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Unread 11-29-2013, 12:27 PM   #16
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Wow, that is a great looking meal and pr0n, great job!
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That looks totally awesome, thanks for sharing!

Hope you'll enter this in the Thanksgiving Throwdown - entry thread is HERE.
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Nice! I should have thought to spatchcock and hang instead of halve and hang. About what temp was your PBC running at and how long did it take? Mine was around 250 at grate level and took about 2hrs. (15lber). I wanted it to be hotter but that's where it settled in.
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Nice! I should have thought to spatchcock and hang instead of halve and hang. About what temp was your PBC running at and how long did it take? Mine was around 250 at grate level and took about 2hrs. (15lber). I wanted it to be hotter but that's where it settled in.
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I was actually debating between spatchcocking or halving and once I prepped the bird (14lber) I knew I can get away with spatchcocking so I did. Going off the lid thermometer, it ran at 275* average as the PBC usually does and starting cooking way too fast (due to being spatchcocked IMO) so I dropped/closed the bottom intake which left a small crack to slow it down.

It ran about 225ish and and an hour before I planned to leave the house I opened up the bottom intake halfway(my set elevation position per PBC protocol). It jumped back up to 275+ with the help of cracking the lid open as well for about 5-7 mins to get the fire going then closing the lid.

So all in all with slowing it down it cooked for 5 hours. If you let it to it's thing as usual, I think spatchcocked it will be done in 3 to 3 1/2 hours for about a 15lber.

I did a whole 12 lber a while back as per Noah's instructions and it took about 4 hrs and temp running at 275 average.
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ssv3, where did you get the v rack? Interested in one for my PBC. Thank you.
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ssv3, where did you get the v rack? Interested in one for my PBC. Thank you.
I have no idea to be honest. From what I recall it came with pan as well but when and where I bought it I can't remember. It was neglected outside for a few years when I came across it and was looking for something to go in there for my sausage smoke.

It's folding legs so it works great as a diffuser stand or support for the grate at the bottom level. I'm sure you can something similar at target, sams or restaurant supply and such.
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