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bobvoeh

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  1. bobvoeh

    Re-Newed my Vows and on a US Road-trip

    Re: Re-Newed my Vows and on a US Road-trip Congrats Dennis !!
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    Sure fire pork butts and ribs

    Re: Sure fire pork butts and ribs A helpful tip I learned from Dennis for overnight cooks, is start with a fresh basket of coal. Don't leave any used pieces in there and just put new coal on top, you can run into an issue where the fire goes out on you. Used coal does not light as easily. Another thing I always do for overnights, is empty the ashes out so I have no air flow problems.
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    KK Coming to Naples, FL

    Re: KK Coming to Naples, FL Welcome to the family! I'm just on the other side of the swamp in Lake Worth. Sent from my EVO using Tapatalk 2
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    Bacon Cook - VIDEO

    Re: Bacon Cook - VIDEO Thanks LarryR! I have some store bought bacon I need to finish up, but as soon as that is gone, I'm going to try my hand at it.
  5. bobvoeh

    WOW Ribeye

    Re: WOW Ribeye That is a nice looking ribeye! I have never thought of doing low and slow first and then searing. I might have to try that.
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    Bacon Cook - VIDEO

    Re: Bacon Cook - VIDEO Are you guys doing a dry cure or a wet cure? Larry, that bacon looked awesome!
  7. bobvoeh

    Bacon Taco?

    Re: Bacon Taco? Anything is good with bacon, so why not tacos? Bacon and fish tacos sound really tasty with some steamed corn tortillas.
  8. bobvoeh

    Memorial Day Baby Backs

    Whats everybody cooking for their Memorial Day? I have 3 racks of baby backs cooking. I started them at about 12pm so they should be ready for an early dinner. I slathered on some yellow mustard and then a healthy coating of Dizzy Pig's Dizzy Dust. I have the coals and wood chips all nice and neat. Combination of Hickory, Mesquite and Apple with Royal Oak. A couple of minutes after hitting it with the MAP torch and its lit. The ribs are lined up and ready. The next pics won't come until their ready, it doesn't get opened until then
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    July 4th Babybacks

    Re: July 4th Babybacks I used Royal Oak Natural Lump, cooking temp started at 225 rising to about 245. Left them on about 4 hours. For smoke I used a combination of Hickory, Mesquite and Apple chips. I used to use chunks, but with the small amount of fuel the Komodo goes through, I find I get better results with the smaller chips.
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    July 4th Babybacks

    We were just hanging out at the house for the 4th, so I woke up early and fired it up and put 4 half racks on. Its about time to give the outside a cleaning. 4 hours later... Man, they just melted in your mouth. Anyone else do any BBQ on the 4th?
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    Incredible Technology

    Re: Incredible Technology Good job on setting it right!! I have found that by letting the temp creep up slowly like you did, I get more consistent results. If you try to get it up to temp quicker by "opening her up" at first, you will have a hard time stablizing the temp. But, where's the pics???
  12. bobvoeh

    Three Extruder Machines are in the House!

    Re: Three Extruder Machines are in the House! I'm looking forward to trying some of this. I've never used coconut charcoal before.
  13. bobvoeh

    I'm interviewed about KK on Kingsford's Grilling.com

    Re: I'm interviewed about KK on Kingsford's Grilling.com "Magical Chewy Jacket" Only you could get away with that in an interview! Good stuff. Congrats on all the recent press.
  14. bobvoeh

    Pork Butt

    Re: Pork Butt Beautiful!!
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    July 4th Weekend Pork Butt

    Re: July 4th Weekend Pork Butt Last time I did one, I put it on the upper grill and I put a brisket on the main grill under it. The butt seemed to do ok up there, so I figured I'd put it there again. I did the foil trick on the lower grill you told me about and that worked great. Is there any reason to NOT put it on the upper grill?
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