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That sounds good, might have to try it. The one I've been eyeing in the butcher window lately though has been pig tails.
I have a couple of pics on my phone from when I made them. First is the cut and then the finished rib tips, forgot to get one of the ribs.
Second pic. Couldn't figure out how to post two pics to one message from my phone.
Nice, make that rub? Your butchering station looks quite a bit classier than mine...haha.
so jburd, when is that housewarming party?
This post was edited by JDawgBBall9 2 years ago
"Maryland football: Where everybody gets hurt and the starting left tackle has an existential crisis."
Yeah the rub was homemade. I logged the ingredients but don't have it on me. I'll post at some point.
Jdawg- talk to the homeowners on that one. Maybe sometime in may.
Almost forgot, snagged this bad boy over the weekend too. Not the bandera but still couldn't pass up some New Braunfels action. Planning to try building my own pit if my cheapo welder can handle it, and the thought is to convert this old water smoker into a vertical offset by capping the bottom and adding a fire box, or (more likely) halving the 55 gallon drum that's been sitting in my garage forever and using it as a firebox beneath this chamber.
Come this evening I'll be a KCBS certified judge. I plan to walk immediately into the closest bbq joint, take one bite and spit it out all over the floor.
Few pizzas on the grill last night....
Left - crushed garlic, fresh mozz, roasted bell peppers, caramelized onion, tomato and a balsamic drizzle
Right - standard with feta, black olives and tomato
Not pictured - fresh mozz, salami, and sliced bella mushroom.
Im ready for aa 5th of vodica to end my feels.
Boss commutes up from Eastern Carolina every Monday and he's bringing in some carolina style BBQ for lunch today FTMFW!
I love when you make homemade pizza and it looks like a first grader drew it but then you bite into it and all the fresh flavors explode at you. Presentation can be overrated sometimes.
First time I made them I think I was stressing about a round pie, but gave up on that quickly.
I have a problem with my electric smoker...the heating element won't heat. It turns on and lets me set the digital temp/time, and acts like it's heating up (red light on), but won't heat. What can I do?
Does it just have a hot-plate like heating coil?
Yeah, it's a u-shaped heating element, like the spiral on an electric stove.. Am I screwed?
This post was edited by frode 23 months ago
Can you buy a replacement heating element?
The wiring to the coil is intact? All those things do is take electricity and turn it into heat. Odd that it would break imo.
IT looks like replacments on the web are relatively cheap
Yeah, I'm not against trying to repair it...I'll have to take a look at how easy it is to disassemble.
I'm strongly considering buying an electric smoker. Something not too expensive, so probably on the smaller side. Any recs?
I was looking at a Bradley one on amazon, anyone have experience with them?
I have the Brinkley electric smoker. $80 and does a pretty good job.
Find Master Forge Electric Dome Smoker at Lowes.com. Lowes offers a variety of quality home improvement products that are available for purchase online or in store.
This post was edited by Baldwin 23 months ago
Are you guys using electrics due to smoking a lot of fruit/fish/etc., or is it just about convenience/cleanup?
Those look great. If you care about making them round just pick up a pizza screen. I got one from a friend who worked at a pizza joint and grilling is all I use it for. For me it's more about being able to dress the pizza before throwing it on and, more importantly, slide and spin the pizza over the coals for even doneness...but it also holds the dough in shape once you stretch it on there. My last batch of grilled pizzas looked like they were from a restaurant, not that it mattered to anybody's mouth.
Convenience for me. I like the idea of being able to set the temp, let it ride and not have to monitor it all the time. Most of the cheaper smokers I've used are difficult to keep at a consistent temp, and buying a temp controller raises the cost significantly.
I ended up getting a MasterBuilt electric smoker just now. Had a lot of good reviews and was at the right price point for what I need right now. In a few years when I'm a little more settled down and experienced with it, I'll probably upgrade to a nicer pit. Hopefully getting this thing fired up Saturday for some ribs and/or shoulder.
Nice, don't forget pics!
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