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    Companion to the Big Joe Kamado?

    What's up everybody, I am finally climbing down from the heights of a condo building and into a real home on the ground, so with that I also have a Big Joe on its way. Very excited. This will be my first Kamado or a designated charcoal grill for that matter. I am wondering if it is enough to...
  2. A

    Difficultly grilling on a charcoal grill for a rookie. Need guidance please.

    So I bought a 22-inch Premium Kettle Weber Charcoal Grill. I chose charcoal because from my understanding and research, charcoal grills produce the authentic BBQ flavour and easier to smoke compared to gas grills. As we already know, charcoal grills are more time consuming to set-up even with a...
  3. ryschoo

    New Weber Performer

    Went to the local Ace Hardware to get supplies to tune up my lawn mower and of course I stopped to look at grills. The manager came over and after talking for a bit offered to give the floor model of the Weber Performer Premium for $240. Too good of a deal to pass up as I was looking to buy the...
  4. Shady

    SmokeFire Ex6

    Like most I saw most of the bad reviews when the SmokeFire hit the market but given recent sale decided to give the grill a try after seeing some if not all the issues are being fixed. Upon setting up it does look like I have the newest Auger that they’ve been sending people. After powering on I...
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    Weber Kettle or ProQ Frontier for Occasional Smoking

    I currently don't have any BBQ at all and I've been keen to get into some low and slow meat smoking. I've narrowed my decision down to either buying a ProQ Frontier Smoker or a Weber kettle grill. The majority of its use will be for fast grilling, hence why I'm considering a Weber kettle, but...
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    Not enough smoke

    Hey guys, I completed my 3rd smoke on my WSM yesterday. 6 pound butt at 225-250 with hickory and Apple wood. My temp was very consistent and I really only had to touch the bottom vents after getting my meat on once. After IT hit about 130/140 I noticed that I was not getting that thin blue smoke...
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    New NC smoker with a new custom setup

    Hi everyone. new to the forum and I would say pretty new to smoking. I live in NC Piedmont area and started the hobby about 3 years ago with a DIY mini WSM and have been slowly working my way up from things like wings, ribs and hot dogs to a turkey this thanksgiving to my fist...
  8. BlacksBbqMke

    Pellet Grill Purchase Help

    Hello Forum: So I’m looking to add to my collection. I’d been searching the web for a nice sized grill, with WiFi capabilities. My search has led me to my somewhat final of a list. My main point of interest is maintaining consistent temps across the cooking areas. Price isn’t an issue as my...
  9. RyanMoore

    Wish list

    Firedial, smoke n sear , 3 or 4 rolls of lavalock gasket , lavalock 18" door for wsm , cajun banit ×5 along with rotisserie, lavalock reverse flow baffle for a pitmaster . 2 fire baskets =all things I really really need!!! Lol. Ps 3 weber performer covers and 7 22" Weber covers also...
  10. Bvaught3921

    First timer

    I recently got a Weber Smokey mountain 14.5. I was hoping to get a few simple recipes/advice for my first few smokes! Thanks
  11. WI_GameMeats

    Herb crusted rack of lamb - First try

    This my first time making lamb, Aldi had a sale for $7.99/lb a while back and had picked up two racks. Made a dinner meal for five of us. I followed Malcom from HowToBBQRight's rack of lamb recipe and thought it turned out awesome. Lamb is so tasty, rich and tender. Cooked the lamb on the...
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    WSM 22 inch smokers

    Two Weber Smokey Mountain Smokers 22 inch. Comes with pit master IQ 110 Temperature controllers and Weber IQ grill Bluetooth meat Temperature monitors with probes. Always garage kept with Weber factory covers. Very good condition. 800.00 obo SOLD!
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    Can't decide on new smoker! Halp!!

    I'm in the market for a new smoker and I can't decide between two smokers. I know that in the end I probably can't go wrong.. but I still am stuck between the two. I'm not new to smoking, but am new to the forum. As it stands I have a WSM 18, Kettle, Smokey Joe, and Weber Genesis. I'm stuck...
  14. dirtsailor2003

    Prime Rib PartyQ test #2

    The other day when I was looking for space in the freezer for the bacon I smoked I found a vac packed Prime rib hanging out. Decided I might as well pull it out and give the PartyQ another run. Marinated in Dales Marinade, coated in SPOG. Ran Kingsford professional with a chunk of cherry and...
  15. dirtsailor2003

    Testing out the PartyQ with a Naked Turkey Breast

    I decided to test out my new BBQ-Guru PartyQ and smoked a naked turkey breast. Loaded the 14.5" WSM with Kingsford Pro and a couple hunks of apple wood. Used my little Camp Maid folding charcoal starter to fire up 5 briquettes. Set the PartyQ to 285°f and let the party begin. Took just under 8...
  16. dirtsailor2003

    Going Rogue

    I've had my 14.5" WSM for several years now and have smoked in all kinds of conditions. Never had an issue holding temps. It's really a rock solid smoker that just chugs along. It's been a while since I've bought a new gadget and I was getting the itch, so I finally pulled the trigger on...
  17. Misplaced Nebraskan

    Tater Bombs and Wings

    Wife and I were craving some wings so I thawed a bag and got them in a brine last night. I used a basic poultry brine; Water, White Vinegar, Salt, Sugar, Garlic Powder. Heated to combine and iced to cool. Put the wings in to soak it up til tonight. Spent the day trying to come up with a...
  18. dirtsailor2003

    Pre-Halloween Thanksgiving

    Crummy weather outside this past weekend. Rain, hail, snow, wind we had it all. So what better to do than fire up the 14.5" WSM and smoke a turkey breast! Picked up a bone-in 8.75 pound breast. Cut the neck portion off and some of the loose skin for stock. Seasoned it with SPOG inside and out...
  19. dirtsailor2003

    Camp Maid Chimney & Chicken

    A while back I picked up the Camp Maid folding charcoal chimney to keep in my camp gear. The standard chimney is fine, but I don't have a good place to store it in the trailer. This chimney can be stored in a 12" D.O. which I just happen to have in the trailer all the time. As advertised it says...
  20. dirtsailor2003

    Smoked Chicken Enchilada Casserole

    Been craving enchiladas lately so I decided to make enchilada casserole. Its super simple too make and you can change up the fillings depending on what you have or want. Instead of rolling them up you just lay the tortillas flat like you would like lasagna. Here's what I put in ours this time...
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