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Old 05-18-2015, 08:50 AM   #76
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Welcome to the club! I'm sure you will be very happy with the PBC.The videos on their website should be very helpful. Looking forward to seeing pictures of your first cook!
Doing some rebar cooking this weekend Bob...i could make and post videos to if it helps the PB cause.
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Old 05-18-2015, 09:37 AM   #77
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I ordered a a new PBC last week, I should have it in 3-4 days. I'm new to the hobby, so I'm lurking here to come up w/ ideas from experienced folks.
Welcome to the forum and to the PBC community!

Like Bob, I'm looking forward to seeing your future cooks...
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Doing some rebar cooking this weekend Bob...i could make and post videos to if it helps the PB cause.
Ummm ... no. Didn't we go over this already?
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Old 05-18-2015, 09:57 AM   #79
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Ummm ... no. Didn't we go over this already?
Well ..Bob poked at me and I HAD to poke back
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I got my new PBC in Friday, but have not had a chance to cook yet. She is purdy and I can't wait to do some ribs and briset.
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Welcome to the forums and to PBC cookin! You'll get lots of information here in the forums if you are new to smokin and/or grillin. And if you are already a pro we look forward to your advice too

Post some pics of your first cook on that bad boy (or girl depending on how you named it )
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Well ..Bob poked at me and I HAD to poke back
No more poking. I promise.
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Welcome to the forums and to PBC cookin! You'll get lots of information here in the forums if you are new to smokin and/or grillin. And if you are already a pro we look forward to your advice too

Post some pics of your first cook on that bad boy (or girl depending on how you named it )
Been cooking for years, but needed a new medium size smoker. Y'all convinced me to try the PBC. Looking forward to using it.. A lot
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Folks may also want to know that you can also grill a mean steak on the PBC:

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Old 05-19-2015, 09:10 PM   #85
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Folks may also want to know that you can also grill a mean steak on the PBC:

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FWIW Bob if you get a 55 gallon and make a Big Poppa...what he shows is like reverse indirect on the BP which is the like taking the grate to the upper u bolts...raise the basket up and then it's past stupid hot direct grilling.

Too bad ya gotta use that much charcoal in that but at least you can grill.

Your idea of raising bringing your charcoal basket up will be much much more efficient and better than what the video shows.
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You are correct Bob. You can also grill a mean anything that you want on the PBC. The PBC kicks ass and takes names. Plain and simple.
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You are correct Bob. You can also grill a mean anything that you want on the PBC. The PBC kicks ass and takes names. Plain and simple.
Bob's original idea of moving the charcoal basket to grate level and using another grate sitting on the rebar will be way better and use less fuel...besides it'll be up at a better height for regular grilling. Good job Bob..
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That was a great looking steak! I personally like to reverse sear steak, but that could easily be done on the PBC as well. I think the videos by the PBC company and the ones by other people, like the one you attached, just show the versitility of the cooker. If you have an extra grate it would probably sear easier setting it up like you did Bob, but if you don't the video shows grilling can definitely be done.
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Old 05-19-2015, 09:46 PM   #89
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If you have an extra grate it would probably sear easier setting it up like you did Bob, but if you don't the video shows grilling can definitely be done.
You're exactly right Andrew. Not that i matters but a standard UDS can do the identical same thing but it's just not as effective as it should be or as efficient as a regular grill like a kettle.

Anyone can do what i did to hang meat..I took a cooking grate ( I got a cheapie from Meijer) and cut out the bars except for the ones by the handle and hung rebar from handle side to handle side....the 22.5 I can do 3 rebars exactly like Chicken in a Barrel in Hawaii does. Point being these barrel cookers can be made to do everything but it's just some (as an example) like the BP can grill better. ( or like Bob's setup) Just what i like about the BP is because it's a bigger drum the outer is bigger for indirect cooking.
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You're exactly right Andrew. Not that i matters but a standard UDS can do the identical same thing but it's just not as effective as it should be or as efficient as a regular grill like a kettle.

Anyone can do what i did to hang meat..I took a cooking grate ( I got a cheapie from Meijer) and cut out the bars except for the ones by the handle and hung rebar from handle side to handle side....the 22.5 I can do 3 rebars exactly like Chicken in a Barrel in Hawaii does. Point being these barrel cookers can be made to do everything but it's just some (as an example) like the BP can grill better. ( or like Bob's setup) Just what i like about the BP is because it's a bigger drum the outer is bigger for indirect cookng.
I really like the size of the PBC for my needs. If I wanted a 55 gallon size I would probably just go with Big Poppa like you did. Mainly because of the intake slides and because I don't wanna make everything.
That's a big reason for my PBC purchase, it works and I didn't have to "work" to get it. And again, I like the size. I was looking at possibly getting an 18.5 wsm before I got the PBC. I just like that size. Who knows about the future!
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