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Old 04-29-2007, 09:04 AM   #1
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Briskets on!

Just to demonstrate how efficient the Primos are, take a look at the pic below. I filled the firebox with lump and about 4 chunks of apple yesterday for the ribs. The ribs cooked for about 5 hours at 235-250 range. I opened the cooker up to reload for todays brisket and to my surprise I still have more than enough for a long brisket cook! So I added 4 chunks of hickory and the brisket is now on. Had this been the WSM I would have used about 1/3 of a bag of Kingsford for the ribs and probably had to use the rest of the bag for the brisket cook. Not bashing the WSM's cause I still love and will use mine. Just wanted to show the efficiency of the Primos.

The brisket is rubbed down with worcestershire sauce and Wolfe Rub Bold.

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Old 04-29-2007, 09:13 AM   #2
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I think the primo is pretty darn cool great economical cook however if you had been using Basques lump charcoal in your wsm it would have lasted just as long.
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sounds like that thing is going to pay for itself...
how is the temperature control compared to the bullet?
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I think the primo is pretty darn cool great economical cook however if you had been using Basques lump charcoal in your wsm it would have lasted just as long.
But then think how much would be left in the Primo. Larry could cook for a month on it.
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looking good larry. i'm gald that i'm not the only one smoking today.
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Old 04-29-2007, 03:23 PM   #7
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sounds like that thing is going to pay for itself...
how is the temperature control compared to the bullet?
Seems so far there's not a huge huge difference in overall temp control. Both hold real steady. However, it's windy today and the Primo has not budged, been sitting right at 247* almost all day and the brisket is at 175*. I thought something was wrong, soI pulled the ET-73 probe out to make sure it was working. All is good. I decided not to foil this one, mainly due cause I was cutting grass and didn't want to get off the tractor to foil.

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I think the primo is pretty darn cool great economical cook however if you had been using Basques lump charcoal in your wsm it would have lasted just as long.
But then think how much would be left in the Primo. Larry could cook for a month on it.
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Old 04-29-2007, 06:22 PM   #8
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That is economical.
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