It's grilling season again!

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    Originally Posted by Breadburner View Post
    Probably going to be pretty dry as T.G. is weeks away....
    Creeping on just about every post I make. You are mentally ill. Seek help.

    Also, your reading comprehension sucks.

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    Turkey may be the easiest smoke on a Weber Smokey Mountain. For me, its not a lot diff from the whole fryers. WSM was made for this.

    http://virtualweberbullet.com/turkey4.html
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  3. #1003
    Originally Posted by Stinger_1066 View Post
    Those look nice.

    Do you ever do it beer can style?

    I bought one of these a few years back.



    Regarding skin - I like mine with skin on. I'm finding it more and more difficult to find split breasts with skin on. Legs and thighs are not a problem, but for some reason split breasts with skin on are difficult to find. I picked up one package of 2 last weekend, but that is all they had.
    I've thought all along it was a gimmick, Meathead confirms

    Debunking Beer Can Chicken: A Waste of Good Beer, An Inferior Cooking Technique, And Dangerous
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    Good ol’ Indian Round Steak. (Wait....should I have posted in the Steak thread?)
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  5. #1005
    I never know which thread to use. We need a smoker thread and a grill thread.

    That would clear up in any confusion

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    Originally Posted by SixBean View Post


    Good ol’ Indian Round Steak. (Wait....should I have posted in the Steak thread?)
    A far superior product than Lord Greysteak's conflagrated mummified offerings for sure.
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