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    fishing, golf, retired life!
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  1. It seems that when the wind picks up, the grill temp goes up too. We then turn the entire grill so the vent is out of the wind. Is there a different solution?
  2. We did a brisket overnight but at some point the charcoal went out. The smoker showed 120 degrees when hubby fired it back up. It went in at 10pm and he planned to cook until noon. I am worried about eating the10# beef brisket. How concerned should I be? We didn't temp the meat before restarting coals.
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