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Old 07-11-2019, 11:37 AM   #16
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You definitely need to visit and hit up Burnco, Macs bbq and Buffalo Bbq(Donny Teel). Then hit up the Hasty Bake store.
Yeah, I know. I will at some point.
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Old 07-11-2019, 11:53 AM   #17
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Very nice Awesome looking Briskets made me hungry
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Enjoyed the vid, you better hurry up and marry Mama Maniac, before someone runs off with her



Are you running tuning plates in the LSG ? If so, what do ya think about em ?
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Great video. I watched it yesterday. I need to try the butcher paper because I've always cooked my briskets naked and would like to see the difference myself.

If you go to Tulsa, I second the Burnco and Hasty Bake store recommendation. You can buy a Hasty Bake and do some cooks on it.
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Are you running tuning plates in the LSG ? If so, what do ya think about em ?
LOL. Yeah, she's a keeper for sure.

I am running tuning plates. They are fine. No complaints. When I first got them, the side opposite was about 20 degrees hotter than the firebox side. I tweaked them a little and now it's probably 10-15 degrees hotter on the firebox side next to the warmer. I feel certain I could get it pretty close to dead even if I wanted but I don't really care enough to relearn the pit again.
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Great video. I watched it yesterday. I need to try the butcher paper because I've always cooked my briskets naked and would like to see the difference myself.

If you go to Tulsa, I second the Burnco and Hasty Bake store recommendation. You can buy a Hasty Bake and do some cooks on it.
Thanks for the suggestion. I want to check out the HB headquarters when I get there. Just don't know when that will be.
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