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Old 10-08-2017, 08:23 PM   #1
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After almost 5 months, my offset was delivered this week. In addition to the standard features I ordered the following options:

12" folding stainless steel shelf
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I seasoned it yesterday and cooked a brisket on it today. It held temps easily and had no problems handling a swirling wind.
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Old 10-08-2017, 08:35 PM   #2
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When I try to load 5 or 6 pics at a time it says I'm missing a security token. Additionally, the last couple I've tried to post are rotating sideways. It's been a long day since I started the cook early this morning so I will revisit this tomorrow. Thanks
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She’s a real looker. Congrats on the new rig. Love the the thin blue smoke already flowing from the stack
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Very nice, congrats.
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Congrats! Welcome to the LSG crew!
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Welcome to the family all the way around.
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That is a great looking machine- very nice size.

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Beautiful! Makes me miss my old Texas Smokemaster. I bet she cooks like a dream.

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I bet she cooks like a dream.
It is surprisingly easy to cook on. The wind was a bit gusty and swirling and the draft was just steady all day. I'd add a split about every 50 minutes or so and the temps would only fluctuate a few degrees. There is also plenty of room to leave a split on the side of the fire to preheat it. That really helped too. I cooked a 15 pound prime brisket trimmed down to 11 pounds in just 7 hours at 275° with internal temps probing between 200°-210° with a great texture. No wrapping and no water used. I wanted to keep my first one simple. Kosher salt and pepper rub. (sorry for sideways pic)
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Beautiful 1/2" thick laser cut coal grate and 1/4" ash pan.
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Convenient grill made with 1/4" steel runs about 100° hotter than the cook chamber based on IR thermometer readings.
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Very Well Done... Congrats - you're going to enjoy that for many years.

The stainless logo is a nice touch. I've been tempted to remove the vinyl logo for a while but never got around to it. The spring handle on the stack is a nice touch too.
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