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Unread 07-23-2013, 04:30 AM   #15
jonmhenderson
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I've seen pics where, due to ash buildup, it looks like Keith Allen's shoulders are 12 inches or less from the coals. Also, my fav bbq joint in Texas, Cooper's in Llano cooks directly over coals. Google some pics of their pits. I have a smaller version (less length). I believe they cook at 20 inches. You can do an awesome pork shoulder on a Weber kettle just by putting just a few coals under at a time. I've done it, and you will definitely get that authentic fat dripping on the coals old time bbq flavor.
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