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Kicked Off The Bbq Season Yesterday!


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#1 JD DANNELS OFFLINE  

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Posted March 31, 2014 - 03:24 PM

Did the Steak & Chicken on the BBQ for the Fajitas for lunch yesterday.

Then topped it off with a Blackberry & Blueberry cobler for desert.


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Posted March 31, 2014 - 03:33 PM

You didn't invite me? Noel



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Posted March 31, 2014 - 03:49 PM

and you didn't post up picture of your smoker!!!



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Posted March 31, 2014 - 04:03 PM

and you didn't post up picture of your smoker!!!

Actually I just did these on the Charcoal Grill.

As far as my smoker, It's just a 20+ yr old Brinkman BBQ Pit Professional. If I don't get a new one this year I'm going to have to build new firebox grates(but I have a new welder so it could be done).

Grandaughter graduates this year and she wants a BBQ for her party, So I have to do something before the end of May and stock up on Briskets and Boston Butt's ( The kid loves pulled pork.) It is big enough I only run it full (fuel eficcency) and stock the freezer a few times a year. So when the wife wants a quick meal she can thaw it out and heat it up quick.

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Posted April 09, 2014 - 04:46 PM

Actually I just did these on the Charcoal Grill.

As far as my smoker, It's just a 20+ yr old Brinkman BBQ Pit Professional. If I don't get a new one this year I'm going to have to build new firebox grates(but I have a new welder so it could be done).

Grandaughter graduates this year and she wants a BBQ for her party, So I have to do something before the end of May and stock up on Briskets and Boston Butt's ( The kid loves pulled pork.) It is big enough I only run it full (fuel eficcency) and stock the freezer a few times a year. So when the wife wants a quick meal she can thaw it out and heat it up quick.

brinkmann_smoken_pit.jpg

If you're going to build a smoker, think of using a old water heater instead of a 55 gal. drum. Never know what's been left in the drums. The water tank is a bit heavier gauge and smooth with no ribs. It's pretty easy to get into, the ends are a bit of an issue. I've disected one and used about two feet of the cylinder and used the burner to make a high output to boil water for making my beer 5 gals. at a time.


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