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    #2
    This thread is a good idea. I cheaply smoked some brisket points last weekend. A little dry (I need a wireless thermometer) but totally edible.

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      #3
      Nate, in a fantastic bit of 'small world'-ism a buddy came by today to borrow a hammer drill so that he could run power conduit out to the grilling area for the planned upgrade to a Traeger. I'd never even heard of these things until you mentioned them - what...4 days ago? Hilarious.

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        #4
        You guys are reminding me how much I miss my smoker. Cheap electric one I had went through several heating elements. I need to get a nicer one!

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          #5

          So I make Maple syrup but in the summer one of the evaporation tray comes out and a grate goes on. The wood gets loaded up and we are boiling up some good ole Lobsters.

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            #6
            I smoked some ribs today on my Weber Smokey Mountain.




            This was about 1/2 hour after I put them on.



            They got cut into before I could get a finished photo.



            I smoked them at about 250 for 4 hours uncovered. Then I wrapped them in foil for about 1 1/2 hours. I put a little butter, bbq sauce, and honey in the foil before I wrapped it. They came out great.

            I have a pork shoulder that I’ll probably do in a few weeks.

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              #7
              I have a good friend who tended the smoker on these. It's a good way to start November.

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                #8
                My go to has been smoked beef short ribs.

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                  #9
                  I have got to try this...Onion Bombs
                  Stuffed Onion Bombs | Bacon-Wrapped Onion Bombs on Pit Boss Pellet Grill - YouTube

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by flyweightnate View Post
                    This thread is a good idea. I cheaply smoked some brisket points last weekend. A little dry (I need a wireless thermometer) but totally edible.
                    The most delicious thing that can be is a cool piece of meat. What did you cook for a side dish? I would grill vegetables. The meat is accompanied by broccoli, paprika, eggplant and tomatoes. The best combination. Simple and delicious.

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                      #11
                      Did an eye roast in my vert smoker yesterday with Cherry wood, prepping a picnic shoulder for tomorrow. I will def post pics!

                      Bunker

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                        #12
                        Did my picnic shoulder yesterday and took pics.

                        I use a Brinkmann Electric smoker, which has trouble getting up to higher temps but it was FREE. Wrapped in foil and finished in the oven at 250 until internal temp was 190+

                        I use an igrill bluetooth for ambient temp and internal temp

                        Cherry and Mesquite smoked.

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                          #13
                          I just broke in my new Big Green Egg this morning. I have to find the sweet spot for doing steaks, but the chicken came out nice and tender. So far I think I’m gonna like this kamado thing.
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                            #14
                            Done some more grilling, smoking and baking on the BGE and enjoying it. This will definitely stay with me now. The pizza and biscuits came out great!
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                              #15
                              I made my dad pastrami for Father's Day; he was shocked and it turned out amazing.



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