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Unread 11-03-2004, 11:38 AM   #16
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Naw, ...... the cord is relativley thin. I keep the temp on low cause it can get very warm in there. Only down side is if those wanting to eat the skin on a bird, the skin will not be crispy. Those I`ll heat up on my grill.
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Unread 06-03-2009, 02:07 PM   #17
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I'm thinking of making some sort of sleeve/box that I can put the meat in, out of reflectix w/ a velcro closure for the open end so I can just slide the foiled goods into it and retain all the heat. Which I would then place in a cooler. Thoughts? Might need to make it a bit large to allow the juices some room to roam I guess.
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We just picked up a Cambro for this purpose.
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we double wrap in heavy duty saran wrap, than foil, than towel, no juices running all over the place, and than in the cambro
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Thanks for asking this question, TSDM, I am smoking a brisket this weekend and was wondering why people do this...
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Kinda like deja vu all over again,

Another good reason I use the towel(s) is to help get the brisket or butt back out of the cooler without tipping it around and about, losing those special juices.
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Kinda like deja vu all over again,

Another good reason I use the towel(s) is to help get the brisket or butt back out of the cooler without tipping it around and about, losing those special juices.
I put a layer of towels in the cooler. Then a large foil pan. Put the foiled meat in the foil pan and cover with another towel.
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I use newspapers, they get a little damp from the steam. I need to saran wrap.
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