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  1. >> had to test it. big laff - I thought they were going to taste it.
  2. yes I'd make sure the master switch is grounded, disconnect the load, and check again - if it's 120V into the switch, and 60V out (measured AT the fixture), then the switch is bad or the wiring from switch to fixture is really bad. uh yes I would expect a glow at an incandescent bulb but not an LED bulb. I'm not an electrician - I'm a EE so I can prove my point with sketches and napkin calcs, and still trip the breaker.
  3. wow that looks legit - I salute you. I love anticuchos and never occurred to me to try making it. I'd have to take some muscle relaxant first.
  4. right! use any bottom-shelf whiskey, and say it's stolen top-shelf bourbon. Then it will taste better.
  5. Nice. It's like magic to turn a cheap tough piece of meat into a feast. It's a good thing it takes so long, otherwise the price would be unreasonable.
  6. yup that skin looks correct. Crispy chicken is special - like fried chicken without the carbs.
  7. That's really strange. I don't spin but when I cook chicken, usually cook at 250-300F then for last stage, I depend on indirect 350-400F for 30-60 minutes to crisp the skin. Otherwise it stays too rubbery. The dome is not a good reference tho - you might have better luck referring to an actual grate temperature probe like Maverick ET-732 . Maybe the fat just doesn't drain enough when you spin. But seems like it would just need more time. I'd spike the chicken so it doesn't tumble, you don't want the rub to be rubbed off. Whats wrong with the forks.
  8. can you spike it with the forks?
  9. 2factor authentication (2FA) by SMS is better than nothing else, but it is not durable. FYI your phone number is not securely in your possession by default. There are many extreme examples of number-porting from high-value targets, that essentially steal your phone number to receive your 2FA texts It's been too easy to do, up to this point, and phone companies have been slow to recognize this threat to their customers. As long as you have a smartphone, tablet or PC then you can generate a durable second-factor (TOTP based) that cannot be easily ported away. I suggest Authy (android, iphon
  10. that looks perfect. Locking casters and it won't go anywhere.
  11. in case of a failure (TTT sticking open, it will get thick and greasy), I'd like a slightly greater chance of limiting the runaway-grill/jet-engine effect, so that I might catch it before it consumes the grill and maybe the wooden deck. So I set the intake and exhaust dampers to the maximum amount I have ever needed for smoking, which is an inch or less open, on both. Then the TTT goes on the exhaust vent where it belongs. Then the likely-worst problem is that the grill burn might go out - and TTT will probably work to keep it going. That is the safest arrangement I can think of, for activ
  12. Brisket is just not as forgiving as pork shoulder. You can do "everything right" and still be punished by a bad piece. Instead of taking the grate off, you might have rekindled it with a hair dryer, forcing air into the inlet vent, since you still had a coal. But if ash choked it in the first place then you could wind up losing the fire again, anyway. I use and like the TTT also, bottom vent 1inch, top vent 0.5 - 0.75 inch at the edge, for smoking. Like shuley said maybe your vents are a little too closed. I wouldn't trust that iGrill anymore. The Maverick ET732
  13. you could leave it, or try to glue with epoxy or fireplace mastic. It'll probably crack some more, maybe it won't just fall apart. Supposedly drilling a hole at the end of the crack, is a technique to stop it - I would not. The true end may not be perceptible.
  14. I think I'm using the CG branded cover for the last 2-3 year - it kinda sucks. Thin, nylon strings tend to come out of the bottom hem. The vinyl coating tends to crack at the bottom hem. It might be ok for 4-5 years. I treated it with a waterproofing and UV-resistant wipe. Better than nothing, the grill must be covered to maximize its life, it's a rust collector. I expect both types are the same construction.
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