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Unread 04-27-2007, 01:08 PM   #19
somebody shut me the fark up.
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If you can get 225*, go for it!!

I have a hard time keeping below 250* in my kettle, so thats why I suggested the higher amounts.

You will need to add a couple "lit" coals during the cook no mater what to maintain your temp range.

Pyrex probe thermometers are $15 at Meijer.

Sometimes people will even run hot water in their cooler, to "pre warm" it, but this shouldn't be necessary. The point is to just bring down the temps slowly. I leave the probe in there, and keep the thermometer on the top of the cooler. When I see 160-165*, I know its cool enough to slice without burning my fingers!!

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