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Unread 01-30-2013, 12:14 PM   #31
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I'd read about the onion trick to attract people to BBQ stands, but didn't believe it. Then once on a camping trip, we'd had the smoker going for a couple days with seemingly no notice from the other folks at the campground. On the third day, I remembered the onion thing so I cut one in half and tossed it in the coals. You'd have thought we were handing out free money, people were stopping by every few minutes to see what we were cooking. The whole campground smelled incredible.
By the way, you have a beautiful dog. You may want to check with your vet before giving her any more rib bones.
You know what I'm talking about then. You all need to try it!

Coco says thanks! Our vet, at least, is fine with letting her have the harder ones that she can't break or splinter. Chicken bones, a no no. Plus, she's teething, so it was a good way for her to ease the teething sensation. On that note, vet does recommend that you take the bone away after they are done with it. As they dry, they can splinter and cause problems. She likes carrots too.
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You know what I'm talking about then. You all need to try it!

Coco says thanks! Our vet, at least, is fine with letting her have the harder ones that she can't break or splinter. Chicken bones, a no no. Plus, she's teething, so it was a good way for her to ease the teething sensation. On that note, vet does recommend that you take the bone away after they are done with it. As they dry, they can splinter and cause problems. She likes carrots too.
Cool, didn't mean to sound like a busybody, we just a Springer Spaniel get really sick when I was a kid and found out it was because of splintering bones. Glad to hear you talked to your vet about it!
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Unread 01-30-2013, 03:22 PM   #33
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Nice groceries, BobbyB. Love the pooch!
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Pron, play by play, and comments to follow!
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Can't believe nobody picked up on the HOLE in the fryer breast. The fireworks are hiding the PBC and the horseshoe handle!!! The landstrip on the breast is from hitting the rod when I was pulling the bird out!
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Just an observation here. I have two dogs, and it seems like most BBQ men and women have dogs.
We don't have a dog. We have a cat and he does not deign to be photographed with our food. But our sons both have dogs and they are both welcome at our place any time.

The boys won't let us give them cooked bones due to the risk. I give them pigs ears instead. The dogs like them and it keeps the pigs ears out of McRib sandwiches.
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The "hooks!" BTW, I really liked the rubs. Very robust!

I just could NOT do lighter fluid. Minion will RAWK your PBC too! Trust me. 15 mins and it was good to go after dumping the hot coals.

Hangin meat. There IS something to it! Rebar is also coated. Cleaned up with the wipe of a rag.

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Ribs with half arse foil job and 5 hot links......the other one made its way to the Hot Dog TD!

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Bob, when it come to the hot links did you have any issues with the juices running out from the hook puncture?
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Bob, when it come to the hot links did you have any issues with the juices running out from the hook puncture?
Only when I put the link on the bun and the juices ran down my hand and arm and stained my pants! Hot links are fairly dry (these were). If I did something like a brat etc, I'd try to hang em between the links. I was experimenting. I like more char on my weiner! LOL! Next time, I'd use the grate and grill/high heat em for a bit more char.
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With this cooker,do you lift out the fire basket to load it?
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With this cooker,do you lift out the fire basket to load it?
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Loaded, Lit, outside and then dropped in the cooker. Never had to refuel for this cook.
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How long were the beef ribs in for?

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This Pron has made me feel dirty and/or inspired. Thanks for posting
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BTW, I used a texas torch to light mine.. jsut went over the top row of coals for about 45 seconds and then let them do their thing. I couldnt do the lighter fluid thing either.
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I just may have to make one of those PBC's.
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