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Old 06-04-2006, 09:33 AM   #11
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That looks great! How long did it take to cook?
Konrad Haskins ~ "Three Weber chimneys of new Kingsford from 10:30am to 7pm. 1 Unlit and 1 lit to start plus 1 lit half way."
Really I thought it would have took alot longer
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Old 06-04-2006, 09:37 AM   #12
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That looks great! How long did it take to cook?
Konrad Haskins ~ "Three Weber chimneys of new Kingsford from 10:30am to 7pm. 1 Unlit and 1 lit to start plus 1 lit half way."
Really I thought it would have took alot longer
It appears he's cooking his direct vs indirect and it's probably at a higher temp too. Pigs cooks his hogs this way (direct) on a spit though. Maybe he'll chime in on cook times using this method.
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Hey Bill, does he line the briquets up in rows when he cooks those things?
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Hey Bill, does he line the briquets up in rows when he cooks those things?
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Old 06-05-2006, 01:43 PM   #15
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Pigs cooks his hogs this way (direct) on a spit though. Maybe he'll chime in on cook times using this method.
Then again, maybe he won't...

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Pigs cooks his hogs this way (direct) on a spit though. Maybe he'll chime in on cook times using this method.
Then again, maybe he won't...

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Hey Bill, does he line the briquets up in rows when he cooks those things?
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I'd like to know. The boys are talking about doing one on Bufford. I think I will post a seperate thread for that one.
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I did one on a Ranch Kettle once at Georges. It was 40 pound's. It was okay, But took allot of fuel and took over 12 hours.Fuel was added one chimney at a time with preheated wood.
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I did one on a Ranch Kettle once at Georges. It was 40 pound's. It was okay, But took allot of fuel and took over 12 hours.Fuel was added one chimney at a time with preheated wood.
How big of a pig do you think I could get on Buford? and which way should it face from my non traditonal SFB. Seeing how I am cooking with inderect heat
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