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    Here's my tip for Smoke Day cooking

    If you are having people over, then stick with what you know works.
    This is not a time to experiment with new rubs, sauces, charcoal, methods, etc.
    I say this because I was thinking of doing some of these things.
    Last edited by Bob Correll; 05-20-2015 at 04:40 PM.
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    Excellent advice Bob.
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    Why didn't I read this earlier ?

    Brisket is always a bit of a gamble for me. Trying the HH method today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark B View Post
    Why didn't I read this earlier ?

    Brisket is always a bit of a gamble for me. Trying the HH method today.
    You'll nail it Mark, I'm sure.
    I'm doing a brisket tomorrow, and I haven't cooked a whole lot of them, sometimes they just need more sauce.
    Happy Smoke Day!
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    Great advice Bob. Barb is doing her first smoke on the mini today and we went with a bone in Turkey breast. I've done a lot of those and know the drill so I can help her if she has a problem.
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    Hmmmm, I'm off to a bad idea/start then. I brined a whole chicken, never done that before, LOL
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    shoot, what am I going to do with all these puffer fish now?
    Good advice Bob; happy smoke day, all!
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    Advice taken, look like really outstanding ribs and tri tip again
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