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"Fireball's" Results Show

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Well, this is how it turned out. The hunk of meat on the right is my pork butt, that I injected, for the first time ever I might add! And the mahogany bird on the left is a regular roaster that all I did was put my favorite rub on. I smoked them both on a medium heat (about 200 degrees), for around 4 hours, using mesquite natural wood charcoal and hickory wood chips. Being an experienced griller, I still have never gotten a bark like that on my pork before....isn't it just gorgeous??!!!!!

If I can do this with a makeshift smoker, I can only imagine the possibilities this spring when I finally get my real smoker!!!

Now my house smells like a BBQ Joint!

The wife made some homemade baked beans, homemade slaw and baked apples! We may be eatin' late tonight, but we'll be eatin' good!!

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Mighty nice looking bird and butt (sounds good together huh?)....!!! Congrats. on your first of I'm sure many more....nothing like hiting it out of the park your first turn up to bat.......

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Looks great, congrats!
So glad the smoke worked out for you, I'll be looking forward to your smoker build and future smokes, with the grill or in the smoker you seem to sure have a knack for cooking up some good Q!
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What a great job.points.gif
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You must feel so great about the great smoke. Glad to have you with us
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excellent job points.gif
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