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    Posted the thread Weber Genius $200 Bucks.

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  • Ray C -

    Replied to the thread always happens to me.

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    Quote from Urban Griller: “Quote from Gumb: “Actually it's probably not genetic afterall. The only thing my old man could BBQ was burnt chops ” Yeah....My old man stews his paper thin steak till the "Blood" starts to come out of the top then he…
  • dazzmaster -

    Liked Urban Griller’s post in the thread Akorn Musings and Questions.

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    Quote from dazzmaster: “Everyone talks down about the dome thermometers. However, across the multiple hours of smoking my pulled pork on Saturday, it was no more than 10 degrees f off what my Maverick grate thermometer was showing. ” And that is…
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    Posted the thread Queensland Sunshine Coast People.

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  • Urban Griller -

    Replied to the thread First BBQ of my own! Which though?.

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    Quote from MitchH311: “I'm happy to go get a diffuser for it if the pizza stone isn't good enough. ” I use a cast iron frying pan with the handle removed, also makes a good drip pan and roasting dish.
  • Urban Griller -

    Liked Gumb’s post in the thread First BBQ of my own! Which though?.

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    Fill it up with charcoal rather than trying to estimate how much you need. Light the pile at the top in the centre for a roast but 300 is too high anyway. Try 220 and start winding it back as it nears the target, they are hard to get back down if they…
  • Urban Griller -

    Replied to the thread Pulled pork..

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    I use just plain milk. Many hunters will use a milk soak or a water and vinegar bath to draw the gaminess out of their kill. Milk will also increase the protein on the surface and encourage a more developed Maillard reaction (some people use powdered…

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