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Old 01-29-2012, 11:33 AM   #601
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did 2 pork shoulders and a cheesy tatter stuffed Beef fatty with Cherry Mojobricks and charcoal, my first time with the Mojobricks but they do last longer than wood. Will use them again

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Old 01-30-2012, 01:11 PM   #602
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That beef fatty looks like a slice of heaven.

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Old 01-31-2012, 11:28 AM   #603
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That beef fatty looks like a slice of heaven.
yes it did turn out great the wife said it was the best meat loaf she ever had hehehe
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Old 01-31-2012, 11:30 PM   #604
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I did some chicken wings in the smoker Sunday:

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If I have some people over for the Super Bowl I'll smoke ribs and a pork roast, and maybe a chicken or 2.

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How's the skin turn out on your wings? Every time i do chicken wings the skin is like a big piece of rubber.
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How's the skin turn out on your wings? Every time i do chicken wings the skin is like a big piece of rubber.
The skin was definitely pretty rubbery when they came out so I popped them in the oven. SWMBO had a batch of fries going in there at 450 so about 10 minutes took care of the skin.
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Well I added a BBQ Guru DigiQ DX2 Temp Control to my UDS and tried it out on a Snowy Saturday afternoon in the Philly Burbs made my Wife a early valentines day Dinner on the Menu was London Broil, Broccoli and Cheese Potato Bombs, and Crab and Shrimp stuffed ABT's. The wife loved her dinner

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That drum smoker is NOT ugly. You need a new name.

How were the seafood ABT's? They sound great. I think I'll fire mine up next weekend and give em a try.
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That drum smoker is NOT ugly. You need a new name.

How were the seafood ABT's? They sound great. I think I'll fire mine up next weekend and give em a try.
the seafood ABT's were awesome I made the Vadalia Onion Cream Cheese added fresh garlic and crab meat with my seafood seasoning then added a shrimp on top before wrapping with Bacon and dusting with fresh grind black pepper. Here is a pic of them before I wrapped them in bacon.
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