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gary s
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Apr 1, 1952 (Age: 67)
Whitehouse, TX (East Texas) just South of Tyler
Retired (And whatever my wife wants me to do)

gary s

SMF Hall of Fame Pitmaster, 67, from Whitehouse, TX (East Texas) just South of Tyler

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    1. BeakerAthena
      Hi Gary!! Please look at my post concerning Brisket. I need help for Friday!!!! Thanks!
    2. pignut hickory
      pignut hickory
      Hey Gary..How is every thing in Whitehouse ..Been a while sense I've logged in...Robert
    3. John in Beaverton
      John in Beaverton
      Hello Gary ,Bear said hello and that you might be able to help with some measurements for a reverse flow bbq
      I was wondering about the height of the grill above the baffle plate.
      John in Beaverton.
    4. the reformer
      the reformer
      Thanks Gary,
      I'm looking at East Texas Smoker Company to build a net BBQ Rig for me. I've never smoked/cooked on one of their smokers. Do you have any thoughts on their smokers? I'm looking at the Category 5 Reverse Flow Smokers. Thanks for any info.
      May Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ Bless Your Day

      John Dawson
      Food Services Coordinator
      First Evangelical Church
      1. Franks likes this.
    5. hoity toit
      hoity toit
      Did a BBQ benfit yesterday with my smoking buddies We had 4 stick burners going and did 300 lbs of chicken and 100 lbs of sausage, got everything done by 1pm. Pretty cool event and a lot more fun than competition cooking.
    6. enchiladaman
      Hi Gary my smoker is not quite finished yet but will send you a photo of the finished unit..
    7. pink flamingo
      pink flamingo
      Hi Gary,
      Well the brisket was on at 6am. At 12:00 at 167 degrees I flipped it over fat cap down. Photo album it growing.
    8. pink flamingo
      pink flamingo
      Looked through 5 full briskets and choose the one with the thinkest flat. 18 lbs+. The Wood in my yard is almand and oak.
    9. pink flamingo
      pink flamingo
      Hi Gary,
      I have a question about smoking brisket. When using a rub, when do you apply it and what do you prefer to use? My wife's son and his wife are coming in from Missouri Saturday. This will be MY first brisket in the smoker. Thanks,
    10. plew
      Hey Gary which ofJeffs rubs would you recommend for a pork butt? Thanks
    11. west tex smoker
      west tex smoker
      hello gary. I see you post on here quite often and I noticed you posted on my thread (Big Build) about ribwizzard. Would you happen to have any words of encouragement or harsh counsel about my ideas?
    12. plumpberger
      Thanks for the welcome. Have been a member and have been smoking for the past several years. Seems like very few restaurants are able to do this well and was wondering if anyone out there is supplying them.
    13. dannylang
      very good looking cheese gary
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    Apr 1, 1952 (Age: 67)
    Whitehouse, TX (East Texas) just South of Tyler
    Retired (And whatever my wife wants me to do)
    Interests (Hobbies, favorite activities, etc.):
    BBQ , Gardening , Reading
    I have been Smoking and Grilling for 50 years. Retired Crane & Rigging and Steel Erection Co. Owner.


    "Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you.

    For a list of my Smokes and Information Please CLICK HERE [​IMG]
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