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Unread 02-03-2013, 05:35 PM   #1
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Talking Superbowl Sunday cook pr0n

Spent the day giving the WSM a workout...started with pit beef for lunch. bottom round, S&P, cooked over RO lump and pecan at ~325° to IT of 120, reverse sear, sliced thin. Not bad, but a little tough.
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Made a batch of beer bread (thanks jeanie!):
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for dinner, stuffed peppers--stuffed with a mixture of ground venison and ground lamb (~2:1)--seasoned with garlic salt and some dehydrated onion, wrapped in bacon, and cooked over RO lump with cherry at ~250° until the stuffing was ~145°
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Also did a stuffed cabbage--stuffed with a mix of rice, black beans, and chopped onion(thanks to landarc on that one). Cooked with the peppers...wasn't finished when the theywere done, so we'll be eating that later this week.
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grabbed some rhubarb from the freezer and made a strawberry-rhubarb crumble for dessert (my 5 year old was awfully excited--he's fond of grabbing a stalk from the yard, and having himself a snack in the summer)
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time for a beer
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Unread 02-03-2013, 05:38 PM   #2
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Nice!!
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Nice spread!
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That looks good, can you save me some?
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That looks good, can you save me some?
looks like you've got a bit of drive...not sure there'll be any left by the time you get here
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Go Matt GO!!!! Looks great man!
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Ill be over for left overs
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Is the WSM ok to use lump in now? I read that you werent supposed to use lump in the WSM. If that has changed, I will be using lump!

Good looking cook!
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I've used lump in mine many times over the years.
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Cheeeeee-----it!!!

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Nice work man!
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Is the WSM ok to use lump in now? I read that you werent supposed to use lump in the WSM. If that has changed, I will be using lump!

Good looking cook!
I've only ever used lump in mine. why was it not ok to use lump?
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That all looks good!
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I've only ever used lump in mine. why was it not ok to use lump?
This came up last year. Someone had posted that the WSM manual said not to use lump. I checked my old manual front to back and found no such reference. Turns out this warning was only in non-US WSM manuals.
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