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General Discussion / Re: Thermoworks mk4 (should I?)
« Last post by CDN Smoker on April 27, 2017, 11:48:07 PM »
Have to say I love my Thermoworks products :thumbup:
Pit Barrel Cooker Co. / Re: Brisket size limits
« Last post by WaDoug on April 27, 2017, 11:45:09 PM »
Outcome: cooked for about 7 hrs. Pulled at internal temp of 200-205. Put in cooler wrapped in towels/newspaper for a couple of hours. It was over cooked, a bit dry, but good flavor and very delicious slices. I think, based on the Pit Barrel temps, that the carry over temps are higher than a traditional low/slow cook. Probably should have removed at 190-195. But that's the fun of bbq. did cost me $45 for that lesson. The leftovers are very usable. Made a brisket hash and brisket pizza. Both excellent.

Lesson learned - next time I'll try to find a smaller brisket, 10-12 lb size, pull at a 190-195 temp. Put in cooler for 1-2 hrs.
I like that side shelf much better than the Weber Offering.

Chicken looks outstanding :thumbup:
Great video, my SNS is on the way.  Looking forward to seeing you doing more stuff on it.

Thank you, keep,on watching!  :)
Great video again Tom! The more you use that SnS the more you are going to understand it's capabilities. And BTW, nice side shelf! I didn't know I needed it and it amazingly popped into my cart at Amazon!  8)

Thanks Mike! The shelf is surprisingly very nice and practical
Adrenaline Barbecue Co. / Re: Ok, Ok SnS it is
« Last post by FrugalQ on April 27, 2017, 09:05:23 PM »
Tracking number had been rec'd. There will be SNS filled with charcoal here tomorrow night I'm thinking...
The drip form above & the foil from below ;) ;) ;)
General Discussion / Thermoworks mk4 (should I?)
« Last post by Pappymn on April 27, 2017, 07:56:23 PM »
I have the original and the MK4. The enhancements they made to the MK4 are awesome. I only trust my Thermoworks and nothing else. If you should have an issue the company is second to none on service. My old Thermopen was acting strange. They asked me to mail it to them. They replaced it with a new one even though it was out of warranty. I have also sent one in to be recalibrated. You really can't miss with this company.
Big Easy (BEESR) and SRG Type cookers / Re: Pastrami in the BEESR
« Last post by smokeasaurus on April 27, 2017, 07:28:46 PM »
Wendy loves pastrami. She would sure want some of that goodness  :thumbup:
Adrenaline Barbecue Co. / Re: What's the first cook??
« Last post by smokeasaurus on April 27, 2017, 07:26:46 PM »
I would do some meaty pork spares. I like to give them a quick grill after smoking them.
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