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Unread 01-13-2013, 01:33 AM   #1
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Post How To: Indirect on the weber kettle

This is the way I setup my weber kettle for low slow sessions.
I tried to make an animation video on how it works.

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I've been doing that since like 1990 works like a Champ!
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Great video thanks
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Yep! Thats how I do it on my Performer! Awesome results
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Same way I've been doing it... forever. I use 1 Weber charcoal holder.
Did a 4 lb. butt yesterday on my SS Performer in 7 hrs using this method.
Made excellent pulled pork for a buddy of mine.
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I'd say you did an excellent job illustrating your point. Yesterday I was trying to convince a friend who's looking to replace their their old gasser with a charcoal grill to get a Weber kettle. He wasn't confident in his ability and thought charcoal grills were difficult to cook on. Obviously I told him they were a breeze to cook on. Videos like these can really help out people like my friend.




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Nice video!!! Thanks!
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Nice video but nothing new.
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Thanks for sharing, cool video
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I'd say you did an excellent job illustrating your point. Yesterday I was trying to convince a friend who's looking to replace their their old gasser with a charcoal grill to get a Weber kettle. He wasn't confident in his ability and thought charcoal grills were difficult to cook on. Obviously I told him they were a breeze to cook on. Videos like these can really help out people like my friend.
Thanks for your comment. I think that this is what this forum is about and so is this video. Sharing your techniques and recipies.

Hope you can convince your friend!
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Thanks for your comment. I think that this is what this forum is about and so is this video. Sharing your techniques and recipies.

Hope you can convince your friend!
You can lead a horse to water but you can't make him drink

I actually told him he would be better off keeping his old gasser and use it to start his coals in a chimney starter. That's what I do, anyways :-)




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Good info
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very nice ! that will help explain things better for those that don't understand the verbal explanation.
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You can lead a horse to water but you can't make him drink

I actually told him he would be better off keeping his old gasser and use it to start his coals in a chimney starter. That's what I do, anyways :-)




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