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Old 01-03-2018, 05:48 PM   #16
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That's an excellent point. I was considering it grilling in my ratio. If a reverse sear is counted at smoking my ratio dramatically changes.
If you do recalculate don't forget to carry the 1!
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Old 01-03-2018, 05:56 PM   #17
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Old 01-03-2018, 05:59 PM   #18
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Adam Perry Lang doesn't differentiate grilling vs bbq and i agree. This guy can cook and he doesnt put false restrictions on how he cooks and neither should we.
I had to Google him as the kids say. I would not disagree with him while he is brandishing what appears to be his weapon of choice.
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Old 01-03-2018, 07:02 PM   #19
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About 50/50 depending on the weather. When it's single digits or less outside, the grilling wins.
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Old 01-03-2018, 07:27 PM   #20
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I probably grill more often. But spend more hours smoking. Not sure how to put a percentage to that so I will say 50/50. Usually smoking is larger cuts of meat and it's just me and the wife usually. Otherwise it wouldn't be close, mostly smoking.
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I grill a dinner meat (chicken breasts, lean pork, fish, or occasionally lean beef) every night on my BGE. I get my Stumps smoker out about every three weeks and do a two day multiple meat (usually 2 packer briskets, 12 racks of ribs, and 4 whole pork butts) massive smoke session to feed family, local friends, and employees.

Not smoking too often keeps it a special treat for those on the receiving end.
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I would say 80% smoke and 20% grill.

And like another said 110% beer. I usually don’t fire up the grill without a beer/coozie in hand. It just doesn’t seem right
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75 grill 25 smoke. Only because of time constraints and the darn work gig that keeps getting in the way. Hope to reverse it soon.
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I would say 80% smoke and 20% grill.

And like another said 110% beer. I usually don’t fire up the grill without a beer/coozie in hand. It just doesn’t seem right
I'm more of a 50% beer 50% bourbon guy
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95% smoking. If it’s something I can grill then it’s something I can use a griddle for.
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So, I don't own an electric or gas grill. Only charcoal smoker, grill, and pellet grill. Since I cook with smoke all of the time, I BBQ 100%
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Grilling, bbq, indirect, direct, long cooks and short.



When discussing what is bbq (or anything) its best not to speak in absolutes. All you do is paint yourself into a corner. Why limit yourself?



Adam Perry Lang doesn't differentiate grilling vs bbq and i agree. This guy can cook and he doesnt put false restrictions on how he cooks and neither should we.



So i guess what i am saying is that grilling is another toolset under the umbrella of bbq. I love bbq. Direct, indirect, long cooks and short.



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Now that’s something a Northerner will say. Barbecue is low and slow. No other way around it. Maybe Adam needs to know the difference, celebrity status or not.
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Now that’s something a Northerner will say. Barbecue is low and slow. No other way around it. Maybe Adam needs to know the difference, celebrity status or not.
A northerner, also south america, India, korea....ect ect

Southern bbq, texas bbq, carolina bbq hawiian bbq....ect ect

Canadians even have bbq

Dont be so narrow minded, not all bbq is as you know it
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I'm with Ninja cause he knows his chit and I like the avatar
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