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Old 12-28-2006, 10:47 AM   #61
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I don't think we want to get into another ceramic vs wsm debate........ it's like foil or no foil....you don't wanna go there
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Old 12-28-2006, 10:59 AM   #62
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I don't think we want to get into another ceramic vs wsm debate........ Rolling Eyes Very Happy it's like foil or no foil....you don't wanna go there Wink
Starting a debate wasn't the purpose. Can't we all just get along I don't use Einstein to grill or bake, just smoke. I have a gasser that is great for steaks, chops, burgers and all that stuff. No lid on it, just a huge amount of BTUs under cast iron grates.

I'm actually thinking about getting a WSM. The ceramics are too heavy to lug around which makes them great lawn art. Both smokers have their attributes. Wish I could say the same for that Kingfisher... If the storm misses us I might just give that one another chance
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Old 12-28-2006, 12:06 PM   #63
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I don't think we want to get into another ceramic vs wsm debate........ Rolling Eyes Very Happy it's like foil or no foil....you don't wanna go there Wink
Starting a debate wasn't the purpose. Can't we all just get along I don't use Einstein to grill or bake, just smoke. I have a gasser that is great for steaks, chops, burgers and all that stuff. No lid on it, just a huge amount of BTUs under cast iron grates.

I'm actually thinking about getting a WSM. The ceramics are too heavy to lug around which makes them great lawn art. Both smokers have their attributes. Wish I could say the same for that Kingfisher... If the storm misses us I might just give that one another chance
That's not what I was talkin about but at least what I WAS talking about has been forgotten, which is good........
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Old 12-28-2006, 01:24 PM   #64
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Hey Larry, did you know that there's a guy on that site who's running a Holiday Special on something called Wolfe Rub? How dare he? [smilie=a_huh.gif]
He's such a copy cat!
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