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Old 07-20-2013, 12:36 AM   #16
Hawg Father of Seoul
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Join Date: 09-14-10
Location: Rogers, AR

Bank your coals on one side. Put the lid vent over the coals. Place small piece away from the fire, big piece close to fire. Foil rolled up to finish, thin on top.
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Old 07-20-2013, 12:50 AM   #17
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Join Date: 02-19-13
Location: West Covina CA

I had the coals arranged in the snake method. Meat indirect. Thickest part of the meat was closest to the coals.
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Old 07-21-2013, 05:44 AM   #18
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Join Date: 04-13-11
Location: Auckland New Zealand

Boil them with a few cloves and bayleaves... skin em then put them in a tapering bowl and press them compact with a plate and a few cans of food. Tip over some of the juice and let them sit overnoght on the fridge. Next day slice em up and serve with salad... doggam awesome tucker.

And over in N.Z. they are not cheap... they have gotten expensive since all immigrants moved in and started eating them...

Muzza in Perth with the under arm bowlers..
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Old 07-21-2013, 09:29 AM   #19
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Join Date: 02-15-08
Location: Harrisburg, PA

Stepped in a little late.... however here's a few threads on that subject.

A one stop research point of information.

The resulting cook after the research...
Custom Klose Backyard Chef... of Snot, and a 22.5 WSM

Former smokers;
Lang 84 Deluxe kitchen, Lang 60 Mobile - The Damsel II, Lang 48 Patio - The Damsel, Bubba Keg Grill - RIP, Double Barrel Smoker and a BSKD
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Old 07-23-2013, 08:21 PM   #20
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Join Date: 02-29-12
Location: San Berdoo, CA

La lengua looked good to me...nice smoke ring also.

I smoked one for 6 hours or so in my wsm @ 250.
SSV3 posted the link. keep cooking. my wife will on eat lengua if its smoked.
Primo Grill Oval XL,Weber Summit Charcoal Grill, Pellet Grill and lots of different size Webers
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beef, Beef Tongue, tongue

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