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  1. jerimiah

    Smoked Burger secret?

    How does stuffing a burger (say with  chunk of cheese) effect cooking times and the capacity to take temperature?  Would I just leave one burger unstuffed for taking temperature?  I know you cook by temp and not time but how long on average does it take to do a burger with/without grilling (2...
  2. jerimiah

    Brisket cooking time

    Sorry....had company over for dinner and kind of lost track of getting pictures before they consumed it all. Will make an effort to start taking pictures more often.
  3. jerimiah

    Smoked Burger secret?

    I was at my local BBQ supplier and started a conversation with their smoker expert.  He mentioned he had spent 8 years perfecting a smoked burger with no binders in it.  Then promptly advised that after 8 years he wasn't going to share his secret on how to smoke a burger without it falling apart...
  4. jerimiah

    Brisket for a bad reason (with Qview) - updated with money shots

    I'm sure your friend will appreciate everything you have done.  Good friends are those you can turn to when you need emotional support. I have a wireless digital thermometer as I usually do my smokes over night.  It alleviates a lot of time running out to check on things.  My first one was $20...
  5. jerimiah

    Brisket cooking time

    Update from the weekend.  Put smoker on checking frequently.  smoker maintained around 240F with spikes in both directions depending on cooking cycles (opening door/reheating after opening door). Temps on wireless thermometer for 10.5 pound brisket were: 0 hour - 38F 4 hours - 145F 12 hours -...
  6. jerimiah

    Brisket cooking time

    - I have the Bradley Digital smoker (4 rack) I set to 240F.  - As I have 2 pieces of meat I use a digital thermometer on the thicker piece and run a good old meat thermometer in the other piece for reference as I go along.  Sometimes moving the meat thermometer back and forth to confirm temps...
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  8. jerimiah

    Brisket cooking time

    I have been smoking now for a year and believe I have my brisket and prok sholders down to an art (or so im told).  Of course when there is anything on TV about brisket I usually sit glued to the television.  It seems everyone on TV smokes for anywhere from 8-12 hours for "perfect" results.  My...
  9. jerimiah

    Smoke time for Chicken Legs with thighs attached

    I just put the probe in one of the thighs (currentlt 92F). Thanks for the advice guys!! I will try to post the results later today.
  10. jerimiah

    Smoke time for Chicken Legs with thighs attached

    Put these in the fridge last night with my special rub and they are ready to go in the smoker. Going in at 230F but I have no idea how long they should stay in? THis is my first attempt at chicken and I dont want to over/under cook them. Is 4 hours too much??
  11. jerimiah

    supporting the smf site

    I knew about the "Suppport SMF" Link but how do you become a Premiere SMF Memeber ??
  12. jerimiah

    ABT's post brisket

    Ya..the birthday is today. 36!! Things I learned from todays ABT's: - eliminate the salt in the cheese mix. No feta and no seasoning salt. - cook at least another 30 minutes. Finished mine another 30 minutes in the oven and they were significantly better. Next batch I will try to add crab...
  13. jerimiah

    ABT's post brisket

    Pulled the ABT's at 2 1/2 hours and I think I should have kept them in the smoker for another 30 minutes. Still taste great and I put half of them in the oven to see what the extra time would do. I think the bacon needs to be crispy. This is all im smoking for today. I wanted to do these on...
  14. jerimiah

    ABT's post brisket

    Ran out of time on Saturday with the brisket! Today is a perfect day for me to try out ABT's!! MIX: Cream Cheese, cheddar, feta, tail onion, crushed garlic, paprika, mustard, seasoning salt, and a splash of warchestershire. Off into the smoker at 230F about 5 minutes ago.
  15. jerimiah

    First Brisket!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Finished my first brisket yesterday...what a learning experience. Here is what I learned over the past week from everyone on the site. I cooked between 220F and 230F. Mopped every couple of hours. Used a water pan to maintain moisture and heat levels in the smoker. I figure it should have taken...
  16. jerimiah

    First Brisket Qview Run Through

    Turns out my camera has a little internal memory. Here is the money shot!!!! I will definitely be doing this again.
  17. jerimiah

    First Brisket Qview Run Through

    Almost 17 hours in the smoker. One hour wrapped and then sliced it for the family to eat. Took a couple of really nice pictures. Had supper and went to download the pics and realized there was no memory card in the camera from my last download. Luckily I have some left so I was able to take...
  18. jerimiah

    First Brisket Qview Run Through

    17 Hours and she finally hits 187. Out of the smoker wrapped and into a cooler for 30-45 Minutes. Will post cut meat in a little bit.
  19. jerimiah

    First Brisket Qview Run Through

    MAJOR HICKUP!! I have been checking the smoker every couple of hours to see how things are going. Got doing something this morning and didnt notice the oven turned off an hour ago. Smoker portion kept the oven at 140F and my brisket also back tracked to 140F. I have the oven back on at 250F...
  20. jerimiah

    First Brisket Qview Run Through

    8:30am...9 hours in and brisket is at 160F. Had a small no smoke issue for a couple of hours last night but it got corrected and is looking good (no problems with the heat). Will try to have a mid cook picture uploaded in a couple of hours.
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