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Old 09-07-2006, 02:06 AM   #1
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I spent most of the night doing prep work. I finally got everything rubbed or injected at 1:00am. " BBQ is a lot of work but I hardly noticed". I already have the chargriller cleaned up and ready to go. I plan to add one more Pappy mod while the meat is on.

I have a lot of new stuff that I want to try. Everything goes on tomorrow at about 7:00ish. I have two books that I have been getting ideas from and some sample rub to try out so here is the line up.

One Boston Butt rubbed with wooster, mustard and Wolfe rub.

One Boston Butt injected and rubbed with a Chris Lilly combo I mixd up from the book "Peace Love and Barbecue."

One slab of spares rubbed with wooster, mustard and Tex-joy.

One slab of spares rubbed with woostser, mustard and " Magic Dust" from the said book " PL&B"

One slab of spares rubbed with wooster, mustard and Wolfe Rub "Bold".

I have a new ET-72 to monitor the pit temp.

I will be cooking with new to me Kingsford Charwood Lump and hickory chunks. I also purchased a smoker box so I could add some of the BBQ Delight "Apple" pellets.

I even bought some of the grill wipes that The Joker told us about.
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Old 09-07-2006, 05:39 AM   #2
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You know we need pics.
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Good luck Cliff!!
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a great day to be Cliff!
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Sounds good can't wait to see and hear the results
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Old 09-07-2006, 07:57 AM   #6
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Now that's going to be a full Char Griller
Good luck can't wait for the pic's
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Old 09-07-2006, 08:30 AM   #7
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Butts went on around 7:00am I was able to take this pic about an hour later, once the smoke from the BBQ delight pellets burned out.




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Sounds like a great line up cliff, one question though. Before I rub I slather with either mustard OR wooster sauce depending on the rub. You use both, any particular reason??? have fun!
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Sounds like a great line up cliff, one question though. Before I rub I slather with either mustard OR wooster sauce depending on the rub. You use both, any particular reason??? have fun!
No reason at all. Just trying to get the best of EVERYTHING.
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Old 09-07-2006, 09:19 AM   #10
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Sounds like a great line up cliff, one question though. Before I rub I slather with either mustard OR wooster sauce depending on the rub. You use both, any particular reason??? have fun!
No reason at all. Just trying to get the best of EVERYTHING. [/quote:f8l8f28u]

Got it....looks good so far
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Enjoy your cook Cliff, looks good so far.
Hope that mod works good for you.
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Which mod did you do Cliff?
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Butts went on around 7:00am I was able to take this pic about an hour later, once the smoke from the BBQ delight pellets burned out.

Whaddaya have planned for the peppers?

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Which mod did you do Cliff?
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I will take a pic when I put the ribs on. You gotta do this. It works reall good.
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Whaddaya have planned for the peppers?

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I didn't have a tater. They are just holding my probe. They went flat so I had to use something else.
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I didn't have a tater. They are just holding my probe. They went flat so I had to use something else.
Oh, now I recognize the probe.

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Which mod did you do Cliff?
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I will take a pic when I put the ribs on. You gotta do this. It works reall good.
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Dumped the ash tray and reloaded with lump. 1/2 bag burned for about four hours with me adding hickory to it.

Here is the exhaust mod



I don't think I can get anything else on here.

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Lookin' good Cliff, I can smell it from here.
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Lookin' good Cliff, I can smell it from here.
No you can't!
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