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Old 11-02-2009, 03:05 PM   #3
CROSSCZEK
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Originally Posted by volkanator View Post
So I wanted to run this by you folks...

Is it me or does leftover BBQ that has been reheated seem way smokier then when you first took it off the grill?
I think it's because you kind of get saturated in smoke while smoking. By the time you go back and reheat some Q, you've had a chance to clear your senses, and your tasting what everybody else tasted the day of.

That's my opinion anyway, worth price charged.

-scott
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