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  1. huntdean

    Memphis Pellet Grill/Smoker Rotisserie

    Hi all, Has anyone put a rotisserie in their Memphis? If so what one are you using and how do you like it? Thanks for the help Dean
  2. huntdean

    Memphis Pellet Grill/Smoker

    Hey guys, I just picked up a new Memphis Advantage. It works great for grilling and I will be smoking with it soon to see how it compares to my Bradly. Have any of you smoked with one of these before? Thanks.
  3. huntdean

    Elk Brisket

    Has anyone ever smoked one before?  We raise elf on our farm and in the next month or two we will be taking some in to be butchered. I am thinking about having him give me the brisket so I can try to smoke it.
  4. huntdean

    First Boston But

    I took the but out of the smoker after 16 hours. It was at 189 degreese. I wrapped it and let it sit for an hour and than pulled it and finally had supper at 10:30pm lol. Some of it was a little tough but overall it tasted great and everyone liked it. I heard you should put a pan under it to...
  5. huntdean

    Home Made BBQ Sauce

    The sauce was great on pork. I plan on making the #2 sauce next.
  6. huntdean

    First Boston But

    Yah, now I am confused. Took out the meat probe and tested it in boiling water. It checked out just fine. Put it back in the meat and will wait it out. Looks like a late supper.
  7. huntdean

    First Boston But

    11.5 hours in the smoker and it is only at 160 degreese. This is my second time smoking and running into thermometer problems. Just frustrating. I must be doing something wrong with the thermometers. I will have to start testing the thermometer in boiling water before each use.
  8. huntdean

    First Boston But

    I purchased a bone in 7.5 pounder from Fareway Foods. New store in my area and was impressed with the meat department. I decided to use the same rub that I used on the brisket. 1/2 cup cajun seasoning 1/2 cup weber steak & chop seasoning 1/2 cup weber kansas city style rub Got up at 4am...
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  12. huntdean

    Home Made BBQ Sauce

    Thanks for the reply. That makes sense.
  13. huntdean

    Home Made BBQ Sauce

    I made the Memphis #1 sauce that is in Jeff's book. I am going to use it on my first Boston But that I am smoking tomorrow. I noticed on all the sauces that they are only good in the fridge for three to for weeks. Why is this?
  14. huntdean

    First Brisket

    My temp problem was due to a bad thermometer. My better half picked up a new one on the way home and everything was back to normal. Took 18 hours like planned to reach 195. Everyone loved it and we have plenty great tasting leftovers. I will be taking them to work for lunch and doing some...
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    First Brisket

    Well the temp problem was due to a bad thermometer. Had me better half pick up a new one on the way home and I swapped it out and it took all of 18 hours like planned. The end result was very good and the kids loved it!!! We have some great leftovers and I will be smoking another soon. Here is...
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  18. huntdean

    First Brisket

    Ok will do. I followed my friends method so no I did not rap at all durring the smoking but planned to do it for an hour when I take it out. And that should be very soon lol. Thanks for the help and I will post some pics of the finished product.
  19. huntdean

    First Brisket

    I have myself a bit of a problem. My brisket is 12 pounds and should take 18 hours at 225. Internal temp is at 188 12 hours. Do I trust the thermometer or leave it in for the 18 hours?
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