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Recent content by OldSmoke

  1. OldSmoke

    In Need Of Some Techy Help

    A switch or hub will work. A switch can give better performance. Get good quality CAT 6 cables. Most internet connected home devices (switches, thermostats, plugs, security) use only the 2.4 ghz frequency. 2.4 ghz gives better range although it is slower than the 5 ghz radio. For these devices...
  2. OldSmoke

    Chips in a smoke tube?

    I am now exclusively using a mix of pellets and chips. The more chips you add, the more smoke you get and a shorter burn. Fewer chips, less smoke, longer burn. I have two tubes so I can have one loaded and ready to go as the other is burning down.
  3. OldSmoke

    Ok, not smoking, but…

    BTW, I did not have the bottle of Zin they recommended for the pairing. Primitivo is a genetic cousin to Zinfandel, so it substituted nicely.
  4. OldSmoke

    Ok, not smoking, but…

    Thank you for the likes! I checked the magazine website and they have published the recipe: https://www.winemag.com/recipe/grilled-filipino-adobo-pork-belly-recipe/ I made it exactly to the recipe except the cut of meat. The other minor modification is I cooked the pork to temperature rather...
  5. OldSmoke

    What Beer Did You Drink in High School?

    Hamm’s Taper kegs. 2 1/4 gallon keg with built in tap and CO2. Cheap thrills. Used to hide them in the freezer at the grocery store I worked at. Perfect with a coating of frost on the outside of the keg.
  6. OldSmoke

    Smoked Ribeye

    Nice! Carnivore Black on a ribeye is my go to plan. Sooo good!
  7. OldSmoke

    Ok, not smoking, but…

    It started with a recipe for pork adobo I found in the June/July issue of Wine Enthusiast. It was a free subscription, and well, I really do like wine. It included pickled carrots, peppers, onions, and a papaya. Whoa, never done that before. Two days in advance, I julienned the veggies and...
  8. OldSmoke

    Country style pork ribs.

    Burnt ends!
  9. OldSmoke

    Thoughts And Prayers For Chef Jimmy Please

    Praying for your full and quick recovery. Hurry back, you still have so much to share.
  10. OldSmoke

    Log House Blues

    Beautiful home and grounds. With a title of “Log House Blues”, I can picture Chris Stapleton rocking and strumin on your porch…
  11. OldSmoke

    Boneless, Skinless Thighs & Steak Fries (Ninja)

    Every time I see you have posted about something, I just know it will delicious! I just wish I could be your neighbor….
  12. OldSmoke

    Temp won’t increase

    Is your flame blue, or yellowish?
  13. OldSmoke

    The Pawn Stars BBQ Joint

    BBQ aficionados are a proper lot aren’t they?
  14. OldSmoke

    Smoking Meat Several Days Before Serving

    And, the occasional beer?
  15. OldSmoke

    Smoking Meat Several Days Before Serving

    I’m doing the same thing. I just vac’d up shredded pork and shredded beef for use next weekend. I agree with @Dive Bar Casanova, it tastes better the next day. I always make up sauces, chilI, and baked beans at least a day ahead to give the flavors time to meld. Even jerky tastes much better...
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