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Old 11-10-2007, 09:52 AM   #1
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Here we go!

Getting started on a long weekend of cooking! So far 7 fatties, 2 butts (for 8lbs pulled) and two 6.5lb briskets. Got the briskets on the Primo Jr and the butts and fatties on the Primo Oval XL. Tomorrow I'm cooking 4 turkeys on the WSM's, 4 racks of spares on the XL and two London broils on the Jr. I'm ready for a beer!!!

Yes you're correct that's not WRO on the butts, it's McCormicks BBQ Seasoning, I'll add WRO and Szecret Szauce once it's pulled.

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Old 11-10-2007, 09:56 AM   #2
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Looks like your off to a great start Larry! That McCormicks isn't bad with a little doctoring up.
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Old 11-10-2007, 09:57 AM   #3
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Looks like you got it going on Larry.

Is the McCormiks good stufff ?
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Old 11-10-2007, 10:01 AM   #4
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Larry, your more busy than a one armed paper hanger with the crabs! Looking good.
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Old 11-10-2007, 10:07 AM   #5
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Cliff it's okay. I was gonna add more sugar to it but decided not too since it's just butts.

I pulled the WSM's up on the deck for the turkeys tomorrow and they're nasty. It's cold out so I said screw it, I'll sacrifice a bag of Kingsford and burn them clean. So I loaded them up, added some wood chunks and fired them up! Gonna let them burn wide open until they burn themselves out. That should clean them pretty good.

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Go Larry Go...
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Wow, you got a full day ahaead of you larry. Do you ever wet down the deck before BBQing? I started doing that lately.. Also, I used your WRB on some beef sweet breads yesterday and it totally ROCKETED to the moon!!! Good stuff yall!!!! More pics Larry!!
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Old 11-10-2007, 11:45 AM   #8
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Wow, you got a full day ahaead of you larry. Do you ever wet down the deck before BBQing? I started doing that lately.. Also, I used your WRB on some beef sweet breads yesterday and it totally ROCKETED to the moon!!! Good stuff yall!!!! More pics Larry!!
I don't normally wet it down before cooking but I will pour a bucket of water around where I was cooking before I go to bed if it's late.
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Hey Larry... from lookin at that pic. I wonder if the birds in that tree have ashma from the smoke.... [smilie=a_doh.gif] [smilie=a_chuckle.gif]
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Old 11-10-2007, 12:20 PM   #10
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That's what I call good meat management. Good work Larry!!
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That's what I call good meat management. Good work Larry!!
Larry's always been good at managing his meat!
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Fatties are done, I'm gonna let them thoroughly cool then into the freezer and then into the vacuum bags! Vacuuming them without sealing them would crush the sausage

Got the briskets into the foil at 165*. The pic I took is the fat side so there wasn't much caramelization, but on the meat side there was nice barkage. I'll pull them off the cooker at 190*, let rest, then cool and into the fridge overnight. I'll slice cold tomorrow and then vacuum seal.

Butts are moving very very very slow, only at 127* now...... I may have to "Bill Small" the butts at 165*

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You're a real role model, Larry.

I've got a couple WRB butts going, got 'em on late, so I'll be up late tonight.

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Fatty's are sealed and in the freezer! I also "Smalled" the butts, I'm in a hurry today cause I gotta get right back at this tomorrow morning with the turkeys, ribs and London Broil. So far everything is turning out great. I tried a piece of the bark with the McCormicks BBQ Rub and I gotta say it's pretty good after it's cooked. Out of the bottle alone, I don't like the smoke flavor. But it works great for a mass rub, I'm still gonna give the butts the Wolfe Rub and Szecret Szauce treatment after pulling!

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Why so much food dude?
Stockin' up for the winter?
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Puff, try to pay attention!
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Yes puff pay attention! looks like your off to a great start larry. How are the turkeys coming?
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This is why we always stray off topic..people aren't paying attention. Hey Puff, how many members does it take...oh never mind...

Lookin' good Larry..
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