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Flemming last won the day on December 23 2019

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  1. Getting ready for my first Brisket 😅 8,5 kg US Wagyu Texas style, wish me luck
  2. Looks delicious! I've been using Meater/Meater+ for almost 1 year now, it really works perfectly!
  3. HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL CURRENT AN FUTURE KK OWNERS 🍾🥂🥃🎈🎊🎆 Sometimes it just just needs to be something special. In this case 1* Restaurant, my wife and I goes there every year to celebrate the New Year, always excellent
  4. Last X-Mas dinner 2019 5,5 kg of Irish Dry Aged Rib Roast 4:30 at 275 F Excellent meat Left overs “So end of work day…see you next year……😀“
  5. I’ve been absent for a while, at least in the Forum, but not when it comes to having great fun with the 32” We had some pulled chicken some burgers being home alone, time for some short rib and a Duck oh and I made my first Turkey ever, now that one turned out just so da... delicious and, and, and…… I’ll just grab the opportunity to wish you all a Merry X-Mas and a Happy New Year. HAPPY GRILLING IN 2020!
  6. 4.3 kg of Aussie Black Angus Rib Roast some simple seasoning, olive oil, AP Rub, a bit of Cajun Rub, some Beef Rub and on the top Herb de Provence Hickory chunks for smoke (could have taken some more) 3 Hours at 275° I left it resting for 2.5 hours. I’m very happy! It was sooooo juicy I missed a pic of the sandwiches, sorry!,
  7. Boston Butt Video is up, I'm not sure about the quality of the resolution on the video.
  8. Hi all, this is my cook for Sunday, 7,3 kg Duroc Boston Butt, gonna be a first fo me so I’m thankful for all the help I can get. I would cook it a 225-250 and I’ve been told that i should calculate 1hrs per pound of meat + 2 hrs rest so I would be looking at 16-18 hrs in total, does that sound about right? Another question wrap in foil or not and if when? so as you can see I have a lot of questions
  9. We had a Steak Bonanza yesterday 3 Bone-In Wagyu NY Strip around 800 Gram a piece and 3 Dry Ages Irish Hereford Thomahawk Rib-Eyes ...... Yummi!
  10. I got 200 kg = 20 full 32“ baskets so hopefully it’ll get me through most of the summer, but I was told that they are always in stock…let’s see about that
  11. It‘s Marabu charcoal from Cuba. Unfortunately I can’t get my hands on Dennis COCO Char here in Germany, the shipping cost alone would be around $750 and in top of that Tariffs and Vat. But I’m very happy with the Marabu, clean burn very little ashes.
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