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  1. Mark Foreman

    Your favorite soda/pop growing up

    We used to take the jug to A&W to get it refilled.
  2. Mark Foreman

    Your favorite soda/pop growing up

    When we were kids - all 6 of us - we got koolaid much more often than soda. It’s was a lot cheaper.
  3. Mark Foreman

    Your favorite soda/pop growing up

    My uncle was the plant manager for Hires Root Beer in LA when I was young. We knew when my uncle was coming over as dad would get out the ice cream churn and we’d make vanilla ice cream. Ahhh…. I’ll never forget those root beer floats!
  4. Mark Foreman

    Special considerations for cooking two turkeys at once?

    Nope. Don’t crowd them in the smoker. Time should be close to the same as 1. What are you smoking them in?
  5. Mark Foreman

    Advice Needed - Preparing Pulled pork in advance

    I would refrigerate it. Sun AM, put the pork in the oven, covered, and reheat at 200 for a couple of hours.
  6. Mark Foreman

    WSM Smoking 14 ibs Turkey Questions

    I agree with Mike. Chris has a how to article for butterflied (spatchcocked) turkey. I am using his method. I plan to use a small amount of water and cook @ 275. 16 pounder on 22 WSM.
  7. Mark Foreman

    Old School Thanksgiving

    This year, we are going old school for Thanksgiving. Heritage Turkey, spatchcocked, 275 on 22 WSM with Pecan wood. WSK gets a day off. Doing it per Chris’ article here on TVWBB. Sourdough dressing, moms recipe, from when I was a kid. Garlic mashed potato - Joy of Cooking (JoC) Candied sweet...
  8. Mark Foreman

    Santa Maria Tri-Tip Complete dinner recipe

    Found this on line at Santa Maria valley website. Makes a complete Santa Maria tri-tip. Rub, meat, beans, salad, and bread. I plan to try it soon. Santa Maria Cookbook
  9. Mark Foreman

    Frozen Turkey Sale @ Raley's

    Saw them this am. However, the package says:
  10. Mark Foreman

    As the song goes, it’s all yellowwww!!!

    Ahhh… mellow yellow Mellow yellow
  11. Mark Foreman

    Water pan replacement in 2022

    It’s a bit more expensive, but get the Weber pan and wide HD foil. Play around with the water levels. I tend to only fill the pan 1/3 to 1/2 full. As the cook progresses, the water evaporates and I finish the cook with a mostly dry pan.
  12. Mark Foreman

    What Size Turkey to Smoke on WSK?

    I only dry brine my turkeys overnight (under the skin). I get fresh local birds and I want to taste the bird, not the brine (personal preference). A spiced butter is then put between the skin and meat then off to the smoker. That’s how the turkey I pictured above was cooked. As Brett said, it...
  13. Mark Foreman

    What Size Turkey to Smoke on WSK?

    This was a 14 lb bird I smoked last year. I would guess you could get a 20 lb bird depending on how you prep it.
  14. Mark Foreman

    Fresh garlic substitutes

    For me, I substitute granulated garlic (not powdered).
  15. Mark Foreman


    Having grown up an army brat… dad was a 30 year veteran, I can not express enough thanks and appreciation to all who served.
  16. Mark Foreman

    Raining … I busted out my slow cooker

    We forgot a nice glass of white wine. I like Viognier myself. Oh, when making Cioppino, I make homemade sourdough bread. My starter is true San Francisco starter and I cook it in my CI Dutch oven.
  17. Mark Foreman

    Raining … I busted out my slow cooker

    Cioppino may be my most favorite thing to eat. Needs fresh baked sourdough bread.
  18. Mark Foreman

    Raining … I busted out my slow cooker

    Yes it did. Especially when we took the buttermilk rolls out of the oven. Very old school and a whole lot of fun.
  19. Mark Foreman

    Raining … I busted out my slow cooker

    We finally got some rain here in Petaluma so I broke out my slow cooker for pot roast. The CI Dutch over has been my go to slow cooker for over 30 years. Dinner is served.…
  20. Mark Foreman

    Pepper Grinder recommendations

    I think it is. I found this on the internet. Musician-turned-entrepreneur Vic Firth played percussion with the Boston Symphony for 50 years, and in the process he discovered something about drumsticks that nobody had thought of. He applied that knowledge to pepper mills and rolling pins for...