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Old 02-04-2007, 02:11 AM   #1
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4 degrees..brisket cook

Its 4 degrees out...WSM is sitting at 225 grate temp...12 lb bisket is about half way done...sitting at 160...gonna sleep for a few hours..figuring it should be done 8ish..I love my WSM..

Vents are wide open and its holding temp nice.no wind break or blanket, however Ive got a line on a turnout coat ( fire coat ) for my next cook...Keepin the charcol basket full and checking the temp every few hours...

Pics to follow...
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Old 02-04-2007, 04:32 AM   #2
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You are a dedicated man John!! You will reap the rewards though!!!
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You also, are nuts! (It is 2 degrees here. Enjoy the warmth!)
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And to think some European morons nominated Al Gore for the Nobel Peace prize for his work on Global Warming! Now that's NUTS!
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U go John..don't forget the pics..and Greg watch your language this is a family site
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What time do we eat? I need deets.
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Hell John if I figured it would be to cold for you to cook...I would have come up the the boarder and cooked with you in this cold...my brisket could have waited another day....
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Sounds good Mr. Penn
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Way to go John!
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You go John. Where are the pics?
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I think he's sleeping while Lola tends the pit
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Why do I think that we are going to hear about Stoli and jello shot's being the reason he didn't take any pics of the brisket.....
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Long nite last night..Sampled the jello and the beer into the weee hours..anyway..Heres the pics

Before...



After...



And my biggest bbq fan with a hand and mouth full of brisket



Also have the chicken bacon brown sugar things, abt's, strawberrys dipped in chocolate (some also with almonds) and of course jello shots..







Everything is packed and were heading out...Hope you'all have a good superbowl !!
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Good eats there.

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John after seeing those pics you my friend are a gourmet in disguise!!! Very nice looking grub!!! Good work, you're gonna make alot of people happy!!!
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Dude everything looks great
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Holy s%*&

Looks super John Boy!
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John everything looks great!
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Great lookin' food! [smilie=a_goodjobson.gif]

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