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Old 03-21-2014, 08:10 PM   #1
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Stump Yardbird cookin' on the Mini Stumpster.

Stump Yardbird cookin' on the Mini Stumpster.
170 was right after I closed the door. 250 was my target temperature regained about 7 minutes after I closed the door.
Gunna be GOOD!!!!!!!!!









It sure is easier to post pictures right from the camera and NOT have to upload 'em to PhotoBucket or similar...
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I dig it......how are the coconut shell briquets?
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Is there an occasion for 2 chickens or just good eating? Looks good Bob!
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Is there an occasion for 2 chickens or just good eating? Looks good Bob!
They come in a 2-pack from Sam's. I usually cook this same thing seasoned differently (and sometimes cooked indoors ) at least once a month. Good eating for salads, sandwiches, tacos, etc. Great and still moist even after being in the fridge a few days. It might even be great for caterings, parties, etc. So simple and so good!
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I dig it......how are the coconut shell briquets?
So far, I'm liking them. They leave a reddish ash and the briquettes hold their shape even when fully burnt. A little jiggle of the grate and the ash falls apart.

$9.99 for 18 pounds is pretty-darned-good and since they are very dense, they burn hotter and longer. A little harder to light, though.
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Cool I looked today at Meijer but they dont carry it
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You can only get that brand of charcoal from amazon marketplace...

Here is their site.
Coshell - Charcoal Briquets

And Amazon
Amazon.com: coshell
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If there is a Lowe's around, they should have it.

Here's a couple of pictures I took of the ash. On the left is the ash from the Coshell, the right is Stubb's. Nothing at all scientific about the "test" because it was the ends of a bag of each just dumped into the basket. Probably had more of the Coshell than I did of the Stubbs.



This is an "edge" view of the same ash pan.



This is the Mini-Stumpster where it's going to sit on the trailer, next to it's Big Brother, the Monster.

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