Originally Posted by jkirker
Im out to dinner but just tried it on my phone and a 14 ounce based on the 90/pound rule suggested 21 and not 36.
Can anyone else verify Chucks math?
Come on man. Help a brother out.
And this is a "guide". How many times has it happen when someone cooks and they don't end up serving until 10pm bcause they didnt anticipate the time of the cook?
I've seen it and it's happened to me more then once. I've even seen. Ompetition friends bonehead it.
Also Chuck there's a suggested rest in there. Perhaps you read it wrong?
And if you do it again and it's jacked up please send me a screenshot and I'll figure it out.
I like the idea, and I want it to work. Hell, I'm doing my first comp soon, so I'd love to see this work, so I could use it as a guide.
Just tried it again.
Can't send a screenshot from my phone. Sorry.
This time, I got a 26-hour cook. Better, but still too long. And yes, I realize there's a rest time (and I appreciate that being included).
Put in march 14, 2 pm as desired completion time. (Somewhat random, but simulating a comp turn-in time). It tells me to put the meat on the grill at 12 noon on march 13.
Is it just me?