalia like tongs or spatulas, I can't possibly justify getting more. I have too much already.

post #35 of 35
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Originally Posted by BlueWhisper View Post
 

As we enter this end-of-summer holiday, let us take pause to remember and appreciate that the BBQ departments in the stores are filling with markdown tags.

HMMMM maybe I needth_dunno-1[1].gif.

Happy smoken.

David

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