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Old 04-10-2005, 02:08 PM   #1
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My little 5lber finished around 10am this morning. I did something I usually never do, which is try to ration out just enough fuel to get through the cook...at 5am I was out!!

Took it off the WSM foiled it and finished in the oven. Turned out just fine. Had a sammich or 2 then Foodsavered the rest for baked beans in a few weeks!! Chicken on the grill and a WSM cook all in one night...a great day for sure!

By the way, I used those wood pellet packets (oak) and it worked pretty good! Man, that oak smelled AWESOME as it bellowed out of the WSM. I should get me some of that soon! :biggrin:
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Old 04-10-2005, 02:15 PM   #2
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By the way, I used those wood pellet packets (oak) and it worked pretty good! Man, that oak smelled AWESOME as it bellowed out of the WSM. I should get me some of that soon! :biggrin:
Gooe stuff, eh? I love it!
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By the way, I used those wood pellet packets (oak) and it worked pretty good! Man, that oak smelled AWESOME as it bellowed out of the WSM. I should get me some of that soon! :biggrin:
Gooe stuff, eh? I love it![/quote:3nfv4v02]

Yeah my packet of apple smelled awesome when I did it, but I didn't notice any flavor.

BTW Bill, what is "gooe stuff"? =D> :lmao:
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BTW Bill, what is "gooe stuff"? =D> :lmao:
Damn! Missed that one.....

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sounds good buddy, it's supper time here .... wish I could taste it =P~
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Old 04-11-2005, 06:48 AM   #6
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Yeah my packet of apple smelled awesome when I did it, but I didn't notice any flavor.
I noticed that the single packets weren't enough too, Larry...I have been using approx 1.5 packets worth and get good flavor.
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I tried the pellets and wasn't real crazy about them. Probably have to use more than what I used for any real flavor.
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I used one packet of Pecan when I 'cooked' a 19 lbs Beef Round, Top (Inside) to make roast beef at Christmas. I didn't want much smoke flavor because that's not what I was going for.

My brother-in-law (when eating some leftovers) said that he didn't like the smoke flavor. My wife said it was probably just because he wasn't invited to eat the original meal.

He actually was invited, but wifey gave a deadline to respond and he said no. Then he found out what the menu was and wanted to come... wife said no. She's little... but mean.
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I love oak. That's my main cooking wood. It gets so little credit for good Q.


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I have oak, cherry and apple on hand. Out of hickory, but those 4 are about all I use.
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I'll be using oak frequently this summer, since my neighbor gave me a whole bunch of both red and white...anyone know if there is a big difference between the two, flavorwise?

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