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  1. beachcomber1126

    Meatloaf and meatballs and sauce...oh my!

    With autumn here and the cooler weather, I was feeling the need for a few good hearty meals.  So it was time to try my hand at meatloaf which of course expanded into doing meatballs also since they are so close in the ingredients list. I started off by putting several sweet onions, garlic, and...
  2. beachcomber1126

    QView Catching up - Pulled Chicken and Bacon Wrapped Chicken

    Just a few shots for QView for pulled chicken that I used for enchiladas and back wrapped chicken breasts. I used boneless chicken thighs with commercial rub I get at my local meat shop.  Put them in the smoker at 225 for about an hour to just take on some nice smoke.  Then I put them in a pan...
  3. beachcomber1126

    Phew! Brisket turned out fairly good

    So after a few successful pork butts and some really good smoked chicken I decided to try my hand at brisket again.  The first battle was dismal loss.  It was dry, tough and just all around lousy.  The burnt ends were nothing to write home about either. Now came round 2.  But not only round 2...
  4. beachcomber1126

    Next on the list....Pork Butts

    So after turkey, chickens, fatties and a failed (at least in my opinion) first try at brisket, my sons were hounding me for pulled pork. And then the call comes in..... My son works at one of the local grocery stores in the meat department (which is VERY convenient as you might imagine) and...
  5. beachcomber1126

    First Roll of a Fattie

    Making my way through the smoking world here and it came time to trying my hand at some fatties.  I made two different kinds.  Two cheeseburger style (mustard, katsup, pickles, & shredded cheese) with one in a bacon weave.  Then two others with 90/10 lean ground beef with spinach, garlic, goat...
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    GOSM Needle Value mod - A little advice before I rip it apart....

    I am moving full steam (or smoke in this case) ahead with cooking new things in the smoker.  My sons gave me a GOSM 20 x 34 smoker from Wallyworld.  Salmon is next on the list and with all the help on here, I have learned that I truly need a needle valve. I read through the post on needle...
  7. beachcomber1126

    Newbie from New England

    Hello there everyone.   As many have said before, I am SO glad to have found this site.  All the preliminary information I have used in my first few rounds has helped out a great deal.  My sons bought me a GOSM propane unit for Father’s Day and we have been having a blast with it. We have made...
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