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Old 10-28-2005, 07:13 PM   #1
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All nighter w/o LuLu

Threw on 2-8lb butts rubbed with WolfeRub in the WSM. First cook in it since SOTB! Loaded up with Kingsfords and hickory chunks. Temps at 235*, I've got all of the bottom vents closed 75%. Heading to bed in a few, hopefully the WSM does her magic! I've got the ET-73 sitting next to the bed, just in case. Will update in the morning.



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Old 10-28-2005, 07:37 PM   #2
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That looks great man!! I'm requesting a WSM on the freecycle clubs this weekend. Have a great weekend Larry!
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Old 10-28-2005, 07:41 PM   #3
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That looks great man!! I'm requesting a WSM on the freecycle clubs this weekend. Have a great weekend Larry!
Sweet!!! Glad that Freecycle is coming in handy for you!! The WSM is great for a cook like this! I'll be firing up LuLu Sunday. I'm doing 3 turkeys and a ham!
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Old 10-29-2005, 08:14 AM   #4
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I really miss using the WSM! I put the butts on around 8pm last night, woke up this morning and the temp was just down to 215* and the butts were around 175*. Outside temps were in the 30's last night. Stirred the coals and added about 20 more. The meat temp dropped a bit but everything is chugging along good now, pit's back up to 245* and the meat is at 170*. The smell is incredible!! Gotta little ash on the butts, but I'll rinse it off with AJ.





Here's the Boss with her Halloween outfit on too!

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Old 10-29-2005, 09:27 AM   #5
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Looks great Larry. I need to do another butt cook soon (no more vacuum packed bags in the freezer).
Cute daughter. So the two of you will be wearing matching Halloween costumes this year?
Nope Jeff, I'm Peter Pan!! LOL!
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Old 10-29-2005, 10:36 AM   #6
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I was up for over 24 hours doing another 13 pound brisket.
great looking food.!!
Spend a $180 and get a WSM for overnighters!!!
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Nice job buddy. Did the ash come from the coal stirring or was it that flaky stuff from the lid? I hate that.

Cat looks so precious in her costume too . :biggrin:
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Nice job buddy. Did the ash come from the coal stirring or was it that flaky stuff from the lid? I hate that.

Cat looks so precious in her costume too . :biggrin:

I think the ash is from the coals and wind, it's been a bit windy. Thanks for the comp's about the boss!!
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Looking good buddy. Now dont you be using no WSM when we invade your home on the 12th. WE want to see Lulu in action!
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Looking good buddy. Now dont you be using no WSM when we invade your home on the 12th. WE want to see Lulu in action!
It'll be all LuLu!!!
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