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JeffieBoy last won the day on July 20

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    Feeding, Fishing & Foolin' around, and not necessarily in that order...
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  1. Looks wonderful John. Turkey is one of my favourite things to put on the Akorn. Good job!
  2. Happy Trails to You! I just celebrated my 60th in September. You did a better job though...
  3. Welcome to the mass cookers club! The more meat the merrier!
  4. Wow Philpom, you're going to make someone a fine husband someday! That said, I think I'd leave my wife for those nuggets... let me know if you are interested.
  5. Looks like another successful Akorn cook! Good job.
  6. No injection. if you are going to rest in the cooler, drop two bricks in, place the platter with the paper wrapped brisket on the bricks, gently add a kettle of boiling water and let that sucker relax until you are ready for service. This has never let me down.
  7. I keep seeing these steaks and am waiting for that special event to pull the trigger on one. 60th birthday? Nope. Early retirement? Nope. Birth of my Grandson? Nope. Maybe I am just too cheap...
  8. Kick it up. Marinade that sucker for 24 to 48 hours in a buttermilk garlic marinade before roasting! You will love it...
  9. Welcome aboard from a Canadian Akorn nut! I've had mine for almost 8 years and it's still going strong. Be sure to post some photos!
  10. Grind them off smooth, position the new vent rotated about 5 to 10 degrees, drill three new pilot holes and use some good stainless screws? You mights have to live with a slightly offset vent position but at least it should go smoothly. Not sure if this is viable or not but would make sense to me.
  11. Rick, where is Lococo's? Err, ummm, asking for a “friend” in Cambridge... Found them! Never mind.
  12. Hmmm, going to Oakville on Wednesday to meet my new Grandson. Perhaps a side trip is in order. Thanks for this.
  13. Hah! $1.25 CAD per Litre of Gas (4.27 USD per Gallon), $3.50-4.00 a pound for Pork Shoulders and $6.00-7.00 a pound for Brisket. We have toget it right every time at those prices... I'd kill for any of those three to be cheap! LOL
  14. What an amazingly lovely slab O beef! I cannot say that I have ever seen one that nice up here in Canada before. But then again, I am starting to think most of our meat here is unaged repackaged road kill...
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