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About mguerra

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    Kerrville, Texas
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  1. My wife bought a hunk of corned beef at the grocer and the cooking instructions intrigued me. There were several sets of cooking instructions on the label and I immediately went to the smoking instructions. " Start a fire and add your preferred smoke wood, set the fire to 275º. Rinse and pat dry the corned beef and add your rub of choice. Put it on the fire and cook to an internal temperature of 165º. Remove the meat from the fire and wrap it in foil, then return to the fire. Cook for about an hour longer or until an internal temperature of 195º." It seems a pretty standard BBQ competition, and/ or Franklin technique, (absent the butcher paper) has made its way to the masses via the grocery store.
  2. The Wagyu Nazi!! I laughed so hard I got an intercostal muscle cramp . I don't know why I'm craving Mulligatawny all of a sudden...
  3. It seemed really hilarious in my mind, I guess know, Vladimir Putin/ Vladimir Poutine. Eh whatever.
  4. Here's one for a Canadian menu item: Vladamir Poutine- French fries, gravy, cheese curds; and a bottle of vodka.
  5. Here's another way if you don't do SV. Smoke a pork shoulder, picnic, Boston Butt. Pull it apart by hand and remove all the fat, skin, connective tissue. Take all that discard and render it down in a skillet. You will have a skillet full of crispy bits and fat. Reserve all that. Throw however much pulled pork you want to prepare in a cast iron skillet. Put in some of the reserved fat and crispies and toss and pan fry it till the pork has a little crispiness. You can marinade the pork before smoking it, and / or season it with any spices or aromatics in the fry pan. I served this to a little old Mexican lady who declared it the best carnitas she ever ate. To take it to a party, throw it in an electric roaster and put it on 180º when you get there, it will be even better after it heats like that for a while.
  6. Get nine ribs. Foil three, pink paper three, run three naked. You'll have your answer.
  7. No ethanol involved.
  8. I tried the ammonia in a plastic bag trick to clean my grate and had it laying in the driveway. I forgot it was out there and backed over it! And by the way, that ammonia thing didn't do jack, even after 4 or 5 days in the bag. I never clean my grates, just thought I would try it for something to do. I'm never trying to clean them again. Just a quick scrape with grill floss now and then, that's it.
  9. First cook should be the highest purpose of a KK. Don't grill something... Smoke a pork shoulder; and feed any and all who will show up some spectacular pulled pork. You will be the champion of the neighborhood. In perpetuity. All will bow to you.
  10. The final product.
  11. A few nights ago...
  12. People who have been here awhile may remember this little gem:
  13. PBW didn't touch it. From now on just grill floss.
  14. What are those little circles and stars in front of the thread names?