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Old 04-07-2010, 07:26 AM   #9
Babbling Farker
Join Date: 11-27-08
Location: Ormond Beach, Florida

Congrats on the new Weber, you will enjoy it. Everybody pretty much hit the nail on the head, low and slow, hot sear, you can do it all with your kettle. If you want to try something big and good and a long low and slow do a butt. It is the most forgiving piece of meat. I do them indirect with a fire of 15 to 20 coals on each side and add 4 or 5 coals each hours (that's where the hinged grate helps) and a few more hickory or cherry chips, I like to use chips because it doesn't increase the heat much. Once you get your kettle "dialed" into the temp you can keep it there for as long as you want. I've done butts on my kettles for 12 hours. Enjoy............
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