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Unread 11-30-2009, 03:02 PM   #16
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Sorry, still not buying it. Just a good ole cynic, I guess.
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Unread 11-30-2009, 03:02 PM   #17
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I was just going to post some fresh off the press Mom's pron from a hour ago with my new camera but now I'm scared to post them!

Back to square one...I hate you J.

Wonder how long this thread is going to be....
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Unread 11-30-2009, 03:03 PM   #18
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How does the coals stay lit when it is covered with dirt? Do you put pipe or something in for and exhaust stack? Sorry for being such a newb :)

You burn enough hard wood to make a hot bed of coals that are at least a foot deep... The coals cook the meat without air.

After placing a lid on the hole and covering it with dirt, you need to go around and make sure there is no smoke escaping... no air can get into the hole or it will cause flair ups and the meat will burn.

You don't want any air holes at all...
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Unread 11-30-2009, 03:04 PM   #19
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Cool Thanks for the speedy reply..
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Sorry, still not buying it. Just a good ole cynic, I guess.
I'm confused.
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oh man that looks awesome!!!!! great pics and great looking grub!
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as usual, you stun us again. i think i'm gaining weight looking at all yer pics !
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Thanks everybody, it was tasty and a lot of fun.
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Very sturdy cook there Jeanie. The oinker was just beautiful.
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Another awesome job Jeanie, thanks bunches for the pron.
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I'm confused.
It's just that I find it incredibly hard to believe that any one person could possibly cook such glorious meals (often for tens of people) on a daily basis using a campfire, smoker, pig pit, or grill--all the while maintaining a working farm growing the products being cooked. AND taking artistically beautiful photographs of the results? Raising shrimp, too? C'mon.
Probably isn't going to be the most popular response in the forum, but I think someone is playing to the good-natured credulity of the brethren.
Just my thoughts.
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Bravo!
How did you gauge internal temp on the pig?
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It's just that I find it incredibly hard to believe that any one person could possibly cook such glorious meals (often for tens of people) on a daily basis using a campfire, smoker, pig pit, or grill--all the while maintaining a working farm growing the products being cooked. AND taking artistically beautiful photographs of the results? Raising shrimp, too? C'mon.
Probably isn't going to be the most popular response in the forum, but I think someone is playing to the good-natured credulity of the brethren.
Just my thoughts.

I'm have no idea what I have done to offend you but please accept my apology. You have only posted negative comments on all of my posts since you arrived...
I realize you are fairly new to the forum and maybe have not been here long enough to realize that I DO smoke a lot and cook a lot and share the results with the Brethren.

If you haven't noticed, I do not cook on a daily basis. maybe weekly if I'm lucky.
I don't feel the need to explain myself or my lifestyle to you though.
If my posts offend you, please do not open them.
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Bravo!
How did you gauge internal temp on the pig?
I don't keep track on an underground pig. When we dig it up the next day, we take it's temperature to make sure it's ready though.

This is just the way everyone does it around here..nothing new. The biggest pig I've done was 225lbs. This one was between 125 and 130.


Tom and Paul...Thanks! :)
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