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Old 06-03-2006, 07:47 PM   #1
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Well, Im cooking

Someone has to keep the forum of track. I guess I will step up to the plate tonight.
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Mmmmmmmm...Let's eat!
 
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Mmmm Chicken and ABTs. Yummy
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Here is a pic of Darryl and his other brother Darryl along with some abt's
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Looks good ... real good.
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A brand new Char Griller =D>
Looking good Cliff

Where's the firebox
Chicken look's tasty
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A brand new Char Griller =D>
Looking good Cliff

Where's the firebox
Chicken look's tasty
That must be on his "Things To Buy List".
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A brand new Char Griller =D>
Looking good Cliff

Where's the firebox
Chicken look's tasty
That must be on his "Things To Buy List".
I just read the mods post #-o
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Yum!
ABTs are awesome.
Great color on the chicken.
Is the same stuff on both of them?
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Tastefully done Cliff =D> =P~ man that looks good. If you have any leftover chicken try the Buffalo Chicken Wing dip recipe.
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Those birds sure look good! Looks like they were rubbed with Wolfe Rub, is that right?
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Thanks for the replies guys,
One was rubbed with Wolfe rub, the other with my brothers secret family recipe. They cooked at around 250-275 for three hours or so. Took internal temp to 174 deg. I look forward to making all of the mods to this inexpensive grill. The only one I made this time was extending the exhaust down to grate level and it made a world of difference.
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One was rubbed with Wolfe rub, the other with my brothers secret family recipe. They cooked at around 250-275 for three hours or so. Took internal temp to 174 deg. I look forward to making all of the mods to this inexpensive grill. The only one I made this time was extending the exhaust down to grate level and it made a world of difference.
Add the fire bricks and the baffle when you get the fire box
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I hope to get it all PIMPED out by next weekend!!!!!!!!
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The food looks great.

Post pictures of your mods when you get them done.
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Nice job Cliff! Way to keep things on topic.
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looks good to me Cliff. Way to go.
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Nice job Cliff! Way to keep things on topic.
Puff I told you Nick was an Undercover moderator.
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