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    Happy Wednesday

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    His name was Bubba

    His name was Bubba, he was from Mississippi...and he needed a loan, so...He walked into a bank in New York City and asked for the loan officer. He told the loan officer that he was going to Paris for an international redneck festival for two weeks and needed to borrow $5,000 and that he was not...
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    A few for Thursday

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    A few for Thursday

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    A few for Friday

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    Everyone needs one of these

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    Happy Monday

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    SV Top Round / London Broil

    I wanted to cook a top round / London broil using the sous vide method. I seasoned it with Kosher salt, black pepper, garlic powder, onion powder and put two pats of unsalted butter on each side of the meat before sealing the meat in a bag. I put the meat in a sous vide bath for 24 hours at 131...
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    A few to start your Monday

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    A few to start your day

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    Rotisserie chicken on a Weber 22" kettle

    I decided to smoke a chicken on my Weber 22" kettle using the rotisserie today. I used SPOG to season the chicken and for the fire I used oak logs. I am still learning how to manage the wood fire, but I was pleased with the results. The only problem was the skin was not crispy, but I blame...
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    London Broil

    I bought a CAB London Broil today from Winn-Dixie that was a little less than 3lbs. I cut it in half and only smoked half of it. Too much for one person. The left overs should be good for sammies. I seasoned it with salt and pepper and smoked it with a piece of oak on my Weber kettle. I used a...
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    Happy Monday

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    NewYear's baby backs

    Today I smoked baby backs on a Weber 22" kettle with Cherry wood using the 2-2-1 method. I was surprised how moist and tender they came out. I have read quite a bit here and contacted a few people on here as well and I would like to thank you all for your help. Rob
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    Encouragement for the new year

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    A few for the afternoon

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    A few more for Monday

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    Meat grinder

    I am looking to buy a quality meat grinder. I want it to grind beef for hamburg and a little pork too. For now I would say I would grind about 5-10 pounds at a time, maybe once or twice a month. I may want to make some sausage in the future and I would like to be prepared if I do. What would you...
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    Brisket burgers

    When you grind brisket for burgers do you grind just the flat, the point or the entire brisket? Rob
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    Smoker for bacon

    Currently I have a gas grill and a Weber 22" kettle. I would like to start smoking bacon and I would like a smoker for it. What are some suggestions for smokers? What features should I look for in it? Thanks. Rob
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