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Old 01-30-2005, 08:59 AM   #1
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Overnight Butt Cook Update

Everything went smooth overnight...COLD!! WSM is at 237 and the meat is in the 160's plateau!

Here are some pics as I got started...will update as I get more!

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Old 01-30-2005, 09:03 AM   #2
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Um...the date on those pics says1/1/2003
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Yeah...all night...whent on at 10:30pm last night. I don't usually have the 160 as much as I do the 180's...hope I don't get both...no matter...dinner ain't until 5pm!
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Greg what kinda wood is that?
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Applewood...my favorite and I can get it for free...as much as I want!
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Hey Rempe, is that the apple I gave ya last summer? What ever happened to those photo's you shot while here. Let's see em! Woody
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Man I love apple wood. I do all my butts over apple cherry and hickory (just a little hickory). The only cherry I can get though is chips. Need to order some more chunks.
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Hey Rempe, is that the apple I gave ya last summer? What ever happened to those photo's you shot while here. Let's see em! Woody
Woodman...I used the apple chunks loooooong ago...that is what got me going on Apple!! I get it from a couple Orchards now around the area!

Unfortunately, those pics are gone...along with that camera...it was work's!!
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Yeah, the older you get, the tougher it is to find cherry Cap'n! I spent a day in November taking cherry trees out of a friend's property (hope he doesn't find out ) so I've got about two cords of unsplit logs now. A cord of apple is seasoning up in my woodshed (used to be a toolshed!) I've got another friend who has multiple apple and cherry trees on a piece of land he just bought that we are taking out as soon as hunting season is over. Those should yield about three cords min. I think there are maple and oak there too! I'm fixed for wood through 2007!! I also have about a 1/4 cord of Hickory that I use sparingly. Hope to pick up some pecan on an exchange with Redneck Cooker when I pick up my pit in Tejas. Not too much, cause of gas and all to haul it. They desire apple in Tejas. We desire pecan in Ohio! This is why they call me "Woodman"
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Hey Rempe, is that the apple I gave ya last summer? What ever happened to those photo's you shot while here. Let's see em! Woody
Woodman...I used the apple chunks loooooong ago...that is what got me going on Apple!! I get it from a couple Orchards now around the area!

Unfortunately, those pics are gone...along with that camera...it was work's!!
Cool, the orchard gig is one of my favorites too! I cook up a butt every so often to keep the owners happy!
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