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Old 02-17-2007, 09:41 AM   #41
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When it becomes set it and forget it....there goes the skill and the many years of fine tuning whilst drinking beers...might as well just pour some liquid smoke on it and cook it indoors in an oven.
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Old 02-17-2007, 09:47 AM   #42
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When it becomes set it and forget it....there goes the skill and the many years of fine tuning whilst drinking beers...might as well just pour some liquid smoke on it and cook it indoors in an oven.
Good point Dog! I propose that in order to be more inclusive that we allow all cookers to cook with all sources and of the place of their choosing, much like the current rules of the Grand Rapids, MI contest. Yeah Big Moe we know what you're doing!
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When it becomes set it and forget it....there goes the skill and the many years of fine tuning whilst drinking beers...might as well just pour some liquid smoke on it and cook it indoors in an oven.
Good point Dog! I propose that in order to be more inclusive that we allow all cookers to cook with all sources and of the place of their choosing, much like the current rules of the Grand Rapids, MI contest. Yeah Big Moe we know what you're doing!
Me I am somewhat ammused to see people using WMS taking the top wins against the fellas with thousands of dollars in coookers , RV`s . I now have 2 WSM`s thanks to Santa and my loving wife.
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Old 02-17-2007, 10:01 AM   #44
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Does this mean I do, or don't get your Stump's Smoker, Kloset?
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Old 02-17-2007, 10:04 AM   #45
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Does this mean I do, or don't get your Stump's Smoker, Kloset?
I'll let you know after I look through the plans of this LP conversion kit!
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Old 02-17-2007, 10:04 AM   #46
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Larry, would the use of a wire coat hanger be ok to use in said hotdog cookoff, if so i'm in!
Its not a debate anymore when you call someone a bastard. Where I come from being called a bastard gets the Jerry Springer bell a dinging. :P
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Old 02-17-2007, 10:18 AM   #47
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I only have one question ?

If you set a plate of gas smoke/roasted pork next to a plate of wsm smoked pork, will you be able to see and/or taste the difference ?
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Old 02-17-2007, 10:32 AM   #48
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Larry, would the use of a wire coat hanger be ok to use in said hotdog cookoff, if so i'm in!
Its not a debate anymore when you call someone a bastard. Where I come from being called a bastard gets the Jerry Springer bell a dinging.
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Old 02-17-2007, 10:39 AM   #49
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I only have one question ?

If you set a plate of gas smoke/roasted pork next to a plate of wsm smoked pork, will you be able to see and/or taste the difference ?
I can sure taste it.
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Old 02-17-2007, 10:42 AM   #50
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I only have one question ?

If you set a plate of gas smoke/roasted pork next to a plate of wsm smoked pork, will you be able to see and/or taste the difference ?
I can sure taste it.[/quote:1fmjxfsb]

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Sorry Larry W but I was replieing to Larry D. You didnt have to call me a annotate. I dont know what that means but it hurt. Where is Bill at anyhow?
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Old 02-17-2007, 10:47 AM   #52
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Sorry Larry W but I was replieing to Larry D. You didnt have to call me a annotate. I dont know what that means but it hurt. Where is Bill at anyhow?
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I'm sure that everyone has seen venders at comps selling bones (and alot of them) that came right out of a Southern Pride or similar rig.
http://www.ncre.biz/bbq4u/jpegs/batssweetmeat.jpg
Hidden somewhere was a WSM that they were using to cook their meat for the comp turn in. I find this misleading cause I bet most folks thought the bones they were buying at the booth were the same bones that got turned in for judging. After all, the billboards around the booth had all these ribbons and trophies?
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Old 02-17-2007, 10:56 AM   #55
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I'm sure that everyone has seen venders at comps selling bones (and alot of them) that came right out of a Southern Pride or similar rig.
http://www.ncre.biz/bbq4u/jpegs/batssweetmeat.jpg
Hidden somewhere was a WSM that they were using to cook their meat for the comp turn in. I find this misleading cause I bet most folks thought the bones they were buying at the booth were the same bones that got turned in for judging. After all, the billboards around the booth had all these ribbons and trophies?
You are right to a degree Dats. But the general public would NOT like to eat the meat that is turned in for judging in the first place. Two totally different styles/flavors of BBQ between whats turned in for judges and what the general public is used to and likes to consume.
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Old 02-17-2007, 11:05 AM   #56
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I think you can tell the difference....but then again what the hell do I know.......I know I won't buy any of that gassed Q from Pigs on the Wing Save the gass for the convicts....
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I'm sure that everyone has seen venders at comps selling bones (and alot of them) that came right out of a Southern Pride or similar rig.
http://www.ncre.biz/bbq4u/jpegs/batssweetmeat.jpg
Hidden somewhere was a WSM that they were using to cook their meat for the comp turn in. I find this misleading cause I bet most folks thought the bones they were buying at the booth were the same bones that got turned in for judging. After all, the billboards around the booth had all these ribbons and trophies?
You are right to a degree Dats. But the general public would NOT like to eat the meat that is turned in for judging in the first place. Two totally different styles/flavors of BBQ between whats turned in for judges and what the general public is used to and likes to consume.
How many KCBS trophies do you have? LOL
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Old 02-17-2007, 11:07 AM   #58
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I'm sure that everyone has seen venders at comps selling bones (and alot of them) that came right out of a Southern Pride or similar rig.
http://www.ncre.biz/bbq4u/jpegs/batssweetmeat.jpg
Hidden somewhere was a WSM that they were using to cook their meat for the comp turn in. I find this misleading cause I bet most folks thought the bones they were buying at the booth were the same bones that got turned in for judging. After all, the billboards around the booth had all these ribbons and trophies?
You are right to a degree Dats. But the general public would NOT like to eat the meat that is turned in for judging in the first place. Two totally different styles/flavors of BBQ between whats turned in for judges and what the general public is used to and likes to consume.
How many KCBS trophies do you have? LOL
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Old 02-17-2007, 11:11 AM   #59
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Larry, would the use of a wire coat hanger be ok to use in said hotdog cookoff, if so i'm in!
As long as you straighten it out by hand.
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Larry, would the use of a wire coat hanger be ok to use in said hotdog cookoff, if so i'm in!
Its not a debate anymore when you call someone a bastard. Where I come from being called a bastard gets the Jerry Springer bell a dinging.
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Larry D. will take credit (or blame) for the hot dog roast comments, but I don't know who that "call someone a bastard" refers to. Not me, I didn't call nobody nothin'!!
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