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Old 06-06-2007, 09:11 PM   #8
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I usually remove the first couple of layers of husk. Then soak in water for 30min or so. Then load em up in the cooker. Let em sit for a few hours rotating as necessary to keep em from burning. I like doin em direct of medium heat as well on the kettle. I used to spend alot time pullin back the husk de-silking them rubbin em with butter. to much work for me. i usually heat up a cheap tub of butter and have all the seasonin out on the table. ill pull em out and dehusk and silk them for everyone. wearing gloves

Home made 5' reverse flow smoker
WSM 18.5
WSM 22.5
Weber Kettle 22 1/2" silver series
Weber Copper Smokey Joe Gold 14.5"
GPS trackable RED super fast thermopen

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