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CenTex Smokers (Austin and Surounding Areas)

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TXN68

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I figured i would throw my hat in the ring, fairly new to SMF, but certainly not new to smoking meat. I figure Houston is close enough for you. My old stomping grounds are the Odessa/Midland area. Good evening one and all.
 

Misplaced Nebraskan

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I figured i would throw my hat in the ring, fairly new to SMF, but certainly not new to smoking meat. I figure Houston is close enough for you. My old stomping grounds are the Odessa/Midland area. Good evening one and all.
C'mon in! I think the average of Midland and Houston is CenTex :emoji_thumbsup:
 

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Been a crazy busy couple of weeks. Well, one of them was a vacation... then a week of catching up. Checking back in here.

Not too many cooks. But did make some more Pork Belly Burnt Ends...



These ones were Pitfaced Spicy Rub smoked for 3.5-4 hours at 265°F. Glazed with Butter, Brown Sugar, Honey and Chili Lime Cholula. it's what was available. There was a really good sweet/heat balance though and I really enjoyed them as usual. They will be the death of me, and I'm ok with that :emoji_smile:
 
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texomakid

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Ah yes photos - looks good! We love these little cubes of goodness. Actually had to stop cooking them so often but a treat we enjoy several times a year.
 

Misplaced Nebraskan

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Hell yeah! :emoji_thumbsup:I've wanted one since the 90's.
A used one has eluded me a few times.
Day late,dollar short.:emoji_weary:
Yup. Been watching for awhile. A long while. Friend on another forum tagged me. Couldn't let it go this time around. Little rough but just needs a little TLC and it'll be fine . Cooks fine as is, just cosmetic really.

But so glad to have jumped on it. Wife asked if I was selling the 26 or 22 now... Ummm... A good collection has all sizes right?!
 

Misplaced Nebraskan

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Tell her you'll get rid of them when they break.
Of course you need all sizes,you don't have one size pot and one size pan do ya?



Now I just need some time this weekend to load it up full! only done a couple grilling events on it to heat it up to clean. looks so empty!

Ranch Burgers.jpg




and a 20 lb brisket for reference too...


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texomakid

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It's a monster! Looked it up on the internet and is looks like Weber Ranch Kettle is a 37" beast. Nice score.
 

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