Originally Posted by Pitmaster T
Thanks, and I hope you make it through. You are exactly the type who I am targeting with this video (The 67 percent that can't stand my other crap).
It has my 4 and 7 year old doing all the prep-work except the fire stuff. They even place the meat on the hook. I hope you enjoy it as much as my kids had making it.
Part one will be basically just about the Cooker; what comes with it, how to put it together, comparisons of it against the UDS and how to make adjustments.
Part Two will be the dressing up the meat, SPARE RIBS.... placing it on the smoker and the reveal with one rib purposely left on to see how long, if at all, it would take to fall into the fire. The timelines are vastly different from what the manufacturer suggests (at least here at sea level) but I make sure and point out is ULTIMATELY IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE PITMASTER to watch and know his meat.... especially after cooking on it a few times.
Are you saying that it will be coherent and not butcher good music? The newspaper articles you have posted prove that you can write well.
Two Weber daisy wheel kettles A: 1979 P: 1993, and an unused ECB