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Old 05-15-2015, 02:04 PM   #46
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Good job brother Bob...the UDS community would be proud!

It's nice having versatile cookers which is why anytime i make or by a cooker it's designed to smoke grill and sear.... and recently the last year added the hanging capacity on 2 of them.
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Old 05-15-2015, 02:17 PM   #47
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Good job brother Bob...the UDS community would be proud!

It's nice having versatile cookers which is why anytime i make or by a cooker it's designed to smoke grill and sear.... and recently the last year added the hanging capacity on 2 of them.
Noah actually markets the PBC as a versatile cooker. From hangin, to smoking on the grill grates, all kinds of meats, searing and grilling and even cooking pizzas.
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Old 05-15-2015, 02:33 PM   #48
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Noah actually markets the PBC as a versatile cooker. From hangin, to smoking on the grill grates, all kinds of meats, searing and grilling and even cooking pizzas.
Marketing is one thing but it's no jimmy! Lol

The PB really isn't designed to do all those things well but no reason you can't make improvements. WSM owners make all kinds of mods to their cookers.

Thoey for an example has done some good ones.
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Marketing is one thing but it's no jimmy! Lol

The PB really isn't designed to do all those things well but no reason you can't make improvements. WSM owners make all kinds of mods to their cookers.

Thoey for an example has done some good ones.
Thoey did do some great mods although several of them didn't really change how it cooks.......
I personally don't have a problem modifying certain things to meet your individual needs. I don't think any cooker out there will do ALL. That's not what I meant either when I made the comment. I believe Noah was just showing the different things possible to do for those who just want or can only afford one cooker. I personally believe I can do just about anything on my kettle by being creative just like I can the PBC. Some of the debates people get into on here are funny to me because everyone has different tastes. You tall about your rotisserie cooker and I'm sure it's cooks great. I darn sure know you like it, but another person may just think it's ok. I've said it before and I'll say it again. There's tons of different cookers out there just because of how many different opinions there are about what's just good Q, and what great Q, and what's mind blowing Q.
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Marketing is one thing but it's no jimmy! Lol

The PB really isn't designed to do all those things well but no reason you can't make improvements. WSM owners make all kinds of mods to their cookers.

Thoey for an example has done some good ones.
Correct me if I am wrong, but it appears that you are kind of fond of your Jimmy and think it's a good cooker? Just checking.
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I'm not sure why posters have to come in to an "appreciation" thread for a particular cooker and go negative. There is another thread with all of that on Page 1 of QTalk right now. I don't go into threads about BBQ sauces and preach that dry rub is the way to go. I leave that thread for those who like sauce. But ... it's not _my_ internet, so whatever.
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Correct me if I am wrong, but it appears that you are kind of fond of your Jimmy and think it's a good cooker? Just checking.
Honestly Bob it is a phenomenal cooker (closest version to the PBC) but I haven't used it in months.

It's hard for me to pick a favorite ...even though all versatile they have different purposes plus break up the monotony. BUT if i HAD to choose one even though that would suck it would be the Big Poppa. Dang it would be a tough decision still! The spinner and mini get some serious playing time.
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I'm not sure why posters have to come in to an "appreciation" thread for a particular cooker and go negative. There is another thread with all of that on Page 1 of QTalk right now. I don't go into threads about BBQ sauces and preach that dry rub is the way to go. I leave that thread for those who like sauce. But ... it's not _my_ internet, so whatever.
You're right , this is just some carryover from the other PB thread...guess i got caught up in it.

Now being an honorary jr PB member I promise to try to behave!
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Well it's official! My co-worker has ordered his PBC! Got another one hooked
I'll start working on having him join this forum next.

He's really interested in brisket and baby back ribs. He's been watching all Noah's videos and says he's gonna do exactly as its explained in the videos. I told him once he gets hooked he'll be cooking a lot more than just ribs and brisket. ...lol.

He's a big fan of Rib Crib baby backs so I'm sure he'll be blown away with what he'll be able to put out with the PBC. He's wanting me to try and figure out what's in the rub used on Rib Crib's baby backs, so he's buying some baby backs next week for me to taste....lol. I'm not a big fan of rib crib so does anyone have a clue what their baby backs are rubbed with?
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Any PBC brothers doing some PB cooking this weekend?

Unfortunately, I won't be. But next weekend it'll be 3 racks of full spares. First time to do full untrimmed spares in the PBC.
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I'm glad that you started a appreciation thread for the PBC. It's one of my very favorite smokers on the market today. Simply put, the PBC kicks ass and takes names. Other than Shirley Fabrication, PBC is probably the most deserving smoker of a appreciation thread.
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Any PBC brothers doing some PB cooking this weekend?

Unfortunately, I won't be. But next weekend it'll be 3 racks of full spares. First time to do full untrimmed spares in the PBC.
Busy today but hope to break in the new PBC tomorrow
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Y'all want me to break out the pbj this weekend? ...and that aint peanut butter and jelly! ;)))
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I usually fire mine up every weekend and cook enough to provide meals throughout the week. I will cook tomorrow. I will hang pork spareribs and chicken, ABTs and a chuck steak.

Timing is something you can experiment with on the PBC. You should get a solid 6 to 8 hours from a coal basket. My plan for tomorrow:

- Chicken and ribs on at the beginning of the cook
- Chicken off at two hours, ABTs and chuck steak on
- Ribs off at 3 1/2 to 4 hours, ABTs off at the same time
- Chuck steak stays on until probe tender

Everything will be hung. I may transition the chuck steak to wrapped in butcher paper on the grate once everything else is off.
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