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Old 04-10-2014, 12:01 PM   #31
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yes that was plan, mix them in unlit coal and the hot coals on top

will know in few days when off work
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Old 04-10-2014, 01:02 PM   #32
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I got a bag of Jack Daniels barrel Chunk, not chips at the local store. I got them as I could smell the Whiskey on them 3 aisle away and I had to try them as I never seen them in chunk form.

Pretty good, but to me smoke is smoke, I cant tell the difference, lol.
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i know the 2 pork butts did last year for a family party, the jack d one was real popular as left much nicer taste and also gave nice dark/pink colour to it

also it smelt nicer comming out the chimney as well
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i know the 2 pork butts did last year for a family party, the jack d one was real popular as left much nicer taste and also gave nice dark/pink colour to it

also it smelt nicer comming out the chimney as well
It's also excellent for beef. Especially a standing rib roast.
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It's also excellent for beef. Especially a standing rib roast.
I like it for laying the pig down roast too! Don't soak them, they get wet on their own.
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I got a bag of Jack Daniels barrel Chunk, not chips at the local store. I got them as I could smell the Whiskey on them 3 aisle away and I had to try them as I never seen them in chunk form.

Pretty good, but to me smoke is smoke, I cant tell the difference, lol.

By tasting...me neither.

Lately I've also been buying JD's woodchips for the WGA (cause the hickory was out)...I really like the smell of the chips.
It really smells good like the distillery.

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Old 04-10-2014, 02:37 PM   #37
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well thats it, maybe its the lovely smell you get around the bbq that makes it worth it

i have mesquite and apple wood and dont get much off it.

the jack d seemed give best. buy like lot stuff could all eb in my head

i do know if i throw some skirting board timber in the flavour be ****e

so i might chop up some of the staves and see if they dry out some more before burning
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Old 04-10-2014, 02:42 PM   #38
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must try beef,

in fact my try some fo the fresh deer an phesant have at home hmmmmmmm

the jack D venison/pork mix burgers made few weeks back went down a treat.

in fact were so nicely smoked people taught the were burnt on top and bottom and raw in middle as the was a lovely pink layed all way through
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