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  • Birthday 12/02/1978

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  1. Meathead is great and his site is really informative. I used this on our last Thanksgiving turkey(vertically roasted) and it was incredible. The entire family had told me at one time or another that it was the most flavorful and moist turkey they had ever had. Now I get the pleasure of cooking it yearly from here on out, or they will hurt me they say lol
  2. Looks amazing to me! Nice choice with the zucchini! How was the flavor?
  3. I have used this recipe for chicken many times and the flavor is amazing! Bursting with juice and flavor when you are done with your cook. The best method is to vertically roast your whole chickens but you can use it for literally any cut of chicken. Can be used dry or as a wet rub. If you use the wet rub method, let is sit in the fridge overnight before applying it to the chicken. I recommend letting the rub sit for at least a couple of hours before placing on your grill. ENJOY! RecipePreparation time. 10 minutes Makes. About 1/4 cup, enough for about 8 large whole chickens Ingredients 1 tablespoon dried crushed parsley 2 tablespoons dried crushed sage 1 tablespoon dried crushed rosemary 1 tablespoon dried crushed thyme 1 tablespoon dried crushed oregano 1 tablespoon dried crushed basil 1 tablespoon dried crushed bay leaf 1 tablespoon ground black pepper 1 tablespoon sugar Make a wet rub. Mix a tablespoon or two of this dry rub with the same amount of vegetable or olive oil an hour or so before cooking to make a wet rub. Use oil, not water, because most of the flavors are oil soluble, not water soluble. this great recipe comes from one of my favorite sites. You all should check it out! http://amazingribs.com/index.html
  4. This is a great recipe! My mother grew up in South Korea and she makes a very similar style chicken. Thanks for posting!
  5. Nice work on them Ribs! Its 9:30 AM and now I want some ribs!
  6. I'm not sure what it is, weather it's the humid here here in houston or some other dumb luck. But every time I smoke in my Joe I get that phenomenal blue smoke.... I mean every time. Doing a 13.5 beast of a Boston butt right now [emoji1] [emoji1] [emoji1]
  7. Fun things to do in Austin? Wife and I going to visit this weekend for a last minute getaway.

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    2. Savage Henry

      Savage Henry

      We have a Chuy's in Houston :) We wanted to do things that weren't available to us typically. So Friday night went to The Scarlet Rabbit (super cool hole in the wall, themed from alice in wonderland, had to eat the smoked rabbit gumbo). Saturday we went up and down congress street walking through all the shops, then went and had the best pizza ever! Home Slice Pizza!

      And I decided not to go and eat BBQ.... Mainly because mine is pretty good :D got home on Sunday just in t...

    3. Savage Henry

      Savage Henry

      time for the Texans kickoff! Perfect weekend.

    4. slashand1


      Next time hit barton springs and on the way in hit the turf and surf food truck. about $20 a per person but oh so good!

  8. Sad that I have no time to smoke anything :(

    1. karacooks


      I've been there. It's no fun!!

    2. slashand1


      that pesky Real life getting in the way. No bueno!

    3. philpom


      Do something risky, toss a butt on in the morning before work and have it for dinner that night.

  9. Wondering what I'm going to toss on for my first Joe cook....

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    2. Savage Henry

      Savage Henry

      I think that's a strong possibility. I do also have about a 7 lb point in the freezer. May do both at once. I wonder which one would get finished first.. I only have one probe for now :)

    3. BMoreSmoker


      I started with a brisket....12 hours. Kamado does all the work.

    4. Savage Henry

      Savage Henry

      Nice! I had to put my cook off till this fri or sat. Got to pick up a grill extender first though.

  10. Unfortunately for me, I used my IQ110 2 times.... The second time it failed to function. The Akorn is accurate enough to control without this helper. I have no problem waking up once in a while on an overnight cook. Don't waste your money on these things. At least the IQ. Unrelated : The Boston butt must be the easiest thing in the world to cook! I have cooked it as slow as 10 hours low, then as fast as 4 and its great either way!
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