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Well its about 6 hours now, not much to see. Temperatures have been steady, its now 30 F (-1 C) outside. Added 3 L of water, learned to use tongs to put wood chunks in, awful hot on fingers! Thanks for your offer Darryl, things are OK at present but its not on the table yet!! 20090212 Pork Butt 14.j...
Well here we go my first Pork Butt, first cook for my WSM and myself. Up at 4:00 had WSM going by 4:30 (lump charcoal). Prepared Butt (8 lb) with mustard and Butt Rub, in WSM at 5:00, couple pieces of apple wood, outside air temp 14 F (-10 C) slight West wind. Temperature in WSM holding around 225 F...
Hello BBQFoodie, I found out about the BBQ course when I was at his restaurant. You may want to pm him or call. You can get this information by clicking on News & Announcements, its (was) the 4th topic down “Buster Rhino's BBQ Course”. I hope this helps.
I'm looking to get a Vacuum Packer and would like some comments on models that members have. It will be for home use and I have a budget. I'm hoping to get one that is available at locale outlets like Canadian Tire or Home Hardware.
- Sat Feb 14, 2009 8:45 am
- Forum: Barbeque and Grilling
- Topic: Dual Probe Remote Thermometer
- Replies: 30
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I'm looking for a Redi-Check remote thermometer made by Maveric or something similar. Its the one that has dual probes, one for meat and the other for BBQ temperature. I think the model number is 6065. Ontario Gas BBQ carries them but is out of stock. I know I can order one online but would prefer n...
- Mon Feb 09, 2009 12:11 pm
- Forum: Introduce Yourself
- Topic: Beer, BBQ and GRRRRR8 Friends is what we Love.
- Replies: 8
- Views: 558
Welcome aboard bigdog67. I joined this board 3 months ago and have received lots of help and advice from its members. And yes Darryl and Vince did a great job on the BBQ class. Maybe I’ll see you at his next class.
I attended a BBQ class on Saturday. It was put on by Darryl of Buster Rhino's fame. We learned how to cook Southern Style ribs at home. We started the afternoon off by preparing our own back ribs, we then put them in his smoker. While they were smoking/cooking we moved into the front of his business...
- Fri Feb 06, 2009 9:58 pm
- Forum: BEGINNERS/NEWBIES
- Topic: Suggestions for my First Cook
- Replies: 7
- Views: 597
I bought a WSM today. I picked up the 18 inch unit from Ontario Gas BBQ. I was thinking of a pork butt for my first cook. Is this a good idea or should I be trying something else?
- Sat Jan 31, 2009 8:42 am
- Forum: BEGINNERS/NEWBIES
- Topic: Horizontal Smoker or WSM
- Replies: 19
- Views: 1345
Thank you for your replies to this question. You've helped with my decision. From what I've read the off-set requiers a little more experience operate, which I don't have, as well a good one is out of my budget at this time. So for now the WSM is the winner. Once I get some BBQ time under my belt us...