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Unread 01-02-2013, 03:41 PM   #16
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my weber kettle.
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Favorite as of now- Pit Barrel.

One I absolutely could not live with out- My dad's old 22" Weber Kettle. It does it all and has about 20 years worth of seasoning!
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My Oklahoma Joe........
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I would have to say my Pitmaker Safe.
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Very tough one, but I would have to go with the 22.5" Weber Kettle. I can't think of ANYTHING I CAN'T do on one.
This may be silly but how wud you smoke a full packer brisket on that. I think it's too small for indirect. Perhaps I'm wrong would love to know.

Btw I love my 22.5 performer myself.


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The stick burner for low and slow ~ the Performer for everything else.
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The big green egg!!
Smoke, grill and bake. Moist cooking environment, excellent fuel efficiency, and stability of temperature control.
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They all have a place where they excel for different cooks so in that respect I don't have a Favorite but If I could have but 1 It would have to be my Weber Kettle
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my kettle. and yes, I can and do smoke packer briskets on it. Just fine.
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In order of my own, for Grilling I really like my Chargriller, next would be my Weber 22.5 Kettle. For smoking it would be the BGE.
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If I could keep only one, my Performer.

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Fec 100
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PG 500 for shorter cooks--hands down.
FEC 100 for the longer or higher volume ones.

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My reverse flow stick burner. Fun to use and produces my best results.
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I would have to say my Makgrill 4 star. It just came out and there is not one thing that it can not do.
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