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Old 01-21-2007, 10:21 AM   #1
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Butts with Piedmont Pan

Yesterday I finally put the thing together. I just taped the two bowls together with painter's tape and drilled. Nothing fancy. Foiled. Ready to go!


At 3pm I put the two butts on, WRO on both. The temp has held steady all day and night so far at around 240. They should be ready to take off in the next few hours. I am more than pleased with the pan. Second picture is from 7:30am this morning.


I'll have the finished product pictures tomorrow or so along with the rib roasts I am doing.

The freeze California has whithered the tops of the citrus trees in the backyard. Bummer.
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Old 01-21-2007, 10:28 AM   #2
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Lookin' good Helen


Not to get off topic but I hear the whole citrus industry is really taking a hit with all of this crazy weather.
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Old 01-21-2007, 10:36 AM   #3
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Nice butts Helen!
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Old 01-21-2007, 11:08 AM   #5
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noticed any difference with the Piedmont thing yet?
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Old 01-21-2007, 12:55 PM   #6
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Looks like a great start Helen. Hard to believe that we have a female here who is handier than Greg! It's a shame about the trees and the frost, looks like the price of citrus fruit is gonna go up!
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Not often I get to say the words..."Nice butt Helen"..and not be in fear of a whack by my wife
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Old 01-21-2007, 02:22 PM   #8
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Is that done with the charcoal pan or the water pan ?
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Nice job Helen.

Well done.
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Looking good Helen. Sorry about the trees though.
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those piedmont pans looking interesting. my only problem with them (and its more a problem with the brinkman pan) is that i can't pile as much lump in there.
How high off the ring are you filling it with lump?
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[quote=Helen_Paradise]
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Originally Posted by "brian j":2tbw1rph
those piedmont pans looking interesting. my only problem with them (and its more a problem with the brinkman pan) is that i can't pile as much lump in there.
How high off the ring are you filling it with lump?[/quote:2tbw1rph]

High... that's how high.
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How high off the ring are you filling it with lump?
for longs cooks as high as i can fill it. i've had to taken some out before because i couldn't put middle section on. [/quote:23avsipn]

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Originally Posted by "brian j":2pqpw2ai
those piedmont pans looking interesting. my only problem with them (and its more a problem with the brinkman pan) is that i can't pile as much lump in there.
How high off the ring are you filling it with lump?
High... that's how high. [/quote:2pqpw2ai]

I thought it was ....very
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