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Old 07-13-2015, 07:25 PM   #23
is one Smokin' Farker

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Join Date: 05-18-15
Location: Chicago

I don't think I can recommend it, but I did all my early low and slows on an 18.5 Weber kettle, except for when I borrowed my friend's 22.5 kettle for a 20 lb. fresh ham smoke. Talk about learning how to keep a fire going!

The first time I hit a stall (no idea what it was when it was happening) might have been the most frustrating thing I've experienced as a cook, except for that ex girlfriend who didn't like steak...

So yeah, it's less about the tools and more about the craftsman and experience with most BBQ. I don't really have a specific cooker to look at, but you'll figure that out. That's part of the fun, because...

the #1 point of BBQ/Grilling is to have fun.
Primo Jr., Weber 22.5 OTG w/Rotisserie & Vortex, DigiQ DX2, Thermapen, KCBS
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