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    Official super bowl smoking thread

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    Official super bowl smoking thread

    Thanks, Frank H. I like drinking the good stuff. I have more in the cabinet. I am a whisky and aged tequila fanatic. Serve them neat every time! Love that stuff. Hey, Dwain Pannell, awesome setup! Sick BBQ table! Here are my ribs! They need another hour on the WSM before I get to...
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    How much wood to use for smoking

    I have no problems using 5-6 chunks of wood (fruit: cherry, apple OR maple) for a cook. If I'm cooking a bird, I use 3-4 chunks. If I'm using oak or hickory, I go at little bit lighter with the wood. When I cook beef or pork shoulder, I give it all of the wood it can handle (usually 6...
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    Official super bowl smoking thread

    Thank you. The beers are for when it gets closer to game time. I'm currently having some Highland Park - waiting for my ribs to finish on the WSM!
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    Official super bowl smoking thread

    My rub: brown sugar, salt, black pepper, cayenne pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, paprika and chile powder. These babies have been on the smoker for an hour now smoking over cherry wood. Only a few more hours to go before I slap them with a light coat of coffee bbq sauce and have them...
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    Low and slow vs High heat?

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    I'm starting from scratch

    I power-wash my WSM every 20 or so cooks. Big deal!
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    Cook going and need to refill

    Funny. That's exactly what I use.
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    My Memorial Day Weekend Smoke

    I smoked two briskets this weekend (12 lb. & 9 lb.) over hickory. One was rubbed in Montreal Steak seasoning and the other was rubbed with a red, spicy, southwestern-style rub I hooked up at the house. Overall, it was a great weekend. Got some fluke fishing in and spent the weekend with...
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    Official Smoke Day Weather Forecast

    The morning started off very cloudy and foggy here. But as of 30 minutes ago, the clouds have moved on out and it's been sunny as heck! The smoker is chugging along and the day is only going to get better. Cheers to everyone.
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    Ladies & Gentlemen...Start Your Smokers!

    My two briskets have been going for 2.5 hours now over hickory. Can't wait 'til tonight!
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    Official Smoke Day Weather Forecast

    The forecast for Connecticut looks great. Highs in the low 80s and sunny.
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    A couple of requests

    Great post, Jim. Cheers.
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    What's on your menu?

    13-lb. brisket and a 12-lb. brisket. Each will have a different rub on it. Can't wait!
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    ::Official:: 4th of July Smoke Thread!!!

    Here's my spread! I was going to use cherry wood, but used a chunk of hickory that was readily available for the cook. I smoked a rack of spares, chicken wings, ABTs, and the MOINK balls. I don't even like Jalepenos or cream cheese, and I wanted to keep eating these ABTs all day long...
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    1st time ABTs

    Good luck. Either way (half or full) works.
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    Coffee Rub on Brisket

    I've used a rub containing coffee on a brisket and it was great. It was the first time I've tried something like that...Wasn't overpowering.
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    July 4th Smoke - What's ya cookin'?

    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Dan {dutch oven Dan}: <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div...
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    July 4th Smoke - What's ya cookin'?

    I'll actually be cooking chicken and ribs on July 3rd, as I received an invite to a big 4th of July party on Saturday. I'd love to do another brisket (just did one this weekend) but I haven't had ribs in almost 6 months...so I think it's time!!!

 

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