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    Fathers Day Cook with Dueling Kettles

    I had to do the inaugural cook on my new 26er and we needed the Performer for Vortex duties so I fired both of them up.

    The food.


    Got charcoal?


    So shiny.


    Cooking time.


    Smoking with some apple.


    Meatloaf and ABT's on the 26er.


    Wings on the Performer.


    Continued.
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    Topped the meatloaf with some SBR and added some baby bella's.


    The cheesecake I made in the instant pot.


    All done.


    Meatloaf will be eaten for dinner tomorrow.


    For fathers day I got the ash catcher for my 18 kettle and a Weber coal rake.


    It was a great Father's day with the family. Thanks for looking.
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    I love me some Sweet Baby Ray's. Looks like you did it up right yesterday!!!
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    That's a whole lotta great looking food!
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    Looks like it was a Super Sunday for you. The food looks terrific.
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    Awesome cook! Maybe someday I'll talk my wife into a 26er.
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    Looks like somebody wasted no time putting the 26er to work. And what work it did, some excellent BBQ Pat
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    That's quite a mouth watering spread you cooked up! I was going to pull the trigger on a 26er last month and at the last minute went with the 22" Master-Touch. It boiled down to space constraints in the garage.
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    That's a boat load of food Pat, and it looks like your grills handled the load with ease.
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    Great looking cook Pat. That meatloaf looks terrific. Made me hungry for some.
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