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34 minutes ago, headshuck said:

Any chicken spatchcockers out there?

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I've always seen usefulness for the Thanksgiving turkey but have not done it.

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1 hour ago, headshuck said:

Then I imagine cutting the backbone out would make you faint.

No problem there.  Just breaking that bone with my hands. 

I don't know though; I've never tried. 

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18 minutes ago, mspart said:

I smoked the Turkey last year for thanksgiving, used apple chips.   My wife, after tasting, declared that no turkey shall be cooked any other way from now on.    It was incredible. 

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Ok ... I think we all know when Thanksgiving is the year but looking for info on the where😋 

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The year was 2022.   The where, somewhere in WA state, proximate to Seattle, but not in Seattle, but in the woods.  

The year of 2023 - The where will be the same.   You'll have to use your nose.

I just hope I don't mess it up.   But so far, nothing has been messed up in the smoker.  

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51 minutes ago, mspart said:

The year was 2022.   The where, somewhere in WA state, proximate to Seattle, but not in Seattle, but in the woods.  

The year of 2023 - The where will be the same.   You'll have to use your nose.

I just hope I don't mess it up.   But so far, nothing has been messed up in the smoker.  

mspart

Address??  LOL

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53 minutes ago, mspart said:

The year was 2022.   The where, somewhere in WA state, proximate to Seattle, but not in Seattle, but in the woods.  

The year of 2023 - The where will be the same.   You'll have to use your nose.

I just hope I don't mess it up.   But so far, nothing has been messed up in the smoker.  

mspart

So Washington's got woods?  Hopefully its a small woods and I don't catch covid and lose my sense of smell.  Maybe I should start wearing a mask in October.  😷 

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Anyone do pork ribs just straight up,  with no wrapping or 3-2-1 method? Been a while for me, but I'm going to this weekend. 

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54 minutes ago, Ban Basketball said:

Anyone do pork ribs just straight up,  with no wrapping or 3-2-1 method? Been a while for me, but I'm going to this weekend. 

Yep, I just season my ribs and throw them on the grill. I will mop them with apple cider vinegar a couple of times during the cook and pull them off when the IT reads 202. I personally want my ribs to be tender, smoky and delicious but not quite fall off the bone. 

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51 minutes ago, Gus said:

Yep, I just season my ribs and throw them on the grill. I will mop them with apple cider vinegar a couple of times during the cook and pull them off when the IT reads 202. I personally want my ribs to be tender, smoky and delicious but not quite fall off the bone. 

Awesome! Thanks.  They were great that way a long time ago when I did that. 

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6 minutes ago, WrestlingRasta said:

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A little hurricane prep last weekend…

Do you find that the smoke box adds the smoky flavor that you lose by using a pellet grill?  I have a pellet grill and a weber kettle. I use the pellet grill most of the time but if I want true smoky flavor, my weber with charcoal/wood chunks is the go-to.

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3 minutes ago, Gus said:

Do you find that the smoke box adds the smoky flavor that you lose by using a pellet grill?  I have a pellet grill and a weber kettle. I use the pellet grill most of the time but if I want true smoky flavor, my weber with charcoal/wood chunks is the go-to.

I’ve never used a pellet grill so can’t really compare. In my unit the smoker (electric oven but not digital) is at the bottom, but for long smokes like butt and brisket, I  cook in the charcoal pit and and run additional smoke up from the smoker. Smoker takes chips, but I like using bigger chunks in the charcoal pit. Gets a better bark. 

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