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Old 11-18-2012, 07:28 PM   #1
sparky'
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Join Date: 04-30-11
Location: northern california
Default snacky poo's in the Pit Barrel Cooker

2nd cook. and away we go.
foil for clean up. way smart.

fired up. have to wait 20 minutes. might as well have a FT.

ribs and sausage.

hang time. everyone in the pool.

i'mloving my Pit Barrel Cooker. so easy to use and no icky drum smoke taste.

ribs looking good.

sausage off. hot dogs on? what, i'm hungry.



yummy. didn't have hot dog buns. bread will do. bread, dog, kraut. shirachi on one and mustard on the other one.

i don't know how the ribs were because while i was in the shower my son came home from work for lunch. he took my ribs off the PBC and left. no kool at all. coal in his stocking for xmas. i'm loving the Pit Barrel Cooker. great product.
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