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Unread 04-07-2013, 02:26 PM   #16
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Sure looks very good from here. Did you get much smoke penetration through the skin?
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Unread 04-07-2013, 02:35 PM   #17
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awesome! always wanted to try ,darn WSM's...
That pig almost looked small enough to fit in a WSM, no?
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Wow, excellent first pig! Looks like you nailed it!
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Looks like y'all nailed it! And that's a big beer, could make a vertical warming box out of it!
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Great looking outcome mate , well done
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Very nice!
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Thanks for the kudos! The smoke penetration was actually very good. I anticipated it would be harder to get a good smoke flavor so I laid it on THICK for the first 4 hours with cherry. I think smoke filed the chest cavity where he was laid out racer style and got in the meat pretty well.

I doubt you would be able to get that pig in a WSM. I had him in diagonally and he was about as big as I would feel comfortable with in my Lang. I would really have my concerns about circulation and it cooking right in anything smaller.
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Looks like y'all nailed it! And that's a big beer, could make a vertical warming box out of it!

LoL, it's only an 8oz can. I've got baby hands I swear!
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What a great cook!
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Looks good. What size is your Lang? The 35 pounder took up all the space.
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Looks good. What size is your Lang? The 35 pounder took up all the space.
It's just a 36. He could have been closer to 40lbs, my brother went and picked it up for me and didn't know the exact weight. You're right though, there wasn't much room left, LoL. I did manage to throw 4 hot dogs, 4 chicken breasts, and about 8-10 drumsticks on there as well though!
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Wow nice cook!!!!
Is it odd that i find the pic of the pig looking out of the smoker a little creepy?
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Nice job
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Nicely done brotha
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Nice, i just added that to my list for this spring!
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