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Unread 09-18-2010, 08:00 PM   #20
Boshizzle
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Originally Posted by boogiesnap View Post
great thread boshizzle.
i have to disagree about the oven tho.
if you're cooking in the oven, you're practicing RECIPES.
if you're cooking in your smoker, you're practicing BBQ.
i suggest the newbie and veteran alike practice BBQ.
the difference between cooking in the oven and cooking in the smoker are too great for 1 technique to translate to the other successfully.
you'll just wind up doing everything twice.
just my 2 cents, maybe less.
You make some good points, but from the stand point being able to recognize when the meat is at the tenderness you want it, the oven is a great tool. It can also be used to test recipes.
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