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I just got one of these in March. This thing cooks great! Great buy for somebody out there..
Tri-tip cooks really fast. I usually smoke it on the kettle for about an hour then sear over the coals. Also if you slice it against the grain...
You seem vaguely familiar.
THAT would be looking good.
Looks great Bear, I'll have to try it sometime. :)
Pork belly burnt ends are the best.
I like my MES, but I'd rather smoke with charcoal and wood chunks. There's just something about playing with fire. If you got 500 to play with,...
It's probably frozen...just stick a pan of hot water on the top rack and let it thaw.
You must be joking...
First time or not, excellent looking fatties man!
Depending upon where you place the probe in the smoker will give you different temps. Try putting it a couple of places and see what happens.
Have to agree with Al and MossyMO, you'll be fine. I would attempt to get it back rounder and it shouldn't be that hard. Once you get this thing...
Bummer man. [img]
Can we have a list of OTBS members who had the honor taken from them and the reasons?
I cut mine into smaller pieces, let them sit out and soften a bit and then smoke. Vac-pack and into the fridge for at least 2 weeks, 3 is better.
I bought a Chef's Choice on sale for $350.00. One and a half HP and the thing rocks.
Well, I'm no expert but 5 hours without foiling may be the problem. Pretty much everyone foils in the middle of the smoke and that seems to be the...
Like you I am relatively new to making burnt ends. Last time I did them I hit 'em with a little rub, and then some Sweet Baby Ray's Honey BBQ...
Looks good! Nice comfort food for sure.