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The support on the BGE is unmatched.. If anything breaks on it you take it to any store that sells them and they'll replace the parts no questions asked
Dive for the thrill, shoot for the kill.
Pizza and Calzone look awesome my man.. the paper plates are from publix good eye haha.. I got the ribs from Sam's Club though.. $16 for 3 racks of ribs.. can't beat it
I love having 4 distinct seasons but damn I wish I could get one weekend where it's in the 50s every 3 or so weeks during the winter haha.
Just make sure it's thick ceramic.. That's the main difference along with the accessories it comes with, JMO.
"I Am The One Who Knocks.." - WW
about the plates.. I use the same ones.
I use Costco, same shit.
I just came across this thread. What kind of smoker you use for these ribs? I can see the racks but not the smoker.
It's either his pops big smoker (most likely) or his BGE
No I did not lose a sig bet, but I am really really really ridiculously good looking.
Thing is cereal business
It's been at my house for weeks
Why no pics of good food
How much does one of those bad boys cost and where do you acquire one?
My dad bought it from someone he know so it was a steal, he paid $500 and has never used it. So basically he bought me a smoker. Lol. But I've seen some really nice ones forsale on the side of the road for about a grand. You should look into barrel smokers, you can make one out of a 55 gal drum and they do a really good job since they're an inverted smoker.
Here is some drum smoker info:
My dad got one of these a few years back (Propane Vertical Smoker).. and It's awesome.. Very easy to use and the food is awesome
This post was edited by Sig Spearfisher 13 months ago
I have a decent Chargriller with a small side firebox. It's nice and served me well, but I wouldn't mind something a lil nicer with racks and a firebox that is easier to clean the charcoal dust out of while I'm smoking.
If you don't mind spending a little money a komado is the way to go.
Kamado grills/smokers.. Just look into them.
Awesome, thanks. On another note, anyone ever tried doing Kentucky style smoked / barbecue mutton? I like lamb, so it intrigues me and I'd probably like it. Just wondering if anyone else has tried making it and how it turned out.
I need my BMB showing when football season starts....
Same with you.. I'm going to try seafood this week.
I haven't, but I do like to make my own marinades/rubs.
Just experiment a bit.. You never know what bomb ass marinade/rub you create.
Same here. I make a couple different sauces (mustard BBQ sauce being my favorite, especially on pork) my own rub, and my own mop sauce. Good stuff. My own personal opinion is I don't like saucing my meat and leave it up to everyone else if they want to sauce it or not.
Glad to see you found this thread, hope you post some food in it soon.
This post was edited by hurricanes01 13 months ago
I typically don't sauce unless I'm making BBQ chicken, I usually use a spray bottle and mix mojo, apple cider vinager and veg oil and spray the meat every hour while smoking. . I am a big fan of brining though.
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