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Postby wottagunn on Thu Nov 02, 2017 12:10 am

earlgreytoast wrote:Nice wotta, carrying the bbq torch nicely for EB. :clap:


Sausage is already so flavorful, does a long slow smoke really make it that much better? Quick charring on the grill seems to do me nicely.

dont get me wrong, I love a snag on the barbie. but a sausage in a smoker only takes about 30 mins too and Aaron Franklin makes them look amazing. So it's definitely something im keen to try.


bryndavies wrote:Love beef ribs. Never cooked them, and they're expensive as hell here, can't imagine what you'll pay for em. But they're damn fine. My buddy does them and says it's basically like a brisket, just a shorter cook by a few hours or more. I'll ask him if there are any other tips he picked up. But I must say, beef ribs might be my favorite. Taste like brisket, but they look like awesome dinosaur ribs.

Edit. I've done two massive briskets. Which might be why I'm hesitant to do one in the near future. The cook was 12+ hours, and since I had people coming over at 3-4, that meant I was up at 1am trimming and prepping. That was a long day. I follow Aaron franklins method for brisket. Simple and effective. Have you watched his YouTube videos? He has a ton, but there are three re brisket about the prep, the fire, and the cook.

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJXFUkVvL7g4-ic-vMvL0VYovXzAQ3EUu

The ribs weren't too bad. I did pay $102 for the two briskets though. Shocked me a bit
especially cos my dickhead mates will just come around and devour them within a few minutes.
Im banking on around 12-14 hours for them. I'll get the smoker to temp around 10-11pm one night, load it up with red gum, and get up every 2 hours or so just to check the wireless temp guage. Think it should be fine. Means they will hopefully be ready around lunch time the following day.

and of course ive seen the legends work! I read his book when im smoking.
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Postby RadRacing on Thu Nov 02, 2017 8:44 am

Brisket is less forgiving than the pork in that it is easier to dry it out. Watch your internal temp.

I've only done brisket a handful of times b/c the cost Vs. output is expensive. The last time I did one I had 5 people over and there was zero leftovers (as opposed to the more affordable pork shoulder in which I always have a bunch of leftovers). It's a 'treat meat', I usually order it when I go to BBQ restaurants.

Save the little burnt ends of the bark and throw it in a poutine. MMMMMMM burnt end poutine.
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Postby squalie on Fri Nov 10, 2017 11:01 pm

Anyone have recommendations on smoking at turkey for thanksgiving? I did one a few years back, and it turned out great, but can’t remember a damn thing I did other than the brine.
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Postby piper27 on Sat Nov 11, 2017 8:24 am

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Postby squalie on Sun Nov 12, 2017 12:43 pm

piper27 wrote:http://amazingribs.com/recipes/chicken_turkey_duck/ultimate_smoked_turkey.html

This is how I do my turkeys. Turn out awesome.


Thanks piper, I’ll give it a go.
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Postby piper27 on Sat Nov 25, 2017 2:59 pm

Said drymount it to the 28 degree temp and threw these on the top rack while the turkey sits on the bottom

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Postby rhythmgtr5 on Sun Nov 26, 2017 11:34 am

Piper - how do you keep the skin on the turkey from burning / turning black? Did you tent it with foil or just use a low temp for the duration of the cook? Looks tasty :drool:
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Postby piper27 on Sun Nov 26, 2017 11:39 am

Just a low temp. 200 to 225. Hard to get any higher with the ambient air temp only being 28. I just let it roll, never wrap with foil or paper. I don't smoke it very heavy. Only like 10 small chunks of wood in the first 2 hrs of the cook. Then only charcoal after that for additional fuel. I've seen a lot of birds on instagram that look black as hell. Can't imagine that tastes good.
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Postby piper27 on Sun Dec 03, 2017 6:59 pm

More ribs still smoking

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