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Thread: Today's Smokin'

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    Default Today's Smokin'

    I'm drumming up a SOB. Company's coming.
    Film at 11.
    "If you can't smell smoke it ain't a barbeque joint" peculiarmike

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    Looking forward to it Mike. I'll try to have my popcorn ready
    Plank Owner ..................
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    Here's the pics. This brisket was fine, tender, good flavor, but not the quality of the last one I did. Not as good quality meat I think. And I did the Smokyokie "jiggle" test too, seemed OK to me, but that was a LONG time ago!
    Drum ran around 275F with hickory for smoke. 5 1/2 hours total drum time to 200F internal temp.
    1- Shot of it wrapped after a night in the "refreshment center" in the garage.
    2- Unwrapped, packing with black pepper
    3- Seared a bit
    4- On the drum, ready to cover with foil and take to 200F
    5- Sides - BBQ beans & Chipotle Tabasco corn (interesting, first time), on the C-G Duo to smoke about 2 1/2 hours at 220F with hickory.
    6- The Duo & TBS
    7- Duo SFB with lump fire & hickory chunks
    8- Brisket separated and partially sliced
    Like I say, it ate fine. Everyone really liked it. No "in progress" pics, too busy packin' it in.
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    Looks good from what I ca see!

    Why don't you post some full sized pix so we can get a good look?

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    Looks good !!!
    A ? though, are you rationing your wood chunks or do you think you get better smoke from them using the cast iron box for chunks ?
    Phil


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    I like to use minilogs in a CG. Sometimes they're too thick and I split 'em with a hand ax.

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    I get really good smoke using the cast iron box in the C-G SFB. It is heavy as they light then settles to the thin blue.
    "If you can't smell smoke it ain't a barbeque joint" peculiarmike

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    Nice Mike! Real Nice! I need to fire up my Duo smoker. It's sat pretty lonely since the drums came to town.

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    Lucille's been super lonely since the Backwoods came to town!

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    Quote Originally Posted by peculiarmike View Post
    Here's the pics.
    Looks delicious, Mike! How was the corn?
    Rob - TX Sandman
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