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Old 05-27-2007, 10:48 AM   #1
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Beef, it's what's for dinner

I found these Excel USDA Choice Beef Ribs at Safeway yesterday in Cryovac frozen for $1.49lb. They don't appear to be shiners and look meaty. I rubbed those down with Wolfe Rub Bold. I also have a 7lb brisket flat rubbed down with Wolfe Rub Bold as well. The Primo is chugging along with Cowboy Lump and Hickory!

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Old 05-27-2007, 11:05 AM   #2
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looks like a lot of smoke!
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Old 05-27-2007, 11:16 AM   #3
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Man, nice looking ribs...you gonna be eating all that today?
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how long is the flight to were you live wolfe from houston? Look like your have fun.
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Old 05-27-2007, 01:21 PM   #5
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What do you think of the Cowboy lump? I've heard bad about it but it is one of two brands avcailable locally. I can get this.


Or Cowboy. Cowboy costs about half the other stuff but the Natural Hardwood Lump works great and is highly rated at Naked Whiz. And the BGE doesn't use much.
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Old 05-27-2007, 01:31 PM   #6
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What do you think of the Cowboy lump? I've heard bad about it but it is one of two brands avcailable locally. I can get this.


Or Cowboy. Cowboy costs about half the other stuff but the Natural Hardwood Lump works great and is highly rated at Naked Whiz. And the BGE doesn't use much.
Griff I heard alot of bad stuff about it too, but haven't experienced it yet. It is all made from furniture scrap (unfinished), it's nice uniform pieces and lasts a long time with barely any ash. I would recommend it for sure. One I would not recommend is the Barbecues Galore lump, the two bags I had varied in size from the size of a quarter up to this!
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Lookin' good brother man
Ribs and breesket at the Puff pad today too
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Man, that's a lump!

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(But then, that's what it says on the package. )
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Griff, for a while I used cowboy and had decent luck, then it got more inconsistent from bag to bag. Large unburned pieces and some bags that wouldnt burn if you used a flame thrower. If its what you can get, why not try a bag and see how it works. i wont go back..but that could just be my stubborn nature.
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I still use Kingsford in my WSM, mainly because I've done it for years and it is consistent. After the first 45 - 60 minutes Kingsford in the WSM is pretty much leave it and forget it. I got a BGE for Christmas and that's what I've using the lump in. It's been an interesting learning experience.
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