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Old 09-09-2011, 02:54 PM   #1
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Default Labor Day Wings, Butt & Ribs...

Had a bit of a MeatFest on Labor Day, I hope you all enjoyed yours as well






Each Kettle had a family pack of wings on it..





A really nice 3 lb Butt was on the Sm BGE





And 2 racks of spares on one of the Lg BGE's (1 John Henry Pecan/1 SM Sweet & Spicy)

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Old 09-09-2011, 02:58 PM   #2
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Good lookin grub. Were the ribs on for the same amount of time when the pic was taken?
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Were the ribs on for the same amount of time when the pic was taken?
Yes, they were.
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I like the line up grills!! Impressive
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Fark! Jealous! We both had some kind of stomach virus that weekend.
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Yes, they were.
Very interesting how they cooked differently. You would almost think the one on the right was on for an hour or more longer.
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I noticed that too. One has like 1 1/2 '' worth of extension, while the other you barely can see the bone.
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We both had some kind of stomach virus that weekend.
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Very interesting how they cooked differently. You would almost think the one on the right was on for an hour or more longer.
Perhaps a fat content difference, I doubt the different rubs would make that much difference.

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Your graphics have definitely jumped the shark...
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