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post #21 of 38

Yea that is nice and know it is tasty!  Where's the greens?

post #22 of 38

Great looking ham Richie.  Did the cloves add a lot of flavor?

 

I've done a couple Dbl smoked hams but never thought to try cloves.

 

Point!

 

Yours was a good bit bigger than mine.

 

post #23 of 38

And used the good china!

post #24 of 38
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Originally Posted by WaterinHoleBrew View Post

That looks real tasty Richie, I need to try one of them. Wow does that look great ! icon14.gif

Justin Thanks I was happy with the meal,just did not like the fact the Pittmaster didn't work. have a BBQ Guru on order Thanks for the Points

Richie

post #25 of 38
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Hi Richie!
Great looking hams!
Tell me about your Pit master 110, why is it not working? How long have you had it? Do you like it and why?
I have been considering a 110, 120, or a 130 for my WSM 221/2" for some time now, but really have a hard time justifying paying close to 2/3 the price of my WSM for the 130 and almost 1/2 the price for the 120. The 110 lacks some of the features that the newer modals have that I think could be useful.
Being able to set it and forget it is of course the best reason to buy any of them, But an alarm that informs me when it's not recovering is important when a sharp kick to one of the legs is needed to drop the ashes as is sometimes required. I am not to concerned about runing out of fuel as my WSM easily holds a 18 pound bag charcoal that lasts 18 to 20 hours. What do you think would you buy one again? And which one would you buy?
Thanks,
Randy,

Randy It plain out did not work, the fan came on when first plugged in.It never came back on my lid probe is verified, I had to use the vents and regulate the air my self.Ordered a BBQ Guru yesterday

Richie 

post #26 of 38
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Yea that is nice and know it is tasty!  Where's the greens?

Went with corn as  the Veggie Thanks for dropping a line

Richie

post #27 of 38
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Originally Posted by One eyed Jack View Post
 

Great looking ham Richie.  Did the cloves add a lot of flavor?

 

I've done a couple Dbl smoked hams but never thought to try cloves.

 

Point!

 

Yours was a good bit bigger than mine.

 

Clove gave a little taste on the outside edge.My cloves were old so that did not help. Thanks for the Point

Richie

post #28 of 38
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And used the good china!

Kevin ya never know who will show up, thanks for the points .

Richie

post #29 of 38

Everyone that can will show up when ya set a table like that! You better not let the In-Laws know about these pictures, they'll show up and you never get 'em back to their house!

post #30 of 38
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Kevin ya never know who will show up, thanks for the points .

Richie

 

Thanks for the comeback on the cloves.  Thumbs Up

post #31 of 38
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Made good use of that bone.Pot of Pea Soup and a Pot of Lima Bean Soup 

Artisan No Knead Bread to go with it

 

Richie

post #32 of 38

Looks good Richie,  Love that bread.  Used My ham bone and a little extra ham I saved in a pot of Pintos day before yesterday

 

Gary

post #33 of 38

Nice looking meal Richie. Don'tcha have to be careful so the soup doesn't fall thru the holes in the bread?

 

Really amazing looking.

post #34 of 38
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Originally Posted by gary s View Post
 

Looks good Richie,  Love that bread.  Used My ham bone and a little extra ham I saved in a pot of Pintos day before yesterday

 

Gary

Did you post that Gary,we had plenty of meat come off that bone,very filling. Thanks for the points

Richie

post #35 of 38

Nah, I didn't post it, but it sure was good.  I like a little meat in my beans. We always try to save a few chunks of ham to go with the bone, or a little pulled pork or chopped brisket Yum !!

 

Gary

post #36 of 38
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Originally Posted by Foamheart View Post
 

Nice looking meal Richie. Don'tcha have to be careful so the soup doesn't fall thru the holes in the bread?

 

Really amazing looking.

Kevin Thanks Ii doesn't fall far from my mouth LOL This bread is staying real soft for me. Thanks for the points

Richie

post #37 of 38

Great ham, great post, great soup.

 

You need points, Richie!

 

Disco

post #38 of 38
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Great ham, great post, great soup.

 

You need points, Richie!

 

Disco

Disco Thanks it is good and it is pretty LOL Thanks for the points 

Richie

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