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post #1 of 19 Old 07-29-2015, 06:39 AM Thread Starter
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Smoke 'em if you got 'em.

BBQ/smoking discussion, must not overheat the DeLorean... continued here.

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I was actually impressed with the mini deep freezer, but yeah, nice charcoal stash. Is grilling as popular there, as it is here?
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The Japanese like to do, but are relative amateurs... always throwing stuff on before the fire is ready...

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Re. freezer: it is a Stirling engine driven helium compressing marvel, fully fueled by sunshine. Currently set to 38* for the perfect chilling of beers, which it is full of. Almost... Capable of -40 for when ice cubes are needed real quick.

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Gosh, I'm suddenly hungry, and looking forward to seeing the DeLorean up and running too.
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I was wondering if it was used to filter homemade sake or something (being down in the lair and all) so I wasn't going to bring it up.
Then he showed us the picture of his grill and I'd remember seeing pictures of it before over at MTF.
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That is a beautiful smoke ring! I bet you make some of the neighbors/co-workers very happy!

Heck, with an egg grill/smoker you could open your own restaurant.

I noticed your use of raw chips on the bricks, what did you you use, or is available?


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Thanks... mostly make the neighbors happy, our friends that drop by... family party in the summer, coming up soon.

Chips on hand: Hickory, Cherry, Apple, Maple... pretty good stash, available locally. Plus what I score from taken down trees in the 'hood. Have a chipper on site to reduce to fuel/flavor.

Usually put some in the fire directly, and some beer soaked ones on the firebrick for the slow release, better not to have to crack the lid too often.

I built that drumcan for our wedding, it will open flat with another set of legs for the lid to be a double open grill for a crowd... 8? years ago now, thinking of making a proper vertical smoker pretty soon. Current version finally getting a little thin on the bottom after spending a few years outside before we moved up here.


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Nothing Like Good BBQ....Here's a Pic of My '59 El Camino with BBQ Rig in Tow. I used to do BBQ Catering with this setup. I also had a couple of Vertical Machines made from 275 gallon oil tanks.



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This thread is going to be delicious, already giving me a

I can't get everything here but I can get quite a bit, here's where the goodies that can't be sourced in the 'hood come from: [The Meat Guy] Grade-A Meat and Cheese delivered to your door in Japan!

Sis in law and family headed in late August, planning their fate now...


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Has any one used the Big Green Egg smoker, BBQ been reading about them and has caught my interest since I like to do ribs a couple times a month.

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Has any one used the Big Green Egg smoker, BBQ been reading about them and has caught my interest since I like to do ribs a couple times a month.
I have not, nor any of the clones that are out there, but I have heard very good things about them. The two hurdles that I see with them, is that they are little spendy, and are really heavy. So, unless you have a smooth surface to roll it, to and from, it's going to be "call a buddy" moment to just unbox it.

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Has any one used the Big Green Egg smoker, BBQ been reading about them and has caught my interest since I like to do ribs a couple times a month.
a co-worker bought one a year ago, used it a few times last summer and loved it. asked him if was using it much this summer and he hasnt used it once.....seems its more work than he wants to do.
i picked an electric bradley smoker/cooker from CT a couple years ago and just love the thing.


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I have a Little Chief I use for fish and Jerky but a long time for Jerky. Like I say I cook ribs at least a couple times a month so want to improve on my skills. I have a cement deck and have room for one but a lot of money if it does not work as well as I except.

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It would be day old by you got them.

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