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Savannahsmoker

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About Savannahsmoker

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  • Birthday 12/07/1942

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  1. Adult beverages - Whisky, Bourbon & Scotch

    I like to change it up now an then but Bourbon is my favorite liquor,
  2. Red Akorn $275 at Amazon

    Price: $260.49
  3. 24+ hours with the Akorn

    It is the Stokelog for Rock's Stoker authored by Amir Majidimehr.
  4. Need a Pork Shoulder Rub

    You are welcome and happy it worked well for you.
  5. Changes and Fixes that Need to be Made - IPB

    So far I like it. :cool:
  6. 24+ hours with the Akorn

    Thanks for your post about the efficiency of the Akorn. The Akorn is the most efficient cooking machine I have eve used. Here is the graph showing a time of 28 hours with four pounds briquettes which is more than long enough for an overnight cook. :D
  7. 8 rolled racks of ribs for the Akorn, Way to go. :D
  8. Need a Pork Shoulder Rub

    Here is a rub I put together over the years. Also have a brine if y'all want it. Savannahsmoker's Mohunken Butt Rub 1/2 cup brown sugar 1 cup white sugar 1 cup paprika 1/4 cup garlic powder 4 tablespoons kosher salt 2 tablespoon chili powder 2 teaspoon cayenne pepper 4 teaspoons black pepper 2 teaspoons dried oregano Or Italian seasion 2 teaspoons cumin 1 tablespoon Mustard Power Lots of Yellow mustard Mix all the rub ingredients, except yellow mustard, together until combined. Remove the meat from the fridge and brine. Dry the meat and rub with yellow mustard. The mustard helps hold the rub and makes for a nice bark. Coat the meat with the dry rub making certain the rub is massaged well into the meat. Refrigerate for 24 hours or so.
  9. Fruit wood

    Stack the wood and use it next year for smoking.
  10. Chicken Week for Me

    NICE, corn, potatoes and chicken makes for a great meal.
  11. Chuck Roast?

    Chuck roast is a more expensive cut of meat and brisket is on the low end. When I worked part time in a German Butcher Shop back in the 50's they put brisket into hamburger. BTW, my main job was tending the smoke house.
  12. Man O' Man that looks delicious. Nicely done. What Pit Temp did you use
  13. Akorn Mods & Fixes

    Sounds like you have a nice system. The only time I plan to use my Rock's Stoker control system is when I will be away from home and I need to monitor and adjust temperature using my Smart Phone or computer though the internet.
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