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post #21 of 31
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Great cook . All the food looks awesome.
Thanks Adam! I think everyone enjoyed it
post #22 of 31
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Will you adopt me?
Sure!! It means your name gets longer Welshrarebitbrooksy! That has a nice ring to it.
post #23 of 31

Terrific looking meal, Brooksy. I bet you were popular!

 

Disco

post #24 of 31

I bet everyone had a contented look on their faces.

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Terrific looking meal, Brooksy. I bet you were popular!

Disco
Thanks Disco! Yeah they all like me when I fire up the smoker.
post #26 of 31
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I bet everyone had a contented look on their faces.
Thanks Foam! They all had full bellies that for sure
post #27 of 31
Man.....great menu, great smoke. Everything looks soooo good. What a great way to spend the day!!!
post #28 of 31
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Man.....great menu, great smoke. Everything looks soooo good. What a great way to spend the day!!!
Thanks 5! It was a pretty good day
post #29 of 31

Can I ask how long you did your pork tenderloin for and at what temp?  It looks like how I see pork tenderloin in my wildest dreams.  

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Can I ask how long you did your pork tenderloin for and at what temp?  It looks like how I see pork tenderloin in my wildest dreams.  
You can ask any questions you want! That's what we're all here for to help our fellow pit masters get even better. Oh and thank you for the compliment. I was cooking at about 230 and it normally takes about 1.45 to 2 hours. I go by touch but I would suggest a probe therm to take it to 145 then pull and rest for about half hour before slicing.
post #31 of 31

Very much appreciated, Brooksy.  I'm definitely new in all aspects, and couldn't be more pleasantly surprised by everyone's willingness to answer questions/share tips.  And if you'll excuse me, I need to go buy myself a tenderloin for some smoking this weekend!

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